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Presiona Aquí

Press Here Spanish Language Edition

By Hervé Tullet

8 1/8 x 8 1/8 in in; 56 pp;
Hardcover
July 2012
ISBN 9781452112879
ISBN10 1452112878

SKU# 9781452112879

$15.99
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Quick Overview

Press Here, the irrepressible New York Times bestseller, is now available in a Spanish language edition. With four starred reviews, a long-running spot as a New York Times bestseller, and appearances on almost every major “Best of Year” list, this remarkable book has won ardent fans everywhere with its simple but irresistible conceit: PRESS HERE on the yellow dot and watch the magic happen!
Presiona Aquí


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Presiona Aquí

Press Here, the irrepressible New York Times bestseller, is now available in a Spanish language edition. With four starred reviews, a long-running spot as a New York Times bestseller, and appearances on almost every major “Best of Year” list, this remarkable book has won ardent fans everywhere with its simple but irresistible conceit: PRESS HERE on the yellow dot and watch the magic happen! Proving that the power of imagination trumps all technology and sophisticated language, this book’s compelling interactivity makes it perfect to read (and play!) in the multilingual home or classroom.

 

More Details

8 1/8 x 8 1/8 in in; 56 pp;
Hardcover
July 2012
ISBN 9781452112879
ISBN10 1452112878
Hervé Tullet has been an art director at various ad agencies, a magazine illustrator, and for the past 15 years, a creator of children’s books. He lives with his wife, sons, and daughter in Paris.

Media Reviews

"A breath of fresh air.”
Kirkus Review, starred review
★ “ Brilliant.”
School Library Journal, starred review
★ “ Magic.”
Publishers Weekly, starred review
★ “The simplicity of Tullet’s presentation illuminates the tactile and kinetic aspect of every picture book (i.e. turning the page) and suddenly makes the old form seem the height of postmodernism.”
The Horn Book, starred review