Dora's Easter Basket (Dora the Explorer)

Dora's Easter Basket (Dora the Explorer)

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by Nickelodeon Publishing
     
 

It's Easter! Dora and Boots are going on an egg hunt. But the eggs they are searching for are not just ordinary eggs-each one has a special prize inside! Help Dora find all twelve eggs, and fill her Easter basket with lots of prizes. Just be sure to watch out for Swiper!  See more details below

Overview

It's Easter! Dora and Boots are going on an egg hunt. But the eggs they are searching for are not just ordinary eggs-each one has a special prize inside! Help Dora find all twelve eggs, and fill her Easter basket with lots of prizes. Just be sure to watch out for Swiper!

Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature
Dora and her monkey friend, Boots, are looking for 12 special eggs on an Easter egg hunt. She asks young readers to help them locate the eggs, which have prizes inside of them. "Map" instructs the explorers to hunt for the eggs by the duck pond, the farm and at Grandma's house. On each page- spread there are questions directed to children. These include simple counting exercises, matching games, and other developmentally appropriate activities. There are also a few Spanish words sprinkled in the text, most notably the numbers 1 through 12. Dora is cute as a button and many children will recognize her from her Nick Jr. television series. The text does not flow as smoothly as it should, but the colorful illustrations and character identification will please young Dora fans. This title is one in the publisher's "Dora the Explorer" series. 2003, Simon Spotlight/Simon & Schuster, Pettenati

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781612631349
Publisher:
Nickelodeon Publishing
Publication date:
07/03/2014
Series:
Dora the Explorer Series
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
705,323
File size:
9 MB
Age Range:
3 - 7 Years

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Dora's Easter Basket (Dora the Explorer) 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 40 reviews.
Courtney Johnson More than 1 year ago
my 4yr old is on my nook all the time! it is a grt way for her to have a story while i am driving or we are waiting somewhere
ladybugLB More than 1 year ago
My son loves this book, wanting me to read it all the time.
ann marie chang More than 1 year ago
My 3 yr old picks up my nook, knows how to turn it on and goes to her shelf of 'read to me' books. She knows how to turn the pages and enjoys hearing the stories over and over. Thank you, nook.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Indeed! Like a good neighbor dora is there! Hola, me llama dora! Como estad!
NanaLovesBooks More than 1 year ago
This book follows very closely on the interaction of the DVDs which my kids love. We found the eggs and matched them and followed the path and looked in Backpack, all familiar from the videos. My one big complaint with this book is that the audio kept going after asking some questions. My kids were left puzzled as they tried to answer the questions and found out the narrator was still talking and asking more questions from the next panel. If the pages had been broken up more, to break up the narrator more, this would not have been an issue.
Kristen81 More than 1 year ago
I don't know who likes my nook color more- myself or my 3 year old daughter! She saw this Dora one and had to have it. It was a cute story about finding Easter eggs.
Karen Hendry More than 1 year ago
I can be more creative with the reading. So its not worth paying $10 for the read to me option. The Elephants Child is a better read for the little ones to do on their own!!
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Not worth the $10! It was very short.
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My 2-year old granddaughter loves this book; Dora is her favorite character. The illustrations are wonderful. I think, however, it would have been better had the outloud reading been in Dora's voice rather than an adult's. But my granddaughter watches it on my Nook everytime she comes over and it keeps her mesmerized for quite some time. Well worth the investment!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a cute story. My daughter loves Dora and loves the book. My only complaint is that it takes getting used to hearing another voice read the story. I don't know why but I guess I was expecting the Dora voice (I should have known better) and when I heard someone else's voice say, "Come on, Vamonos!" it was a little weird, but my daughter didn't seem to mind. :)
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Trovon Baksh More than 1 year ago
I bought for my little sis she wasnt listening because the read to me was a bit boring and not very exciting
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Ivory06 More than 1 year ago
The main flaw with ebook is that two pages appear at once. This makes the pages appear very small in the center of the iPad with large blank sections at the top and bottom. The text is very small. On the read to me feature, the reader reads two pages as if the are one with reduces the Childs ability to interact. Dora will say "count" the eggs, and before the child starts counting, the reader is reading the next page.