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The Story of the Easter Bunny Paperback – January 23, 2007
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On a snow-cold day in a snug little house . . .
Everyone knows that the Easter Bunny comes every year with a basket of painted eggs and chocolates. But who is the Easter Bunny, and what is his story? At last, the famous bunny's secrets are revealed in this delightful tale perfect for springtime!a
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There is a family of a little round older couple who have a white bunny and during the winter months the couple make baskets, chocolate eggs and dye and decorate eggs for the children in the town. Every year the little bunny watches and begins to help out... eventually to take over the "family business" completely because his parents had grown much older and his secret of where the Easter bunny lived was getting out among the children in his town. So, with great big waves from his family the Easter Bunny leaves home and find a nice hollow tree where he and some of his friends make the baskets, chocolates and eggs.
I think this is a very cute book, the illustrations are soft and beautiful. The story is one that once read will become a family tradition to read the night or week before the Easter Bunny comes to visit your home just like the T'was the Night Before Christmas! Enjoy!!!
The story tells that an old couple in town during the winter months would weave baskets, dye eggs, and make chocolate eggs as their pet bunny watched. As the years go by, he gets very involved in making everything, eventually doing it all himself when the old couple becomes too old to do it anymore. He didn't think anyone saw him as he delivered all of the baskets, but when the children in town start to learn his secrets, he moves to a burrow in a tree where he and his bunny friends make everything away from anyone's view. I thought this was such a clever and creative explanation for how the Easter bunny became a legend - in all my years, I'd never thought about how the Easter bunny even came to be and the author does a great job of weaving the tale. A perfect pre-Easter read for the whole family!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The Story of the Easter BunnyI bought this for a friends child. She loved the pictures and just playing with the book alone. She sat and listened to the whole story. Read morePublished 2 months ago by katherine a ricevuto
A fun story with beautiful pictures. My 2.5 year old daughter loves listening to the story of the Easter Bunny.Published 5 months ago by Nicole