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Playtime for Kipper means bouncing balls, painting pictures, and building block towers. But this perky-eared pooch needs a little assistance. Readers are asked to help the earnest little pup find the ball, paint, and blocks. One one page is a brown-and-white dog behind the wheel of a bright red tractor: "Kipper likes driving the tractor. What would you like to drive?" The opposite page features a blank yellow page with an indented, outlined shape of a car. Young readers pop the shiny red, yellow, and blue car out of its spot at the beginning of the book, and press it into the appropriate space. Each page calls for a new activity, and a new press-in object. Kipper is cute as a bug in a rug, and will surely motivate new readers to pursue more Press Out and Play board books, including Kipper's Bedtime, Kipper's Bathtime, and Kipper's Snacktime, all based on the Kipper books for older readers by the very clever Mike Inkpen. (Ages 2 to 4) --Emilie Coulter [via]