Sofa Boy (Read Aloud Edition) - Scott J. Langteau & Rion Vernon

Sofa Boy (Read Aloud Edition)

By Scott J. Langteau & Rion Vernon

  • Release Date - Published: 2011-11-28
  • Book Genre: Fiction
  • Author: Scott J. Langteau & Rion Vernon
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4 Score: 4 (From 54 Ratings)

Sofa Boy (Read Aloud Edition) Scott J. Langteau & Rion Vernon read online review & book description:

A young boy discovers that lounging on his favorite sofa playing video games around the clock is not all it's cracked up to be.  His lack of attention to basic hygiene, fresh air and exercise wreaks havoc on his young body, and before long our little lad finds himself a prisoner of his own design (and the fascination of many an on-looker) as he becomes joined at the hip with his increasingly disgusting environment.  

Sofa Boy is a humorous and beautifully illustrated lesson-learned about moderation - a lesson that goes down easily with a warm and hearty chuckle.  

Award-winning book on the subject of video game moderation by respected video game veteran producer Scott J. Langteau.

- Content available in Read Aloud format with professionally recorded narration by the author himself: Scott J. Langteau. 
- Read Aloud includes word highlighting in sync with the voice narration. This serves as spelling and pronunciation aids for little kids
- Text content is searchable

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Posted Reviews

  • Funny -- with a message!

    By GramsLJ
    Ah, the dangers of being a couch potato! This funny story, with colorful and imaginative illustrations, takes the results of inactivity to an extreme. But it is told in a clever and humorous way and is sure to appeal to children of all ages -- and get them off the sofa!
  • Sofa boy

    By Blooofin
    WOW yet again Scott has nailed it. It's funny, it's got a warning, it's about now and today with humor and simple imaginative direction. Love it. have to say though that the art work is so complimentary, just like the Question, which if you don't have you have to buy right now. My six year old loves it, we read them both almost every night. THANK YOU SCOTT

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