“No need to bring a basket. No need to walk or run. Here is another Easter-egg hunt that will be just as fun.”
Did you know that people believed playing games with eggs would help their plants grow? That white Easter lilies were brought to America from Bermuda more than 100 years ago? Or that boiling eggs with onion skin dyes them yellow? A bunny artist has hidden a golden egg on every beautifully illustrated page of the Easter Day Alphabet with these fun facts and more, making this a simple, yet fun way for children to learn more about the origins of popular holiday happenings while mastering their ABCs. Through ham to hunts, knock eggs to nests, and zigzags to bonnets, can you find all of the eggs from A to Z?
“Filled with colorful and appealing pictures.”
—Chicago Parent Magazine
Beverly Barras Vidrine is a member of the Writers’ Guild of Acadiana and the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. She is also the author of St. Patrick’s Day Alphabet, A Mardi Gras Dictionary, and A Christmas Dictionary, all published by Pelican. Mrs. Vidrine lives in Lafayette, Louisiana.
Alison Davis Lyne is a freelance illustrator and portrait artist who has worked on various picture books as well as covers for American Small Farm magazine. Her other work includes Kudzu Chaos, Thanksgiving Day Alphabet, Halloween Alphabet, Evangeline for Children, and Jacques et la Canne à Sucre.
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