Let's Play!

Herve Tullet
AUD $22.99

A wonderful new dot-play adventure from the much-loved internationally bestselling creator of Press Here and Mix it Up!

Hi there, do you want to play?

Join the yellow dot on an adventure of colour and movement, surprise and imagination.

A fantastic companion to Press Here and Mix it Up!

'Tullet's mischievous brilliance turns young readers into willing, laughing collaborators.' The Wall Street Journal

Author bio:

Herve Tullet was born in 1958. After completing his studies in Visual Arts and Fine Arts, he held the position of Artistic Director for ten years (1981-1992). He then worked in communication and advertising. In 1990, he produced his first illustrations for the French press and abroad (Elle, Le Monde, Liberation, Enfants Magazine, etc.) and in 1994 published his first children's book. Since then he's devoted himself to illustrating and painting. A great lover of children's literature, he is father to two young sons and one daughter, who never fail to inspire him.

Category: Picture books
ISBN: 9781760292980
Publisher: A&U Children's
Imprint: A & U Children
Pub Date: April 2016
Page Extent: 60
Format: Hard Cover
Age: 2 - 6
Subject: Picture books

Teachers Reviews

If your very young children have not yet discovered the magic of Hervé Tullet, then they have missed out on the most marvellous reading experience for this age group. This time, Tullet takes the reader and their fingers on an adventure with a yellow dot, following lines, twisting, turning, tip-toeing, making friends with new colours and just having so much fun with their imagination. Like most littlies, getting started is everything so there is no title page, just an invitation to press here and off they go with the author talking directly to the child as though he were the parent.

This is interactivity through imagination – no bells, whistles, electronics, sound effects or other whizbangery, although there is an enchanting introduction to it on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HevJ7H5KQTg). It’s fabulous for getting little ones to follow instructions and talk about what happens when they do. They are in charge of their fingers so they are empowered to follow (or not) consolidating that vital message that reading is fun and can be done by anyone. Even though she is a little old for them now, Miss Just-Turned-5 loved his other books that I gave her – Press Here (http://thebottomshelf.edublogs.org/2014/11/30/press-here/) and Mix It Up (http://thebottomshelf.edublogs.org/2015/02/13/mix-it-up/) and many times I found her re-telling herself the story and marvelling at her magic finger. Time for another little one to discover the thrill so this is going north to Miss Nearly One.

Cannot praise this imaginative, innovative author too highly for his ability to make the written word delight!
Barbara Braxton, Teacher Librarian, NSW