Easter Bunny's Christmas

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This is a charming short story designed for very young children and intended to teach the concept of giving to those less fortunate even if you think you have nothing to give. The main character, Easter Bunny-also known as E. Bunny, has a case of doldrums because it is Christmas time and not Easter...and therefore, he does not have his usual stash of eggs and candy to give away.


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Overview



This is a charming short story designed for very young children and intended to teach the concept of giving to those less fortunate even if you think you have nothing to give. The main character, Easter Bunny-also known as E. Bunny, has a case of doldrums because it is Christmas time and not Easter...and therefore, he does not have his usual stash of eggs and candy to give away.


To ease his anxiety and sadness, he decides to take a walk. Heading out toward Farmer Hogan's farm, he happens upon a poor soul (Sammy Scarecrow) who is about to be blown away in the winter wind because his straw is falling out. After considering Sammy's situation, E. Bunny gets a terrific idea and hops back to the Bunny Village where he lives and calls to his bunny friends and relatives to listen to his plan.


The bunnies devise a strategy and they all head out for Sammy's place which is in Farmer Hogan's cornfield. Sammy is still shivering and miserable and upon a command from E. Bunny, all the little bunnies hop up on Sammy and cuddle together. Sammy is happy and pleased to be given this gift of warmth. However, realizing that they can't stay hooked onto Sammy forever, the next day the bunny ladies get together and sew Sammy a brand new coat so his straw stuffing won't fall out and Sammy is a cheerful scarecrow once again.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781553956624
  • Publisher: Trafford Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/16/2003
  • Pages: 16

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Jeanne R. Gardner is a new author to the world of children's books. Her introductory story, Easter Bunny's Christmas, was a Christmas time inspiration when her own children were young and her family had very little money to spend on Christmas gifts. Consequently, she sat down at her typewriter and came up with this charming little story that teaches the concept of giving of yourself - the most precious gift to give. After reading the story to her children, she tucked it away in a drawer where it laid forgotten for many years. Recently, upon doing some spring cleaning, she came upon the story once again and decided to bring it out of mothballs. She rewrote some of it, did some editing, added some illustrations, and set out to have it published.


Ms. Gardner resides in Northern Virginia just outside Washington, D.C., and is a semi-retired technical editor/writer having worked many years for high tech contractors to the federal government. Although she still does consultant work including writing articles for local newspapers and magazines, her hope is to continue to write more children's stories and perhaps sequels to Easter Bunny's Christmas. Ms. Gardner is a block captain for her local Neighborhood Watch program and a strong advocate for environmental issues and appropriate use of natural resources.

Amy M. Grebe has spent a good deal of time reading children's stories over the past few years as an elementary school teacher. Being asked to create the illustrations for Easter Bunny's Christmas was a dream come true. This project gave her the chance to combine her love of art with her love forchildren. It also gave her a chance to give something back to all of the children who have made such a difference in her life.


Much of her inspiration for the characters in the book came from her side-kick, Bella, a smoke tortoise cat with a lot of attitude. Bella's facial expressions can be seen throughout the book. And of course, each illustration has Bella's stamp of approval on it.



When Ms. Grebe isn't teaching or painting, she is working to perfect her other arts. You might find her choreographing or performing modern dance, designing or constructing costumes, or training with her favorite martial arts, Muay Thai and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

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