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A substantial percentage of the kindergarten population in the Netherlands lags so far behind in L2 proficiency that they may hardly profit from picture storybook reading promoted as a remedy for vocabulary deficits. The first aim of this study was to test whether young children with limited proficiency in their second language benefit more from repeated readings of a digitized storybook that includes video instead of merely static illustrations. Subjects (N = 106) were randomly assigned to adoi:10.25656/01:4561 fatcat:o2hgrua5jjeebdknqcrmxshysm