Press Here: Hervé Tullet: 1 (Herve Tullet)
About this deal
I say that in full knowledge of the fact that only a certain privileged segment of the current youthful population has the opportunity to play with interactive electronic toys.
There's a World of books to choose from such as: Children'sBooks, Range includes Baby Books(0-3), Books for Toddlers (3-5), Early Readers (5-7), Childrens Storybooks(7-11), Young Teens (11-14), Young Adults (14-16)and Childrens Educational Books. Ipulled out some of our craft pom-poms in red, yellow, and blue (just like the book) to practice patterns for math.
First off you’ve got these thick cardboard covers, clearly built to withstand some serious blows and shakes. This interactive picture book experience will, I suspect, by very your-mileage-may-vary depending on personality type.
He cheerfully encourages readers to play along, sharing their surprise and delight as the dots morph from page to page. Instructions about what to do with a coloured button, which will make something exciting happen and flow onto the next page. The table is set and your ingredients await: an empty plate, color pens and – most important of all – your imagination!
You need to plop your beautiful self in to a women's shelter, or some place where children don't have the benefit of amazing creativity and freedom to just let their little minds have fun. How many times do you think you have to see two events together to conclude there is a causal link between them?
While on a screen you can turn a "page" with a mere flick of your index finger, here kids get to revel the pleasure of lifting the thick luscious pages themselves. When we talk about interactive picture books we’re usually talking about pop-up books or tactile books with fuzzy/bumpy details.It all starts with a yellow dot and an invitation from an unseen narrator, “Press here and turn the page. They are not board-book pages, but they are a thick, heavy, glossy paper that feels sturdy enough to stand up to toddlers - the target market for this book.