Press Here Game by Herve Tullet
  

Synopsis

Press Here Game by Herve Tullet

The magic of the New York Times bestseller Press Here is now available in game form! Herve Tullet has reimagined his ground-breaking book in an entirely new dimension. Players take turns completing colour 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.

About the Author

Herve Tullet

Herve Tullet is the creator of over 50 children's books. He was born in Normandy, and later studied Fine Arts and Decorative Arts before working as an Art Director. Herve Tullet loves to provoke surprise when he meets children and the magic also works through his much-awaited books, and he was awarded the Sorcieres Prize 2010. Herve lives in Paris.

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Format

Kit
Contains Cards and Other printed item
25 pages

Author

Herve Tullet
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Author's Website

www.herve-tullet.com/en/acc...

Publisher

Chronicle Books

Publication date

22nd September 2014

ISBN

9781452137360


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