Press Here by Herve Tullet

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I have wanted to start this series for a while now. I am always looking for books to read with my three-year-old and even for myself but I like to know more about a book before purchasing. It’s also almost impossible to discover every great book on your own and with the holiday season fast approaching, you may be looking for a good book for the little person in your life.

We have been spending a lot of time at the library now that we have one a block away and have been checking out and purchasing lots of great books that I would love to share with you. 

A look in the book: Press Here by Herve Tullet (children's book)

Press Here has been on my radar for a while now. I’ve had it saved on a Pinterest board of books to look at a bit closer and we finally stumbled on a copy at the library about a month ago. We checked it out and Dub immediately fell in love with it. In fact, our whole family thought it was a really fun book!

A Look in the Book: Press Here by Herve Tullet  #reading #books #children

When you open up Press Here you start off your adventure by pressing the yellow dot. After pressing the dot you are asked to complete other tasks on each page like shaking the book.

A Look in the Book: Press Here by Herve Tullet  #reading #books #children

The dots “move” on the pages with each task and it’s so much fun for the little ones and the person reading the book to them. Dub giggles away every time we read this book. He loves to bring this one in the car with him and he shakes, presses, and blows on the pages which keep him occupied for the entire time we’re in the car.

A Look in the Book: Press Here by Herve Tullet  #reading #books #children

After checking it out from the library we loved it so much that I planned on buying a copy for Dub for his birthday in November until two weeks ago when I found a copy in the thrift store. We enjoy this book several times a week and I’m sure your little one will, too. 

I would recommend this book for children about 18 months old and up. Even my fourteen-year-old enjoys this book!

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  1. Thank you! I saw this book when my little guy was too little to appreciate it and foolishly did not yet have a list of “things for when he’s older/gifts”. This is a perfect reminder, now to find it at my library and see if he loves it as much as I do.

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