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Let's Play!

by Hervé Tullet

A brilliant new companion book from the creator of PRESS HERE and MIX IT UP!It's only a yellow dot...but what a dot it is! Readers won't be able to resist this jaunty, adventurous dot, nor its invitation to play along. Thus begins a spectacular ride of color,...

A brilliant new companion book from the creator of PRESS HERE and MIX IT UP!
It's only a yellow dot...but what a dot it is! Readers won't be able to resist this jaunty, adventurous dot, nor its invitation to play along. Thus begins a spectacular ride of color, motion, shape, and imagination, filled with the artistry and delight that we know and love so well from Press Here and Mix It Up! But on this journey, prepare to leap headlong into a completely new dimension: emotion. Connecting not only to the mind but also to the heart, this dot expresses an extraordinary sense of humor, fear, joy, and more as it pushes, lurches, wiggles, and slides its way through—and even off!—the pages of this glorious companion to Press Here and Mix It Up!

Suggested by Mrs. Dey (K4 teacher)
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Hardcover - 68 pages - in En-G - $15.99
ISBN: 1452154775 (ISBN13: 9781452154770)
Published Mar 29, 2016 by Handprint Books / Chronicle Books
First published 2016

why I requested this book

The children love these interactive books! At a young age, children are still learning to understand and control their emotions. This book helps them...

The children love these interactive books! At a young age, children are still learning to understand and control their emotions. This book helps them understand that while playing alone. Herve Tullet's book are a must have in any early childhood classroom and we would love to add this to our library!

the class

I have a class of 20 four year olds from diverse backgrounds. As a school, we are 100% free and reduced lunch. Many of the children do not have books in their...

I have a class of 20 four year olds from diverse backgrounds. As a school, we are 100% free and reduced lunch. Many of the children do not have books in their homes and therefore their only exposure to literature is what I make available in the classroom.

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