How did they get the animals cut out so perfectly? Use tracing paper and then copy over to your textured paper. She then bound each copy so that students had their own copies. I am a big supporter of multiple copies of textured times because it is so helpful when you have multiple students that need it.
Remember that when you are making textured books to focus on the main concept of the picture for texture. Look at the blue bird and the teacher pages. The focus of each picture is simple, blue feathers or the eyes of the teacher. No need to go crazy with your textures!
The last page of this accessible version is the part where the book asks the student, "who do you see?" There is a 'mirror' there with a picture of the student.