➹ Bunnys Easter Egg Free ➯ Author Anne Mortimer – Bassgrotto.co.uk



10 thoughts on “Bunnys Easter Egg

  1. says:

    If you think the cover is cute, just wait until you read the book and see all the other adorable creatures Bunny encounters on her quest to find just the perfect spot for a cozy, quiet nap you see, she is very tired from helping to hide Easter eggs Each place she finds has something not quite right about it or her fellow nap mates and her journey takes her right back where she started with an unexpected twist well, unexpected to her I guessed it f...


  2. says:

    A repetitive story about a tired Easter Bunny looking for a good place to sleep.Ages 2 5 easter easterbunny Like my reviews I also have hundreds of detailed reports that I offer too These reports give a complete break down of everything ...


  3. says:

    Bunny is very tired after hiding all her Easter eggs, but she can t find a good place to sleep She leaves the one egg she didn t hide behind to search for a good napping place., Every place has its faults too noisy, too lumpy, too wet, and so on In defeat, Bunny returns to her basket and finds a new friend.What I thought Loved it I m a sucker for a good Easter book The story is great I like the onomatopoeia and the repetition The ill...


  4. says:

    Fun Easter themed book My boys enjoyed finding the hidden eggs throughout the illustrations The repetitive text provides a great learning experience for the younger reader though it did seem a bit long.


  5. says:

    A cute little Easter bunny book that entices children to find the thirteen colored eggs hidden in the book The illustrations are so life like and adorable It s a story about a bunny that hides all her Easter eggs except one, and what a surprise she receives


  6. says:

    AR 2.5


  7. says:

    Cute Has a lot of repetition and onomatopoeia.


  8. says:

    Bunny s Easter Egg is a charming story about the Easter Bunny after he s done his work The story is delightful and the bright yet soft illustrations worthy of hanging on a wall.


  9. says:

    Love the illustrations This makes a good spring book considering all the creatures Bunny encounters Repetitive, which can start to get on an adult s nerves, but works really well for young kids Especially in a storytime Not as much of an Easter theme as I expected, but then...


  10. says:

    Cute Easter tale with a tired little bunny The story has lovely illustrations and a find the 13 hidden eggs feature that keeps children engaged, scanning each page There was one egg that had us stumped, but after a reread, we finally found it It was a fun book to read aloud together.


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Bunnys Easter Egg Bunny Has Spent A Long Night Hiding Easter Eggs, And Now It S Time To Get Some Rest But When She Burrows Down To Sleep, Something Disturbs Her, And Everywhere Else She Tries To Nap Just Isn T Right.She Tries The Old Oak Tree Too Noisy She Tries A Little Boat On The Lily Pond Too Wet She Tries The Greenhouse Oh No Where Will Bunny Go Anne Mortimer S Charming Story Is Just Right For Easter Time Sharing.