Preorder Let’s Play—the Latest Interactive Children’s Book from Hervé Tullet
It all started with one little yellow dot…
Press Here was published in 2011 and brought interactivity and play to children’s storytime in a whole new way—as Babble.com put it, “We believe in magic after reading this book….This could quite possibly give birth to a whole new genre of kid lit.” Before we knew it, Press Here had been on the bestseller list for four years and had made its way into classrooms, libraries and homes all over the world.
Then Mix It Up was born, which asked readers to use their hands and imaginations to explore and experiment with color.
And now, we are so proud to announce a new member to the Hervé Tullet family! Chronicle Books welcomes Let’s Play into the world on March 29th.
The familiar yellow dot returns to take readers on a spectacular journey of color, motion, shape, and imagination, filled with the artistry and delight typical of the other two in the series. But this time, a new dimension is added to the mix: emotion.
Connecting to both the mind and 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 picture book.
We know you can’t wait to get started, so preorder Let’s Play from a retailer of your choice and we will send you a limited-edition tote bag. Additionally, all other Hervé Tullet products are 30% off with free ground shipping on our website when you use the promo code PLAY at checkout.
We can’t wait to see where it, and your little readers, go next!
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