Giveaway — Press Here by Hervé Tullet

It’s time for another FUN giveaway — this time from my friends at!! is an online bookstore that specializes in children’s books, many at a discount. The best part?? donates five percent (5%) of their profits to non-profit children’s literacy programs and organizations!

One of my girls’ favorite books at the moment is Press Here by Hervé Tullet. Have you read this book? It is such a whimsical delight!! I love that it is one of their favorite books to read together (many times over and over), and it is so interactive!

Here’s a short video of Press Here in action!

Press Here is such a FUN hardcover book! It retails for $14.99, but is available at for $9.30.

Now the FUN part — Three (3) very lucky Frugal Family Fun Blog readers will each win one (1) copy of Press Here courtesy of!! To enter for your chance to win, leave a comment on this post sharing the title of your favorite childhood book. For an extra entry, leave a separate comment sharing your favorite place to read when you were a kid. Giveaway is open to US residents only, and winner will be chosen at random. (See Official Giveaway Rules.) This giveaway ends Saturday, January 14th @ 6:30pm EST.

Good luck!!

[Update: This giveaway is now closed, and the winners are Dorsha, Meghan, and Rebecca! Congratulations!! A big thank you to everyone who entered and to for sponsoring such a fun giveaway!! Another great giveaway starts soon!!!]


  1. My favorite book when I was a child was called “Admiral Wags”

  2. My fav book when I was a kid was Madeliene & The Pokey Little Puppy. Loved them.

  3. My favorite place to read was at my grandmother’s house in her large living room on the couch!

  4. I loved to read under my bed…don’t ask…I was weird. LOL

  5. What a cute book! Sammy watched the video and I read it to him he thought it was great!!

  6. I use to curl up really small in my closet with a flashlight to read 😛

  7. a little princess was my favorite book!

  8. When I was a kid and could read chapter books, I loved The Babysitters Club series! As a small child, anything Dr. Suess!

  9. my favorite place to read was my bed

  10. I loved reading anywhere comfy. Bed, couch, etc. Those read-a-thons at school were the best just because you could curl up with a nice pillow and blanket and not be at a desk! lol

  11. The book that stands out from my childhood was A Wrinkle in Time. It’s more of a young adult book, but I read and reread that one many times!

  12. I love curling up on the couch with a book. Always have, always will. 🙂

  13. Barbara Zaborowski says

    My favorite book was from my school’s library, Queen Elizabeth and the Spanish Armada. The book’s card was a list of my name, over and over.

  14. Rikki-Tikki-Tavi a story from The Jungle Book -from a book I was given by my older brothers and sister, still have it today to read to my daughters now, just looked at it now, the pages are a bit yellow, pictures are basic compared to todays standards;)

  15. Barbara Zaborowski says

    My favorite place to read was…anywhere I could get away from my siblings.

  16. Favourite place to read, on my bed, curled up on my side, then fall asleep afterwards:)

  17. Winnie the mother read the originals to us, and I loved it…

  18. Cortney B. says

    Goodness – I have to pick just one! I would say There’s a Monster at The End of This Book.

  19. Cortney B. says

    I loved to read outside sitting in the tree swing. Or else in my bed when I was supposed to be going to sleep.

  20. My favorite book was The Monster at the End of This Book. My kids love it now too!

  21. My daughter loves this book! My favorite book when I was little was “Corduroy”.

  22. Oh, I LOVE this book!! We just found it at the library a few weeks ago and my son asked me to read it over and over!

    Two of my favorite books as a little kid were Harold and the Purple Crayon and Miss suzy.

  23. My favorite place to read was in the same room as my mom, but kind of hidden, like behind the couch, under a blanket, etc.

  24. Oh, and my favorite place to read as a kid (and still now) is snuggled up under the covers in bed with lots of pillows propping me up.

  25. Jill Moore says

    My faorite book was my mom’s copy of Five Pennies to Spend.

  26. Jill Moore says

    Our favorite place to read was on my bed.

  27. My fav childhood book would have to be all of the Dr. Seuss books, but especially Green Eggs and Ham. Especially b/c I still remember my kindergarten teacher cooking us up some green eggs and ham and it being very tasty! I am 28 now and I still haven’t forgotten! 🙂

  28. I loved to read everywhere, especially on my bed under the covers!

  29. My favorite book as a young child was The Monster and the End of this Book: Starring Lovable, Furry Old Grover. As an older child, I really liked reading the American Girl series.

  30. My favorite place to read books is in bed! I remember my dad reading us bedtime stories every night. And as an older child (and teen and as an adult), I still read a lot of fiction books in bed upon waking!

