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Best Easter Eggs Ever!

Best Easter Eggs Ever!

by Jerry Smath
     
 

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This charming Easter tale from talented author-illustrator Jerry Smath tells the story of Easter Bunny, his three helpers--Willa, Bella, and Jellybean--and an adventure-filled egg painting contest.

Easter Bunny has always painted all the Easter Eggs himself, but this year his eyes are tired! So he holds an Easter Egg Painting Contest among his helpers to find

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This charming Easter tale from talented author-illustrator Jerry Smath tells the story of Easter Bunny, his three helpers--Willa, Bella, and Jellybean--and an adventure-filled egg painting contest.

Easter Bunny has always painted all the Easter Eggs himself, but this year his eyes are tired! So he holds an Easter Egg Painting Contest among his helpers to find the best new design. Inspired by a lighthouse at the seashore, Willa Bunny paints bold red stripes on her egg. Jellybean Bunny paints pretty spring flowers on his egg in the country. But Bella Bunny gets lost in the woods, trying to follow drifting clouds. When night arrives, stars appear--giving Bella the idea to paint golden stars on her egg. And who's the winner of the contest? All three little bunnies!

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Children's Literature
The Easter Bunny has a problem. He is tired of the design he is using to paint his Easter eggs. So, he turns to his three young assistants and asks for their help. He asks the bunnies to paint an egg by themselves and he will chose which design is the best. Soon the three youngsters are off and looking for a design to paint on their egg. The reader watches each of the bunnies find the design that appeals to him most, and we are not surprised to learn that the Easter Bunny cannot choose because each design is pretty in his eyes. So it is decided that they will use all three designs for the Easter Bunny's gift baskets. Though the storyline is somewhat predictable, and the sweetness of the book can be a little cloying, there is one theme in the book that is very attractive. The reader is able to see how one can find beauty in the simplest things in the world around us. 2003, Scholastic,
— Marya Jansen-Gruber

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780439443210
Publisher:
Scholastic, Inc.
Publication date:
01/02/2003
Pages:
32
Product dimensions:
7.99(w) x 8.04(h) x 0.14(d)
Lexile:
AD600L (what's this?)
Age Range:
4 - 8 Years

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