Sunday, November 10, 2013

Don't Push The Button Book Review

Don't Push The Button!

Book Description

Publication Date: November 1, 2013
 Age Level: 4 - 8

There's only one rule in Larry's book: don't push the button.

(Seriously, don't even think about it!)

Even if it does look kind of nice, you must never push the button. Who knows what would happen?

Okay, quick. No one is looking... push the button.

Uh, oh.

My Review:

I think this book is adorable! The way Larry convinces you to push the button while telling you to not push the button is so cute. Then what happens when the button is pushed is so fun. I think this is such a fun book to either read to your child, or to watch your child read. It is very engaging and the illustrations are great. It is a delightfully interactive story that your child will want to read over and over.

I recommend this book to any parent that enjoys reading to their child, or that has a child that loves fun books to read. It is recommended for children form 4 to 8 but I think that even younger children will enjoy this also if it is read to them and they can interact with it. I know that my children loved books like this from a very early age. 


Artist and musician Bill Cotter had the perfect focus group while writing his first picture book: the students at the Church Street school of Music and Art in New York, a nonprofit organization where he teaches.  The kids were introduced to Larry in all his many guises and his many different experiences before he became the cuddly critter and hero of DON’T PUSH THE BUTTON!

Bill Cotter studied Illustration at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA).  Bill now lives in New York City and teaches art and music to children of all ages. When he isn't drawing pictures, Bill loves to play the piano, paint murals, and pop bubble wrap.  Bill's work has been in various publications, including Rolling Stone.

Disclaimer: I received a copy of the ebook for free for reviewing purposes. Regardless, my opinions are all my own and were in no way influenced. I was not required to write a positive review.

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