  31. My favorite book has always been Where the wild things are!!

  32. My favorite place to read was in the woods around the falls where I grew up.. very peaceful

  33. Shannon Cunningham says

    my favorite book to read growing up was Great Day for Up by Dr. Suess :] i still have it memorized..

  34. Shannon Cunningham says

    my favorite place to read growing up was my mom’s lap :] now i get to share the fun of reading with my own kids.

  35. My favorite book was Are You There God, It’s Me Margaret by Judy Blume. Loved all of her books but read this one over and over.

  36. My favorite place to read was in my room, on my bed, under the covers, with the door closed. I got lost in my own world, all nice and cozy and safe.

  37. Well, I used to love reading anything I could get my hands on, but favorites I remember are Where the Red Fern Grows and The Witch of Blackbird Pond.

  38. I had a loft bed with a reading light. That was my favorite place to read.

  39. We loved the jolly postman books! A great interactive way to read the nursery rhymes !! Loved the letters! It was the first set of books I bought for my new baby daughter!! Love your site by the way!! Thank you!

  40. My all time favorite book was Anne of Green Gables. I think I started that series when I was 10 or so and I still read them. Before that I loved the Random House book of Children’s Poetry. I still have some of those poems memorized. I got it for my boys and they love it too!

  41. We had a big old live oak in our front yard that had one branch to sit on with another branch behind & up a little that made a perfect back support. I used to climb up there all the time to read.

  42. As a kid my favorite book to read was Amelia Bedelia.

  43. I loved to read inside my closet or inside the window seat storage.

  44. Favorite childhood book was Courdory!

  45. Favorite place to read was in a cozy spot by the woodstove!

  46. Love (still) to read in bed or a comfy couch/chair. My favorite childhood book? P.D. Eastman’s “Go, Dog, Go”. Later on Dr. Seuss. So many great books, so little time. Heard this one was a great book. Would love to win a copy for my three little ones.

  47. Natalie Thomson says

    My all time favourite childhood book is “The house that sailed away” out of all my childhood books this one left a lasting impression on me. I even tracked a copy down for my kids.

  48. Natalie Thomson says

    My favourite place to read as a kid was in bed. On a rainy Sunday I’d read
    from morning til night, my mum must have been pretty happy on those days hahaha

  49. My favorite books growing up was Put Me in the Zoo by P.D. Eastman. I also liked Nancy Drew books growing up.

  50. My favorite childhood book was Annie and the Wild Animals by Jan Brett. My kindergarten teacher gave it to me and all these years later I still have it and read it to my children.

  51. My favorite place to read (and still is) is on the couch, in sweats, under a blanket.

  52. My favorite book as a child was The Berenstain Bears and Spooky Old Tree

  53. Loved the Giving Tree!

  54. I loved reading while sitting on the steps in the sun.

  55. My favorite books were the Bobbsie Twins and Nancy Drew.

  56. My favorite books as a child were the Betsy, Tacy, Tib series and Little House on the Prairie! Now I love Chicka Chicka Boom Boom! I love how you can sing it and it’s so easy to memorize that you can sing it in the car or giving a bath!

  57. My favorite book for a long time as a kid was “The Laughing Dragon” by Kenneth Mahood. I have very clear memories of reading that book right before I took a nap.

  58. It’s not a very unique place to read but I have always and forever loved to curl up and read a book in bed. It is still my favorite place to read.

  59. When I was a kid a would take a pillow and blanket and lock myself in the bathroom. I would make a cozy nest in front of the heating vent and have all the privacy I wanted!

  60. My favorite book was Alice In Wonderland.

  61. My favorite place to read was in the hall outside my room.

  62. My favorite book was “Put Me in the Zoo.” I loved all the spots!

  63. And my favorite place to read was in the backroom at my Grandma’s house. I still remember all the books she had like PUT Me in the Zoo.

  64. Ooo!!! I have to enter this – we love this book!!! My favorite book when I was a kid was “The Strawberry Picture Dictionary” by Richard Hefter. I still have it and it is falling apart. I know it is kind of a strange pick but there you have it. I loved it – still have a fondness for reference books : )

  65. My favorite place to read was in my baby brother’s nursery sitting in the rocking chair away from all the noise in the house : ) I’m smiling – nice memories!!!

