The Bad Easter Bunny by Isabel Atherton, illustrated by Stephanie Rohr. “The Easter Bunny doesn’t feel appreciated for all his efforts. This literally makes him blue. But his sadness soon turns to anger and he causes lots of havoc in the neighborhood. When a little girl expresses her gratitude, things change for the better. Fun illustrations and a good message make this picture book a good read for the family.”
Ollie’s Easter Eggs by Olivier Dunrea. “Adorable! Fans familiar with Olivier Dunrea’s Gossie & Friends series—and those new to the board books—will fall in love with these lovable characters in this fun installment. All the goslings are gathering and dying eggs—except Ollie. When their eggs go missing, they go on a wild-goose chase looking for them!”
The Easter Egg by Jan Brett. “Jan Brett showcases her exquisite and detailed illustrations to tell the tale of Hoppi as he competes with the other rabbits to have the best decorated egg for Easter. Feeling discouraged after seeing how beautiful others have done theirs, he goes to the woods to reflect but stumbles upon an unexpected discovery. Readers will love the surprise in this charming, unforgettable picture book.”
This basket of family Easter favorites is courtesy of Portland’s Green Bean Books. Hop on in if you ever get the chance. Charming, indeed.