Fantastic and egg-siting fun is to be had by joining the five little Bunnies as they go looking high and low to find those oh so yummy Easter eggs hidden very carefully. Five little Bunnies need to find five little eggs and you can help them, by very carefully lifting the secret flaps on the pages to see what you can find as well.
Based on the much love children’s rhyme ‘ Five Little Speckled Frogs’ Martha Mumford and Sarah Jennings have joined forces once again to have some very delicious fun, as they find some very cheeky places to hide those much sought after eggs.
As each of the little Bunnies finds their egg they drop out of the hunt, which is only fair, until the last little Bunny discovers something very special, under the flap carefully disguised as a swing. Counting, simple word phrasing and of course those tempting little flaps that simply must be lifted, make this delightful Easter rhyme so much fun.
Interactive and the perfect antidote to giving far too many tempting chocolate Easter eggs, Five Little Easter Bunnies will keep on being enjoyed long after all the Easter egg hunt finds have been eaten!
Oh, yes and guess what, there is a very little tiny frog hidden on each page as well, as maybe they decided to join in to make sure the Five Little Easter Bunnies had a lot of fun with their rhyme.
|Author||Martha Mumford. Illustrations Sarah Jennings.|
|Publisher||Bloomsbury Children's Books|
|Distributor||Bloomsbury Children's Books|