Press Here Game by Herve Tullet

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Parents Magazine Best Toys of 2014
Dr. Toy's 10 Best Toys of 2014
2014 Parents' Choice Award - Silver

The magic of the New York Times bestseller Press Here is now available in game form! HervE Tullet has reimagined his groundbreaking book in an entirely new dimension. Players take turns completing color sequences by placing red, blue, and yellow playing pieces on one of twenty-five fabulously designed game boards. What seems like a simple choice is likely to lead to animated discussion as players come to understand the visual logic at the heart of the game. With two levels of play to choose from--so that it's easy enough for a toddler to grasp, but also complex enough to challenge older siblings and adults--this engaging game delivers hours of entertainment for the whole family.

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Reading Level: 3+


"Brilliant game. This is going to be a new classic. Truly a game for all ages; no artistic ability needed but an intuitive visual logic is engaged when you play. Played with my husband today and can't wait to play with my kids at school; I am a K-5th art teacher and thinking of buying a few boxes so we could have "Press Here" art party. Herve Tullet is refreshingy brilliant."


"We love this book, but the game is even more fun. My 3 year old opened the boxed and instantly figured out what to do, without my having to explain anything. She popped out the circles and started filling out patterns (she was matching colors) and insisted I join her. We've started experimenting with different pattern combinations, which is definitely more of a challenge--but I love that it's a game she can grow with. I think working with pattern recognition and logic will be a great preparation for math. I think this would be a hit with young homeschoolers (they can do it on their own while Mom or Dad work with older siblings) or any preK-early elementary classroom."


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