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The Great Bunnyville Easter Egg Hunt
     

The Great Bunnyville Easter Egg Hunt

by Chuck Murphy
 
It’s time for the annual Bunnyville Easter egg hunt, and bunnies from all over are rushing to get there–grandparent bunnies, baby bunnies astro-bunnies, buccaneer bunnies, the Fearless Flying Rabbitinskis, and many others. In fact, everybunny who is anybunny will be there. Fun, intricate paper engineering with lots of glitter and oversized eggs in the

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It’s time for the annual Bunnyville Easter egg hunt, and bunnies from all over are rushing to get there–grandparent bunnies, baby bunnies astro-bunnies, buccaneer bunnies, the Fearless Flying Rabbitinskis, and many others. In fact, everybunny who is anybunny will be there. Fun, intricate paper engineering with lots of glitter and oversized eggs in the forms of band shells, pirate ships, trains, rocket ships, and more add to the merriment.

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Children's Literature - Marilyn Courtot
The great Bunnyville Easter Egg hunt is about to get underway. The first spread shows everyone busy with all their fancy eggs in a variety of colors and decorated with silver and gold. The pop-up has a big chocolate egg-shaped store filled with delicious candies. The next scene show bunnies traveling to the big event, and of course the train is filled with egg shaped railroad cars decorated in shinny gold. Other bunnies have unusual ways of arriving—one comes in a balloon, and as you might suspect W. Orville Bunny comes in his own plane. There are even buccaneer bunnies who have been searching for a chest of golden eggs, but since they love jelly beans they need to hurry to Bunnyville for the big hunt. Could there possibly be any more strange arrivals—yes, one more, the astro-bunnies from outer space arrive in their egg-shaped rocket ship. It all ends with a big celebration on a warm spring day as the bunnies hunt and find the eggs, eat all the goodies, and dream of next year's big hunt. The pop-ups are not outstanding and the story is a bit saccharine, but little ones will probably enjoy the scenes filled with bunnies, eggs, and other Easter treats. A word of caution: Even though the book will appeal to little ones, it will probably not stand up to rough handling. Reviewer: Marilyn Courtot

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780375845727
Publisher:
Random House Children's Books
Publication date:
01/08/2008
Pages:
14
Product dimensions:
8.15(w) x 8.33(h) x 1.19(d)
Age Range:
3 - 7 Years

Meet the Author

Chuck Murphy has been creating pop-up and novelty books for children and adults for 30 years. In that time, he has designed, illustrated, or engineered more than 60 titles, printed in as many as 10 languages. He lives in Valley Glen, California.

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