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Easter Rabbit's Parade

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Easter is coming! The farmyard animals are planning a surprise for Ann Eliza, the little girl who takes care of them. Everyone contributes—Little Brown Hen lays the eggs, the chicks and goslings gather flowers, and White Rabbit and his family paint the eggs. Easter morning, the animals have a parade and give Ann Eliza her very own Easter basket . . . a very happy Easter, indeed!

Ann Eliza takes very good care of the farmyard animals so, despite the grumbling of ...

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Overview

Easter is coming! The farmyard animals are planning a surprise for Ann Eliza, the little girl who takes care of them. Everyone contributes—Little Brown Hen lays the eggs, the chicks and goslings gather flowers, and White Rabbit and his family paint the eggs. Easter morning, the animals have a parade and give Ann Eliza her very own Easter basket . . . a very happy Easter, indeed!

Ann Eliza takes very good care of the farmyard animals so, despite the grumbling of Graybeard the Goat and the bragging of White Rabbit, they work together to make a very nice Easter for her.

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Lois Lenski's The Easter Rabbit's Parade, originally published in 1936, returns to print in hardcover. Ann Eliza takes care of her farmyard animals all year round, so the animals decide to make Easter very special for her. With some help from the boisterous, bumbling and occasionally rude Easter Bunny, the animals pull together a lovely celebration. The vintage illustrations are particularly pleasing. Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.
Children's Literature
Ann Eliza lives on a farm and she is very conscientious about caring for the farm animals. She works hard bringing them food and water and the animals want to do something special for her since it was almost Easter. They all work to create a basket lined with wool and decorated with stones and shells and filled with eggs. Others decide to pick flowers. The grump of the group is Old Graybead the Goat who has plenty of asides and negative comments about all that the animals are trying to do. Everything seems to be coming along quite well until the White Rabbit appears and he lets them know that he is the only one who knows all about Easter. He calls his family in to decorate the eggs and then accidentally gets sprinkled in the face with some purple dye. Ann Eliza finally gets her treat from the animals including a parade with the White Rabbit, purple spots and all. Today's kids may well wonder why this young girl is working so hard and all alone on the farm, and why the animals talk and seem to take on human characteristics. The text is overly long and not terribly interesting. Perhaps this story should have rested in the archives. 2004 (orig. 1936), Random House, Ages 4 to 6.
—Marilyn Courtot
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780375827488
  • Publisher: Random House Children's Books
  • Publication date: 1/27/2004
  • Series: Lois Lenski Bks.
  • Pages: 40
  • Age range: 3 - 7 Years
  • Product dimensions: 6.76 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 0.38 (d)

Meet the Author

Lois Lenski was a prolific author and illustrator of classic books for children; from picture books to plays, regional historical fiction, poetry, and songbooks, her work was always playful, ever educational. She is counted among the most influential author-illustrators of the 20th century. Bestowed the Newbery Medal for Strawberry Girl, and twice attaining the Newbery Honor, she died in 1974.

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