Press here - Press HereBook - 2011
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multcolib_earlychildhood Jan 27, 2015
As your child presses, shakes, tilts and taps the book, magical things will happen.
multcolib_woodstock Dec 07, 2013
Using no special effects other than the reader's imagination, a series of dots multiplies, grows, or changes color by pressing, tilting, or blowing on the previous page. Try keeping the children away from this book after they start to press the buttons.
multcolib_rockwood Dec 29, 2012
This interactive adventure will have you manipulating the book to get the dots to do all kinds of fun things!
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yellow_rabbit_396 thinks this title is suitable for 3 years and over
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"Press Here" is a awesome book filled with fun instructions for beginner readers to follow and explore. It prompts children to do a lot of interacting with the book like: press, clap, shake , and tilt to send them on an amazing reading journey.
"Press Here" is a book filled with instructions and reactions as the reader follows the instructions. As the book goes on the dots grow in size and change in color. It reminds me of cause and effect. Example: If you shake you will get multiple dots.
"Press Here" is a very simple children's book that allows children to follow instructions as they read through the book and press dots. They are then told to shake the book, tilt it, and clap their hands while they follow along and use their imagination. It is a fun and interactive book, great for early readers.
This book has instructions at the bottom of the page that tell you what to do to the dots. As you do the instructions, the dots grow bigger and there are more of them. It is filled with interactive play that is great for children.
You know what kids love? Being told what to do. Seriously, it’s a thrill for them. Take Press Here. From the title onward children are given specific directions like “press the yellow dot again” and “try shaking the book”. For every action the child takes, the book seems to respond with the turn of a page. Dots flit and fly in all directions. Sometimes child readers turn out the lights. Other times the dots grow huge on the page with every clap of the reader. By the time you’ve reached the end all the book has to say is, “want to do it all over again?” and you can bet that every reader in the room, tall or small, will scream out an appreciative “YES!!!” in response.
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