  66. My favorite book as a child was Bread and Jam for Frances.

  67. I loved to read curled up on my bed or anywhere else comfy and quiet.

  68. My favorite book was The Pokey Little Puppy.

  69. I would lay on my bed for hours at a time and read, definitely my favorite spot!

  70. Bread and Jam for Frances by Russell Hoban

  71. I loved to curl up with a book in a warm sunbeam on the living room floor.

  72. My favorite book as a small child was a Richard Scarry book and my favorite story from it was Good Night Little Bear. The book is on my daughter’s bookshelf now:) My favorite chapter book when I started to read those was Socks by Beverly Cleary. Still have that too!

  73. A million favorites, but I loved the little house on the prairie books best. Thanks for the chance!

  74. I would read anywhere as a kid! The only place I probably didn’t read was the kitchen.

  75. I loved to wall two blocks to my grandma’s and sit on her porch swing. 🙂

  76. My favorite is “The Keeping Quilt” by Patricia Polacco.

  77. I loved to snuggle up in my bed to read as a child, and still do today!

  78. My favorite book was The Velveteen Rabbit.

  79. My favorite place to read was just about anywhere, as long as I could be left alone enough to read the book. My bed was an especially comforting place, though.

  80. My favorite book was “The Phantom Tollbooth.”

  81. My favorite place to read was in the nook in my brother’s closet! I felt like it was a super secret hiding place!

  82. My favorite story was, midsummer nights dream by Shakespeare.

  83. My favorite place t

  84. My favorite place to read was in my parents bed.

  85. Amber Hunter says

    I loved to read the Ramona Collection by Beverly Cleary.

  86. Amber Hunter says

    I loved to read outside. We lived in California growing up.

  87. I guess they’re for slightly older kids, but my favorites were always The Baby Sitters Club. I don’t remember having a favorite when I was younger, but I always liked The Berenstain Bears too.

  88. My favorite place to read was right in front of my bookshelf. There was my dresser on one side, and the wall on the other. I had a big pillow against the dresser, and would put my feet on the wall.

  89. My favorite book when I was about 6 years old was a collection of Greek myths that my great-grandmother gave me. It had these really neat little snippets at the end of each story connecting to things in the modern world, like how we get the name for the colorful flower or colored part of the eye from Iris the Goddess of the rainbow. I can still picture the robin’s egg blue cover!

  90. MamaFeelgood says

    The Cat in the Hat

  91. MamaFeelgood says

    My favorite place to read was and is in bed

  92. I absolutely loved to read on this picnic table my mom had set up in our back yard. To this day, when I think of summer I think of sitting there at the picnic table with armfuls from the library, going through the whole stack in the sunshine! I hope to instill the same love of reading in my girls 🙂

  93. My favorite book was a hand-me-down from my cousins called Franklin Stein. It was a fantastic story about a young boy who makes a creature from discarded junk. The colors were simple and primary. I’m lucky enough to be able to share it now with my oldest daughter (2).

  94. My favorite place to read growing up was in a hammock in the backyard at my dad’s house. It was underneath a tree and every now and then, leaves would land on the pages.

  95. My favorite book was a book about guardian angels my mom gave me. I can’t tell you what it’s called, but it was awesome!

  96. My favorite location to read was everywhere. My mom had to take the batteries out of all the flashlights so I would go to sleep.

  97. My favorite book as a child was the Secret Garden. I am not sure what was so magical about it to me, but I loved it!

  98. As a child, I read everywhere. I read in the car A LOT! My mom used to joke that she could take me to the bookstore for a new book and that by the time we got home, I had finished it.

  99. Erin Zackey says

    Oh, cute! I loved Mrs. Piggle Wiggle books, and am reading them to my kiddos now!

  100. Erin Zackey says

    I loved making cozy nooks in my room surrounded by stuffed animals and perfect for reading in.

  101. Hmmm, one of my favorite childhood picture books that I can remember is The New Baby by Ruth and Harold Shane, and illustrated by Eloise Wilkin. I have such fond memories of the books illustrated by her and love to read them to my own kids.

  102. And my favorite place to read was probably in bed with my Mommy!

  103. My favorite books when I was little were the Little House on the Prairie series.

  104. And my favorite place to read was my playhouse aka Laura’s cabin.

  105. And I loved reading outside the best!

  106. my favorite book from childhood was “here’s a penny”

  107. my favorite place to read was curled up on the couch with my mom!

  108. My favorite book was ‘Where the wild things are!

  109. I loved reading under the Christmas tree! It didn’t happen often obviously 🙂 but I had found memories of it!

  110. Judy Hershey says

    My favorite books were the Little House series by Laura Ingalls Wilder.

