Press Here

3 YEARS on The New York Times bestseller list!
“Irresistible.” –The Wall Street Journal

Press the yellow dot on the cover of this book, follow the instructions within, and embark upon a magical journey! Each page of this surprising book instructs the reader to press the dots, shake the pages, tilt the book, and who knows what will happen next! Children and adults alike will giggle with delight as the dots multiply, change direction, and grow in size! Especially remarkable because the adventure occurs on the flat surface of the simple, printed page, this unique picture book about the power of imagination and interactivity will provide read-aloud fun for all ages!

And don’t forget! Watch colors splatter, mix and transform in Mix It Up!, the highly anticipated follow-up to Press Here.

Nanci Arvizu, Writing and Reviews Editor

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3 Comments

  1. A Wonderful Book! LOL – okay, the wonderful review before mine is so chock full of great information on the book that I don’t know how I can compare. (I think the review is longer than the book!) Truly a great review, so I’ll just move onto reaction to book. 

  2. Book Review: Press Here On the opening page of PRESS HERE, the reader sees a simple yellow dot on a clean white background and the simple words that invite the reader to “Press here and turn the page.” I challenge anyone not to be tempted to “press here”. Once you do “press here” and turn the page the journey has begun. Each page invites the reader, to press, rub, shake, tilt, or blow on the page. Each time, readers are rewarded with some kind of action on the subsequent page. Rubbing the yellow dot may make it…

  3. Shaking and tilting optional When we talk about interactive picture books we’re usually talking about pop-up books or tactile books with fuzzy/bumpy details. When we talk about picture books that break down the fourth wall, we’re usually talking about titles that approach the reader directly with a narrative like or …

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