Looking for fun, interactive picture books? Then HIGH FIVE, the latest collaboration by Adam Rubin and Daniel Salmieri who brought you DRAGONS LOVE TACOS, will have your kids in stitches!
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When your kids can’t get enough of a certain book, it’s like watching a little bit of magic. You may find the book silly, or maybe not important enough for your liking, and it may not even teach them some big moral lesson. But their delight, excitement and eagerness to read is enough to make you fall in love with it too. And so it is with HIGH FIVE, the newest collaboration by Adam Rubin and Daniel Salmieri. This one had my kids laughing for days, high fiving me, each other, and all the zany characters in this book. Simply put, HIGH FIVE is SO MUCH FUN.
In HIGH FIVE, your kids will discover the lost art of the high five. And thankfully, just in time! The annual high five competition is fast approaching, and if your little ones practice their skills and finesse enough, they just may be able to participate. So what you are waiting for? Brush off those palms, shake out those fingers, think about your trademark moves, and let’s get fiving!
Interactive picture books for older children — ones they will relate to and want to read again and again – are like gold. Why? Because when done well, they have a way of hooking our kiddos. And why does that matter? It helps them find wonder in books, fosters their love of reading, and gets them excited to crack open the pages of another story. HIGH FIVE is one of those stories in our house. It had my kids excited for days, begging for this and only this book as they carried the magic of the story with them everywhere they went. High fives, laughter and big smiles abound with this one, friends. And guess what? You can’t ask for anything more when it comes to a great children’s book!
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Want the book? Get it here! HIGH FIVE, by Adam Rubin and Daniel Salmieri. HEE received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher, but all opinions contained herein are expressly our own!
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