  111. I loved reading Frog and Toad!

  112. I used to love reading in bed, either propped up on the pillows in the day, or under the covers after bedtime. 🙂

  113. Judy Hershey says

    My favorite place to read was on the shelf in my closet, with a lamp for light and the sliding closet doors closed. Now when I think about it, I realize how bizarre that was. I mean there wasn’t anything stored on the shelf in the closet!! My Mom must’ve been the queen of a minimalist lifestyle.

  114. One Morning in Maine by Robert McCloskey. The illustrations always swept me away and felt real but magical at the same time. I used to love to read in my bed all snuggled up and now on our squishy couch with my son in the kruck of my arm.

  115. My favorite book as a child was Blueberries for Sal. My favorite book to read aloud to children currently is Big Green Monster by Ed Emberley.

  116. My favorite place to read as a child was under the covers with a flashlight

  117. Jessie Carpenter says

    My favorite book as a kid was Be Nice to Spiders by Margaret Graham.

  118. Jessie Carpenter says

    My favorite place to read was sitting in a deep window sill in my bedroom. There was an apricot tree just outside, and on summer days I could reach out and pick some to eat while I read.

  119. I adored reading as a child. My favorite was “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”.

  120. I would read ANYWHERE!!!

  121. This looks like a great one! My favorite book when I was little was Are You My Mother? My kids love it now too.

  122. Dinosaurumpus by Tony Mitton

  123. My favorite books growing up were any of the Judy Blume books. I read those over and over again.

  124. My bedroom was the only room on the 2nd floor because it was made in the attic, so whenever I would read I would go up there by myself. It was the most quiet place in the house.

  125. My favorite book was Richard Scarry’s Best Word Book Ever! My 21 month old is now in love with it too.

  126. My favorite place to read was on my mom’s lap. 🙂

  127. One of my favorite books was Harriet the Spy.

  128. How cool!! We just discovered this book this past Thursday at the library. My boys LOVED it!! Would be awesome to have our own copy. I loved Dr. Seuss and Shel Silverstein books when I was younger.

  129. I LOVED reading on my Grandma or Papa’s lap when I was little.

  130. I loved reading Cheaper by the Dozen.

  131. I’ve wanted to read Press Here for awhile. I’ve seen it mentioned on so many blogs. Our library hasn’t ordered a coy yet though….

    I loved reading outside when I was younger. We had comfortable lawn chairs.

  132. I always enjoyed Socks for Supper 🙂

  133. My favorite childhood books were the Little House series by Laura Ingalls Wilder. I loved reading about a childhood so different from my own.

  134. My favorite book was The Three Billygoat’s Gruff. I had that book memorized at a very young age and I knew if the person reading it to me skipped a word…let alone a page!

  135. My favorite place to read when I was little would probably have been my bedroom on my pink bean bag chair.

  136. My favorite book was our copy of The Real Mother Goose. I read that book so many times! I picked up a copy of it when my oldest was just a few months old and still have it. Both of my kids have enjoyed hours of reading it with me.
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  137. My favorite place to read was under my bed. The frame held the mattresses up high, so there was plenty of room to comfortable lay on my stomach and read. I hid a tiny flashlight under there and would read for hours…

    I’ll never forget the day I fell asleep under there and was woken up to the sound of sirens one day when I was about 8. Seems no one could find me, so my dad called the police, who called the fire department to *drag the creek near our home*! They had looked for me everywhere (so they thought) and that was the last place to look before assuming I’d been kidnapped. After that, I had to show my parents all of my “secret” hiding places!

  138. My favorite book as a child was the Care Bears Book of Favorite Bedtime Stories. Still have it.

  139. When I was small enough to fit, my favorite place to read was under my desk. I even hung my favorite artwork up under there. Later, I enjoyed reading on my daybed, propped up with lots of pillows.

  140. It’s hard to remember one favorite, but definitely one of my favorites was Anne of Green Gables. The whole series, really!

  141. My favorite place to read was (and is) outside, weather permitting. 🙂

  142. My favorite book was The Sneetches & Other Stories. In fact, I just bought a new copy of it today, to give to my cousin’s daughter as part of her 1st birthday gift on Sunday!

  143. Before Barnes & Noble got a coffee shop & allowed reading in-store, I used to get yelled at by Walden Books employees for sitting on the floor in the aisle, reading.

  144. My son LOVES “Press Here”! My favorite book growing up was “Old Black Witch.” My great-grandma used to read it to me.

