Dont Push the Button!

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  • Board Book
  • 24 pages
  • Dont Push the Button!
  • Bill Cotter
  • English
  • 13 September 2018
  • 1492607630

About the Author: Bill Cotter

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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.

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14 thoughts on “Dont Push the Button!

  1. Jon(athan) Nakapalau says:

    Don t push the button Things happen when you dogreat book for children and maybe some of our politicians

  2. Sandra says:

    Update At this point we have read this book many, many, many times Countless times We have read this book so many times I have started to change its words just for fun I say Hi, my name is Robert , and my youngest one yells No He is Larry , because he doesn t read but of course knows every single word in this book There is only one rule Don t pick your nose No Don t push the button I would give this book 5 stars all over againOriginal review How not to push the big, red, tem Update At this point we have read this book many, many, many times Countless times We have read this book so many times I have started to change its words just for fun I say Hi, my name is Robert , and my youngest one yells No He is Larry , because he doesn t read but of course knows every single word in this book There is only one rule Don t pick your nose No Don t push the button I would give this book 5 stars all over againOriginal review How not to push ...

  3. Storywraps says:

    This fun, interactive book stars Larry, the purple monster He is friendly, happy and completely non threatening He is having a meltdown because he has privy to a red button and he knows you are not to push it He agonizes over the fact that that button is off limitsbut oh he wants you to push it sooooooo badly He tempts the reader to just give it a little tap and of course when that happens Larry s world changes His beautiful purple turns him yellow, them gives him spots and then multipli This fun, interactive book stars Larry, the purple monster He is friendly, happy and completely non threatening He is having a meltdown because he has privy to a red button and he knows you are not to push it He agonizes over the fact that that button is off limitsbut oh he wants you to push it sooooooo badly He tempts the reader to just give it a little tap and of course when that happens Larry s world changes His beautiful purple turns him yellow, them gives him spots and then multiplies him Larry gives the reader verbal instructions push button, push it twice, shake the book, scratch his tummy, all in the hope of turning him back to normal again Kids will love this book and the fact that they can interact with this adorable little monster The illustrations are big and vibrant and very expressive Toddlers and pre schoolers will giggle and laugh as they are instructed to work with Larry to change him back The suspense and tension Cotter builds up pushes the narrative for...

  4. Kathryn says:

    Cute and fun in terms of the interactive element but I m glad it was just a library check out and for my home library will gravitate to other titles in the genre that don t encourage doing something you re not supposed to do though there are consequences and it could...

  5. Dani - Perspective of a Writer says:

    Check outPicture book reviews Perspective of a Writer 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 My nephew played with this book the entire week we had it Since I knew his anticipation was building to read it we waited until it was the last book left and boy did that pay off Check outPicture book reviews Perspective of a Writer 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 My nephew played with this book the entire week we had it Since I knew his anticipation was building to read it we waited until it was the last book left and boy did that pay off He had sooooo much fun play , I mean reading, this book We loved how interactive the book was as Larry tempts the reader to give the red button a little tap My nephew adores books that talk right to him and act like the are in conversation with him tap the button, push it twice, shake the book, scratch his tummy Each instruction changes ...

  6. Cheryl says:

    Well, it s an awful lot like Press Here, and almost as good But that instruction is framed positively, and this negatively, so imo that one wins Also, I like that the other does not have a character guide, and also it do...

  7. La Coccinelle says:

    I got Don t Push the Buttonand Don t Touch This Bookfrom the library at the same time, and I just read both in quick succession I have to say, I think that this one is the weaker of the two, despite being the book that started it all.We meet Larry, a purple monster, who introduces himself and shows us the button, which we re not supposed to push We re not given a reason why We re just told that we shouldn t And what happens when someone tells you not to do something especially when they I got Don t Push the Buttonand Don t Touch This Bookfrom the library at the same time, and I just read both in quick succession I have to say, I think that this one is the weaker of the two, despite being the book that started it all.We meet Larry, a purple monster, who introduces himself and shows us the button, which we re not supposed to push We re not given a reason why We re just told that we shouldn t And w...

