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  • Author:
    Kelly S. DipucchioMacky PamintuanMacky (ILT) Pamintuan Kelly DiPucchio
  • ISBN:
    0060005823
  • ISBN13:
    978-0060005825
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    Harper (2011)
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Kelly DiPucchio is a New York Times bestselling author of several books for children, including Grace for . Alfred Zector book collector. Have you ever seen a boy that loves books and cares about books? Well I am going to talk about it.

She lives in a brick-cozy house in southeastern Michigan with her husband and three children, who aren’t so little anymore.

Alfred Zector, book collector. by. DiPucchio, Kelly S. Publication date. Pamintuan, Macky, illustrator. Alfred so loves books that he spends much of his life collecting every one in his town, and when his collection is complete he sets out to read each tome, while the lives of the townspeople grow dull and dreary.

K. reads aloud: Alfred Zector, Book Collector. Written by Kelly DiPucchio. Illustrated by Macky Pamintuan. What would happen if there were no books in your town? Mrs. K. reads aloud a story about a man who collected all the books for himself. Read along with Mrs. as she reads Alfred Zector, Book Collector. In his warm, weathered house, stuffed in crannies and nooks, were heaps, rows, and stacks of beloved bound books. The only thing that brings Alfred Zector joy is collecting books.

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Kelly DiPucchio (born March 7, 1967) is an American writer of children's books. DiPucchio was born in Warren, Michigan. She attended Michigan State University where she graduated in 1989 in child psychology and development

Kelly DiPucchio (born March 7, 1967) is an American writer of children's books. She attended Michigan State University where she graduated in 1989 in child psychology and development. She currently lives in Detroit, Michigan. Her books have made the New York Times bestseller list. DiPucchio's first published work, Bed Hogs (2004), is about a piglet who is the runt of the litter and has no room to sleep at night.

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Finally, Alfred manages to round up the last book in town and, unsure of what to do, settles into his home to read each .

Finally, Alfred manages to round up the last book in town and, unsure of what to do, settles into his home to read each and every volume. Meanwhile, without books, life becomes dull for the other inhabitants of the town. Pamintuan's bright, shiny, sharp-edged illustrations portray the young boy amid towering stacks and the rolling landscape of his small town as he and his collection grow, while tight, crisp rhymes trace his journey. If the story is both a tad predictable and a bit confusing (why did Alfred collect books if he didn't intend to read them?), the colorful pictures will draw children in, and the sprightly text will hold their attention.


Hudora
LOVE LOVE LOVE this book! Originally checked it out from the library. Loved it so much I bought one for my kids. I can relate to Alfred's love of books and the enjoyment of reading together. My favorite book to read my boys.
Insanity
Alfred Zector had books all over the place. They were crammed in the chair beside him, on the window sill, on top of the mantle, and scattered across the floor. Alfred just LOVED books and best of all, he loved to collect them. While all the other boys were having lots of fun, he felt left out because he was so shy and bookish and the only thing that "brought him joy" was books. Books, books, books, and more books . . . he just had to have them all. He started to collect them and before you know it, he had so many they started to overtake the house.

Alfred smiled as he surveyed his mighty stacks of books. "He thought he'd be happy / after only one more. But that led to two books, / then three books, then four!" Even that wasn't enough and he decided that he needed to have all of them. He was so obsessed by the thought that when he saw the last book in town he even willingly traded his "shiny red bike" for it. Yes, he was that crazy about books. There were no more books in town and his house was POOF bursting at the seams. Alfred should have been happy, but wasn't. What would have to happen to make him happy again!

This zany story of Alfred Zecor, one of the biggest bibliophiles you'll ever want to meet, will resonate with readers everywhere. Anyone, young and old alike, who is wild about books will be able to relate to Alfred. His habit was almost like eating chips . . . he had to have just one more and that was it. For the bibliophile just one more often isn't enough. When we see Alfred we soon understand that sharing books will bring a lot more enjoyment than hoarding them. The brilliant, deep colors of the artwork are very appealing and Alfred's portrait has a slight Harry Potterish look about it. Speaking of magic, if your youngster just can't get enough books, this is one you might want to make room for!
Uttegirazu
Alfred Zector is a lonely boy, and after he finds out the joy to be had from books, he starts collecting them until he owns every book in town! Alfred becomes house bound in a house crammed full of books but little else. After reading all the books he owns, he wonders "what now" and then proceeds to discover the best thing of all about books - that they are meant to be shared.

The illustrations here are vibrant and fun, and the author's rhymes are never forced, making this a book that's fun to read aloud. I like the message here and hope it will encourage young book lovers to share their collections and visit the library, the headquarters of book sharers everywhere! A solid recommend for older preschoolers and early elementary students.
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Alfred Zector book collector

By Kelly Dipucchio

Have you ever seen a boy that loves books and cares about books?
Well I am going to talk about it. The genre of my book is Realistic fiction. The main charter is Alfred Zector. It takes place at Alfred Zectors's house

Guest what. My favorite part is when Alfred Zector tells a little boy that has a book to trade for Alfred Zector bike.

The positive things are that he never forgets books. And that he love books. I will give it 5 STARS. I hope you read this book (ho) and don't forget it's my favorite book. Read it!