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Easter Bunnies Everywhere
     

Easter Bunnies Everywhere

by William Boniface, Ronnie Rooney (Illustrator)
 

With Easter fast approaching, bunnies all over the world are preparing for the big day and they need help decorating their eggs in styles unique to their own countries. Following the same format as the wildly successful What Do You Want on Your Pizza?, this big, chunky book lets kids choose decorations and fit them into the appropriate slots on each of five

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With Easter fast approaching, bunnies all over the world are preparing for the big day and they need help decorating their eggs in styles unique to their own countries. Following the same format as the wildly successful What Do You Want on Your Pizza?, this big, chunky book lets kids choose decorations and fit them into the appropriate slots on each of five spreads throughout the story. Whether it's jewels on the Russian bunny's eggs, a pattern of seashells on a South Pacific bunny's eggs, or stars and stripes on the American bunny's eggs, with over 30 fun, fabulous pieces, this is a one-of-a-kind holiday treat that kids will love!

Illustrated by Ronnie Rooney.

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Children's Literature
Easter Bunnies from around the world show how they decorate their Easter eggs. We see bunnies in Mexico, Russia, the South Pacific, and Continental Europe. The final page is America where the bunnies decorate eggs in many ways, but their piece d' resistance is the red, white and blue, patriotic egg. Though it is true that different cultures paint their eggs in different ways, this book is not really describing the various traditions of Easter. Rather, the fun of this book is that it is part puzzle. Four resealable compartments down the right side hold small puzzle pieces that fit into the various eggs described in the text. Children can put jewels on the Russian egg and seashells on the Tahitian one. There is a pizza slice for Europe and a sombrero and taco for Mexico. All in all there are about 30 small pieces�which makes this book strictly for those three and older. The drawbacks to this book are that the rhyming text is a bit halting and the pieces are pretty small. It is hard to imagine them not getting lost in sofa cushions at some point. Still, could be a fun Easter day activity. A "Top This" book. 2003, Price Stern Sloan,
— Sarah Seage

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780843102574
Publisher:
Penguin Young Readers Group
Publication date:
01/27/2003
Series:
Top This! Series
Edition description:
BK&ACCES
Pages:
12
Product dimensions:
9.00(w) x 9.08(h) x 0.86(d)
Age Range:
3 - 6 Years

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