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A cheeky chick, the Easter Bunny, Easter eggs, plus an emotional roller-coaster of a story involving celebrity, jealousy, trickery, penitence and a chocolatey happy ending – this story has it all! Authors Adam and Charlotte Guillain have come up with a wonderfully original story to explain why the Easter Bunny hides eggs for us to find, and recount it in fluent, lively rhyme: jealous of the attention he’s getting, Easter Bunny’s partner Chick hatches a plan to steal the limelight. It doesn’t go well, but happily creates a whole new tradition. Pippa Curnick’s illustrations are quite delicious, whether of Chick running through the moonlight, or a massive Easter egg-splosion, and this is particularly tasty reading. ~ Andrea Reece
Poor Easter Chick works so hard to make Easter eggs for everyone, but the Easter Bunny always gets all the credit. It's time for Chick to hatch a cunning plan . . . which accidentally turns into the first ever Easter egg hunt! It's three cheers for chick in this deliciously chocolatey tale. This rhyming picture book is choc full of Easter fun and has a brilliant message about teamwork that is great for reading all year round. Pippa Curnick's bright illustrations are packed with humour and bring this Easter story to life.
Perfect for anyone who loved We're Going on an Egg Hunt, this un-eggs-pected story will delight children age 3 years and up.
|Publication date:||8th February 2018|
|Author:||Adam Guillain, Charlotte Guillain|
|Publisher:||Egmont Books Ltd an imprint of Egmont UK Ltd|
|Year Groups:||Early Years|
|Topics:||Animal Stories, Humorous|
Adam and Charlotte Guillain. Adam is a performance storyteller and was the Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre Writer in Residence. He is published by OUP, Pearson and Scholastic. Charlotte taught English to air traffic controllers and nurses before deciding a career in publishing would endanger fewer lives. Following a decade working as a commissioning editor, Charlotte is now a prolific author of children's fiction, non-fiction and picture books. Q&A: Adam and Charlotte 1. How did you get the idea for this book/artwork? Like many parents with babies, Charlotte and I would make up silly rhymes and ...More About Adam Guillain, Charlotte Guillain