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You! Yes You! – An Interactive Monster Hunt

You! Yes You! An Interactive children's storybookYou! Yes You! is a fun interactive children’s storybook. We’re going on a monster hunt, and what fun we’re going to have, shaking, blowing, tickling, and lots of surprises. This fun book is bound to keep young children entertained and asking for “Again! Again!” – make sure you follow the instructions, strictly! (And of course, read it all over again if they ask :-).

You! Yes You! is another great picture book for children brought to us by BookDash, putting books in every child’s hand.

I think this also makes a great bedtime story, it’s about monsters and has lots of actions, but it’s not scary at all,  in fact, it is quite empowering (unless a child is very sensitive), and the excitement can help tire them out.

Text and Images from You! Yes You! – An Interactive Monster Hunt

 

Fun interactive kids book

 

Hi! I’m a warrior and

I’m fighting a monster,

and I need you to

help me. Yes, you!

Come with me!

 

 

 

 

 

Fun interactive kids book

 

 

You see those ninja monkeys up there?

I need you to shake this book so they

fall out of the trees!

Fun interactive kids bookShake shake

shake shake

shake

 

 

 

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Word count: approximately 270 words; Reading time: 5 to 10 minutes

 

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