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About the author: Michelle Medlock Adams began her career in journalism; but when she had two children of her own, she quickly turned to writing children's books, including the successful What Is . . . ? series, How Much Does God Love You? and Happy Birthday, Jesus! for CandyCane Press. Michelle lives in Bedford, Indiana with her husband and two girls.
About the illustrator: Amy Wummer has been illustrating children's books for fifteen years. Her playful watercolor illustrations evoke the wonder of a child's delight in the world.
I got this for our grandson so that we could read together about the real reason for Easter, without spoiling the fun of some other aspects that he is enjoying. Read morePublished 1 month ago by LCP
Love the book! My boys have a copy of it. I wanted my niece to have one too. So, it was shipped directly to her in another state. The book was received in a timely manner.Published 5 months ago by Leigh
This is the perfect book to explain the real meaning of Easter to preschoolers and toddlers. We love it.Published 5 months ago by Ljns
I love this book!!!! It is a reflection of all races and a beautiful, simple way to illustrate the true meaning of Easter!Published 7 months ago by Missteree
The product was as described. I was very happy with and would buy from this dealer again.Published 10 months ago by Robin F
Good book to give a child that is too enthralled with eggs and candy at Easter. It stresses that they are lots of fun, but Easter is really about Jesus, God's son, rising from the... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Harriet A. Schipper
As a Christian family, while Easter has lots of special events and activities we want the
true focus to remain on Jesus' death and his resurrection. Read more
Board book seems well constructed. Just another way is show that Easter is not just for candy. Start the mind to think,Published 16 months ago by Mary in Molino