We found this book at the library this week, and it is one of our newest favorites!
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Hervé Tullet’s Press Here is a really fun, interactive book. On the first page, you just see a yellow dot, and you end up pressing dots and other dots appear on the next page.
You shake the book, and all the dots are scattered on the next page. You clap, and the dots get bigger and bigger… Totally a hands-on book – great for 3-5 year olds!
Here’s what Brontë had to say about it:
This was such a fun surprise to find at our library – definitely one we are adding to the Christmas wishlist!
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