Auto-Completed Children’s Books (#8) Press Here
Press Here by Hervé Tullet
Ready player one?
Press here to release the hounds.
Great! Now press 1.
Perfect. Rub the belly or good luck.
Well done! And now the end is near.
Fabulous! Five qualities of a good leader.
And five times in a row.
And finally in a sentence.
Perfect. Try shaking your device.
Not bad. But maybe a little bit better?
There. Well done. Now that’s what I call music.
And there was much rejoicing.
Excellent! Shake the dust from your sandals.
Hmmmmm. Interesting. Try pressing master reset button.
That’s funny! Turn the lights down low.
Perfect! Now press hard on this spot to mute tinnitus.
Not bad. Shake them haters off.
Pretty, isn’t it? Try blowing your nose.
Hmmmmm. Maybe that makes me a fool.
Oooops. That might be a little overkill.
There you go! That’s perfect! Now, clap your hands if you believe.
WHOA! Clap twice after sneezing.
Three times a day.
Whoo-hoo! Keep talking and nobody explodes!
More, more more Billy Idol!
Uh-oh, too loud! Quick, press the wps button on your router.
Bravo! Want to delete Facebook?
Previously . . .
Auto-Completed Children’s Books (#1) Goodnight Moon
Auto-Completed Children’s Books (#2) The Very Hungry Caterpillar
Auto-Completed Children’s Books (#3) Moo, Baa, La La La!
Auto-Completed Children’s Books (#4) I Want My Hat Back
Auto-Completed Children’s Books (#5) They All Saw a Cat
Auto-Completed Children’s Books (#6) The Carrot Seed
Auto-Completed Children’s Books (#7) Madeline
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About Travis Jonker
Travis Jonker is an elementary school librarian in Michigan. He writes reviews (and the occasional article or two) for School Library Journal and is a member of the 2014 Caldecott committee. You can email Travis at firstname.lastname@example.org, or follow him on Twitter: @100scopenotes.
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