  8. Sue Edwards says:

    It starts on page one when Larry the monster warns the readers Don t push the button The warnings get stronger and stronger until Larry just can t stand it He has to know what happens when someone does push the button What could possibly go wrong Larry has all the sass of Mo Willem s Pigeon Don t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus and just as clearly recognizes both that sass and a few defiant tendencies in young readers But don t think he is just Pigeon in a monster suit Although Larry speak It starts on page one when Larry the monster warns the readers Don t push the button The warnings get stronger and stronger until Larry just can t stand it He has to know what happens when someone does push the button What could possibly go wrong Larry has all the sass of Mo Willem s Pigeon Don t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus and just as clearly recognizes both that sass and a few defiant tendencies in young readers But don t think he is just Pigeon in a monster suit Although Larry speaks directly to the reader, as does Pigeon, the reader actually gets to take part in Larry s story.Seriously, be ready for some eager button pushing once your young story lover discovers that pus...

  9. Vidya Tiru says:

    My thoughts Don t well of course, means Do and not push buttons , well, not going to happen That is exactly what this book expects from its readers the title makes sure of it, the words tempt us, and the bright, super cute illustrations seal the deal.This book is temptation for the littlest readers the cute little devil that prompts them and even us to do all that parents do not want us to do I am sure looks like Larry.I can just hear the giggles resulting from reading this book My thoughts Don t well of course, means Do and not push buttons , well, not going to happen That is exactly what this book expects from its readers the title makes sure of it, the words tempt us, and the bright, super cute illustrations seal the deal.This book is temptation for the littlest readers the cute little devil that prompts them and even us to do all that parents do not want us to do I am sure looks like Larry.I can just hear the giggles resulting from reading this book with a room full of little ones and of course, all the pushing the button, of course , the shaking, the tickling too This can be a great book to read with a do what Larry Says type of activity for kids for play time or just about any time It is a great book fo...

  10. N says:

    I didn t want to like this as much as I did There are quite a few books floating around already that are interactive We have Press Here as well as Tap the Magic Tree There s also the fact that Don t Push the Button owes much credit to The Monster at the End of this Book Sesame Street I ve never been a fan of riding the coattails as they say However, this is the first of the mentioned four fourth wall breaking books that I have decided that would work well with a large group of children I didn t want to like this as much as I did There are quite a few books floating around already that are interactive We have Press Here as well as Tap the Magic Tree There s also the fact that Don t Push the Button owes much credit to The Monster at the End of this Book Sesame Street I ve never been a fan of riding the coattails as they say However, this is the first of the mentioned four fourth wall breaking books that I h...

  11. Nathalie Hansen says:

    A cute interactive book to read

  12. Ethan says:

    I want to give this 5 stars because this book makes me giggle and laugh The beginning of the book is hard for me to handle because when my mom reads the word Don t, I react with a mini tantrum because I think I m in trouble Please consider a second, revised edition of the book.

  13. Sharon Tyler says:

    Don t Push the Button by Bill Cotter is an interactive picturebook schedule for release on November 1 2013 Larry is a monster, and he has only one rule that no one press the button in the book However, curiosity becomes too much for Larry and he urges the reader to press said button when no one is looking Pressing the button has some unexpected consequences, which leads tobutton pressing, book shacking, and all sorts of fun.Don t Push the Button has delightful illustrations and a fun Don t Push the Button by Bill Cotter is an interactive picturebook schedule for release on November 1 2013 Larry is a monster, and he has only one rule that no one press the button in the book However, curiosity becomes too much for Larry and he urges the reader to press said button when no one is looking Pressing the button has some unexpected consequences, which leads tobutton pressing, book shacking, and all sorts of fun.Don t Push the Button has delightful illustrations and a fun premise who does not want to press a button, particularly after being told not to the very visible results lead to lots of interactive fun for the reader i think a one...

  14. Coranne says:

    There are few books that I am so enad by in the children s book world that I will actually get the e arc version because typically e arcs and children s books don t tend to play nicely together I think that the reverse psychology that is used in Don t Push the Button worked so well that it got me to request this book Don t Push the Button follows the idea of past books like The Monster at the End of this Book, the Pigeon series, and other books that break the third wall in kids books I lo There are few books that I am so enad by in the children s book world that I will actually get the e arc version because typically e arcs and children s books don t tend to play nicely together I think that the reverse psychology that is used in Don t Push the Button worked so well that it got me to request this book Don t Push the Button follows the idea of past books like The Monster at the End of this Book, the Pigeon series, and other books that break the third wall in kids books I love books that ...