Your email address will not be published. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Please call your branch, email email@example.com or use the LiveChat feature on our website to schedule a pickup appointment at the Brooklin and Rossland branches. I don’t give out many 5stars, but this book had it all. She insisted I take a turn with the book. BiblioCore: app19 Version 8.33.1 Last updated 2020/09/08 12:21. Indy thought this was fun. "Press Here" is sure to delight children of all ages as well as speak to the inner child in all of us. It's a fun interactive book that she never tires from reading. One of the best books for story time. Read with my husband; we both enjoyed the interactivity, even though we're adults. What about a book that will provide some of the most eager page turns you’ve ever seen? Delightful, simple, and everyone who sees it wants to show it to someone else, to share the magic. "Tomorrow, by the way, tomorrow, come here tomorrow," Pelosi said. I loved the splashy colors against the white background as well as the heavy board quality of the cover. The daughter, who is not only a very cool tween, but a TAG reader of books well-above her age, was seen the other day on the floor of the Library with Hervé Tullet’s Press Here, a rather simple looking pre-school interactive book—at least, that is what I thought when I saw it. Whether three of us adults passing it around--maybe more fun to watch someone else turn the pages and experience it/experiment with it--or a group of 30 entering this--what a joyful group experience. It is a fun and interactive book, great for early readers. Reviewed in the United States on June 14, 2019. But now I’m feeling a bit better and the standard book before bed routine is back, and boy did she pick a great book to return too! Anyone Looking for Interactive Metafictional Picture-Books for Younger Children, Press Here is magical—and a delight for any age. (Interactive Books for Kids, Preschool Imagination Book, Creativity Books), Starred Review. My parents haven’t read me any books in a few days because I’ve been sick, and grumpy and falling asleep in cosy locations like mums lap or in mums bed. Brilliant 'interactive' book for little ones. UPDATE: Recently discovered that the same book is also available as a board book in the Windsor/Essex Libraries. right to the very end." Follow the artist's simple instructions, and suddenly colors appear, mix, splatter, and vanish in a world powered only by the reader's imagination. Definitely one to add to my Want to Buy list. At 2.5 years old, she interacts with the book, rubbing and tapping on the circles to make it change colors or make more circles. (First read January 1, 2012, and a bunch of times after that. Kids begin this adventure by following the printed instructions to press the yellow dot and then turn the page to see what happens. AS an adult I found it cute; as a child of the intended age I suspect I would have argued a bunch about how dumb it was. This is such a cute, interactive book! I was looking specifically for interactive books, and there are other more suitable ones for younger toddlers. This whimsical picture book invites participation and will surely engage toddlers and preschoolers. Follow the directions on each page, turn the page and see what happens next! Jun 30, 2015 - Explore Marsha Vance's board "Press Here Book Activities" on Pinterest. On the next page, voila!—that dot is now red. (Lift the Flap Books, Interactive Books for Kids, Interactive Read Aloud Books), Lets Play! My kids love this book! Reviewed in the United States on December 12, 2017. (Apr. As readers are prompted to press dots, tilt and shake the book, blow on the pages, and clap their hands, … This book demands your interaction and motivates you to turn the page in quite an extraordinary way. Read this one with enthusiasm, rejoicing in the fact that it’s interactive without being electronic. And my two-year old loved it too! Follow the simple instructions by pressing, rubbing, tapping the coloured dots, and shaking and tilting the book. The first time we read it, I was thinking "hmmm...this is a little weird" but then I read it with my 3 year old and he LOVED interacting with the book. I giggled to myself while I read it. Please try again. What will happen? Use your imagination and watch what happens in this interactive book. This book has instructions at the bottom of the page that tell you what to do to the dots. If you have one parent in the family who doesn't enjoy reading to the little ones, firstly, really? You know what kids love? Ha! Here, we start by literally pressing a dot, standing the book up straight, blowing away a colour or clapping our hands. "Press Here" is a book filled with instructions and reactions as the reader follows the instructions. Children will learn many new action words as they interact with the pages, while simultaneously learning about cause … As we become older readers, this engagement, the different perspectives we use to make sense of story have to happen abstractly. It's only a yellow dot but what a dot it is! The interactive element is great for younger kids who have trouble paying attention to a book. Complete Home Comforts : Over 150 delicious comfort-food classics, A Long Stride : The Story of the World's No. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 31, 2020. Having seen me pressing, shaking, and tilting the book, my cat wanted in on the action. Interesting concept. Whether three of us adults passing it around--maybe more fun to watch someone else turn the pages and experience it/experiment with it--or a group of 30 entering this--what a joyful group experience. My three year old loves this and I highly recommend it to all parents. I absolutely LOVED it!