  145. And my favorite place to read was anywhere! The couch, my bed, the floor, the car … I was such a bookworm. And still am. 🙂

  146. I always loved Wacky Wednesday as a kid and still do!

  147. There’s no way that I could choose only one favorite, but one of my faves was The Berenstains’ B Book by Stan Berenstain. I loved it! I can still remember most of the words.

    Press Here looks like a really fun book!

  148. I loved to read anywhere, and always had a book with me. In one house we lived in there was a cubby space at the stairlanding that I used as a reading nook.

  149. I loved Where The Sidewalk Ends and the Babysitters Club books!

  150. I loved to read outside.. under the tree or in the hammock!

  151. My love of books began when I was a kid- anything I could get my hands on, but I remember loving to read Dr Seuss and then when I was older, my mom’s original Nancy Drew mysteries. 🙂 Now I love passing on Dr Seuss to my kiddos. 🙂

  152. I read under the covers with a flashlight….usually when I was supposed to be sleeping. 🙂

  153. Favorite childhood book of mine – Coco the Clown (A personalized book).

  154. Favorite place to read – at the pool.

  155. I loved Berestain Bears when I was little!

  156. My favorite book as a child was The Giving Tree

  157. I always just liked to read on the couch.

  158. My favorite book as a child was Corduroy! Love that book!

  159. My favorite place to read was curled up on the couch! Still is!

  160. My favorite place to read? Everywhere!

  161. My favorite book was “The monster at the end of this book” – I think that was the name – it had Grover =)

  162. Kim Pollock says

    I really loved The Giving Tree and my kids love it now. Also, Chicka Chicka Boom Boom is one of my kids favorites.

  163. Kim Pollock says

    My favorite place to read when I was a kid was a under a little weeping willow tree we had in the side of our yard. I loved that tree and loved to read under it!

  164. My favorite book was “The little prince” by St Exupery. I read it at different ages and always got something new out of it. And the illustration is just great!

  165. My favorite place to read was under the bed.

  166. My favorite childhood book was The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein.

  167. In my parents room, there was a built in desk in a very dark corner (they never used it much because of this), but I loved to climb under it with a flashlight to read. 🙂

    Thanks for doing this giveaway!

  168. I have so many but I have always loved to read. When I was little I would lock myself in my rooms for hours with my mom knocking to make sure I was okay. I am glad that my son is on the same path.

  169. The Boxcar Children series provded many hours of entertainment for me and my sis!

  170. Teresa Young says

    My favorite childhood book was Blueberries for Sal

  171. Teresa Young says

    My favorite place to read as a child was in bed, to help me fall asleep

  172. I loved books as a child. The one that stands out right now was called But No Elephants.

  173. I loved reading on our front porch swing.

  174. My favorite book was The Real Mother Goose by Blanche Wright.

  175. My favorite place to read as a child was in my bed.

  176. Melissa Foster says

    I had so many favorite books. I loved Dr. Seuss and when I got bigger I loved babysitters club, nancy drew, and my all time favorite book Little Women.

  177. I loved reading in my bed under the covers with a flash light. I think it felt exciting!

  178. I loved to read when I was a kid. I loved Little Golden Books, Bearnstein Bears, and later Nancy Drew. But really I read anything I could get my hands on! Happily, my kids are the same way.

  179. My kids love this book! It is their favorite library find and are always happy when it shows up on the shelf again. They would be so excited to have one to keep. And thanks for the link to the website, what gret book deals!
    Finally, I was and still am a fan of reading nooks with comfy pillows and flashlights. Reading is always more exciting when you can feel sneaky doing it.

  180. My favorite book as a kid was The Giver…. Love love loved it!!

  181. My favorite place to read was under my bed or in my closet with a flashlight :). Anywhere cozy

  182. Nikolette B says

    My favorite book as a kid was called Noisy Nora. I made my grandparents read it to me every time I was over there 🙂 (They bought me a copy of it when my son was born)

  183. Nikolette B says

    One of my favorite places to read was in the car.

  184. As a child, I would curl up almost every night with “Dr. Suess’s Sleep Book.” No matter what else I was reading, I loved to thumb through the pages, tracing over all the drawings and counting all the animals that were falling asleep. My children love this book now, too.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  185. I was a mega reader as a child (and since – I’m currently working on a master’s of English!). The best place EVER to read was on our porch swing. I would just drift away, sweet tea sweating on the boards under me, feet crossed on top of the arm rest. Now it’s my bed; with two very little girls, I grab any chance to read and relax that I can get!

    Thanks for the giveaway!! We LOVE Herve Tullet!

  186. I had several well-worn Dr. Seuss books as a child. I learned to read with those books!