Press Here

Written by Hervé Tullet
Press Here
by Hervé Tullet
(Chronicle Books, 2011)

Press here. That's right. Just press the yellow dot, and turn the page. The single touch of a finger sparks a whimsical dance of color and motion in this joyful celebration of the power of imagination.

A New York Times BESTSELLER
A National Indie BESTSELLER
A Publishers Weekly BESTSELLER
An Ala Notable Children's Book NOMINEE
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Publishers Weekly BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR
A Kirkus Review BEST CHILDREN'S BOOK OF THE YEAR

Reviews:

"A tour de force of imagination and playfulness that belongs on every family bookshelf."
—Seattle Times

"An elegantly conceived picture book."
—The New York Times

"Irresistible. . . A cross between a high-concept picture book and an iPhone, only more charming."
—The Wall Street Journal

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