Wednesday, March 02, 2022

Review: BUNNY FINDS EASTER by Laura Sassi and Ela Jarzabek

I recently had the opportunity to read Bunny Finds Easter by Laura Sassi, illustrated by Ela Jarzabek, to my 14-month old grandson. He sat across the room from me, surrounded by toys, as I read, and looked up and smiled every time I showed him the pictures. When I was finished, he crawled over and took the book to "read" it himself. He laughed, he smiled, he babbled, he held the book up for the others in the room to see. 

He seemed to like the book a lot, and it's no wonder. It's an adorable, rhythmic story about the true meaning of Easter, with bright, colorful (and super cute) illustrations. The spread showing an Easter Egg hunt is especially colorful and fun. Kiddos will enjoy finding all the eggs on the pages! Not only does this book rank high on the adorable scale, but it's also a charming introduction (or reminder) of why we celebrate Easter: to remember that Jesus died for our sins and rose from the dead!

You can't go wrong by adding this sweet book to your family's or Sunday School's collection. It would make a great addition to an Easter basket!

I suggest using this book to talk with your little ones about why we celebrate Easter, perhaps pairing it with the story of Christ's resurrection from the Bible. Don't forget to stop and count all the eggs and babies that you find in the pages. Then share in a favorite Easter activity from the book! 

Thank you to Zonderkidz for providing a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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