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High Five ANew York Times bestseller from the creators of the beloved Dragons Love Tacos comes a rollicking, rhyme tastic, interactive high five competition starring YOU Discover the lost art of the high five and improve your slapping skills just in time for the annual high five contest From hand limbering stretches to lessons on five ing with finesse, readers are guided through a series of interactive challenges, each goofier than the nextAcclaimed creative duo Adam Rubin and Daniel Salmieri have dreamed up another one of a kind, laugh out loud book that kids will beg to read again and again I am a big fan of Adam Rubin, love the message of this book and the bright colors Interactive and dumb The text rhymes and has a solid rhythm at first, but that all stops about 12 pages in and becomes a random mess Kids will still love it. Read aloud at Barnes and Noble Review originally published on my blog,Nine Pages.I kind of expected better from the creators of Dragons Love Tacos and Dragons Love Tacos 2 As a note, I read this first to myself and then to a crowd of children, but always with the idea of reading it to a crowd and dreading reading it to a crowd My fears proved unfounded I feared that every kid would want to high five the page as required by the story I had only one little friend who was willing to high five the pages, and I had to do Review originally published on my blog,Nine Pages.I kind of expected better from the creators of Dragons Love Tacos and Dragons Love Tacos 2 As a note, I read this first to myself and then to a crowd of children, but always with the idea of reading it to a crowd and dreading reading it to a crowd My fears proved unfounded I feared that every kid would want to high five the page as required by the story I had only one little friend who was willing to high five the pages, and I had to do so first the first few times that the book required before he wanted to join in the interactive fun I think this book would be better one on one and one on one between a reader and a listening child with whom the reader already has a playful relationship.This story enters the reader into a high five competition We are first introduced to our trainer, a yeti ish creature called Sensei with a bunch of trophies on his shelves Sensei walks the reader through the best techniques for high fiving To win the competition, he warns, the reader will need flare The competition begins, and the reader is pitted against a flurry of creatures a kangaroo joey and its mother, a snake, an octopus , until we are paired with an elephant against whom we had trained The award for winning the competition which the reader does is a trophy at the end of the book that takes up a two page spread and requires the book to be turned 90 degrees to view properly.The text mostly rhymes with the instruction to HIGH FIVE breaking the rhythm and highlighting the command evenThe illustrations are done in a bold neon palette colored pencil with a lot of white I think this is the first picture book EVER that I couldn t finish It s just so blah. Yes, it is about high fiving I read it to grandkids and it went from zero to sixty in 3 pages As soon as we got to the page of different high fives, everybody was excited, especially the 8 year old This is a keeper.Warning It will get physical. The pictures were not my favorite, but if you already love dragons love tacos then you ll probably enjoy the illustrations in this one Very cute story, it would be really fun for a story time with pre k 2 grade. Seriously awful Punishingly long and so labored What kid could sit through this Another classic by this amazing duo


About the Author: Adam Rubin

Adam Rubin is the 1 New York Times best selling author of ten critically acclaimed picture books, including the Those Darn Squirrels trilogy, Dragons Love Tacos, Dragons Love Tacos 2 The Sequel, Secret Pizza Party, Robo Sauce and El Chupacabras short listed for the 2018 Texas Blue Bonnet award He spent ten years working as a creative director in the advertising industry before leaving his day job to write full time In between writing projects, he designs and collects optical illusions, puzzles and games His favorite color is blue, his favorite food is fried chicken, and his favorite animal is the otter Adam currently lives in Brooklyn.


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