LITTLE RABBITS EASTER SURPRISE by Joanne Compton

LITTLE RABBITS EASTER SURPRISE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

With his earnest efforts to ""help,"" Little Rabbit is a typical toddler, his disastrous mishaps only somewhat exaggerated. When he tries to decorate eggs as his dad (the Easter Bunny) does, he drops his egg and gets paint all over, but at least the egg survives. Patient Dad lets him go along on the important trip to get ready for the children's egg hunt; this time Little Rabbit spills all the eggs, then falls asleep while Dad hides them--and comes home again with his own special egg, which he has kept as a surprise for Mama. A gentle, satisfying story with appealing pictures in Easter egg tones, drawn with a childlike simplicity that matches the text.

Pub Date: April 15th, 1992
Page count: 32pp
Publisher: Holiday House