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Join in the Easter egg hunt with this charming flap book. Little children will enjoy helping the baby animals to find the hidden egg on each spread. At the end of the book, children can count all the eggs that they have found, and even catch a glimpse of the Easter bunny herself if they are lucky! Scenes include lambs in a meadow, ducklings on a pond, chicks in the farmyard, puppies in the garden and kittens in the barn.

Book information

1 year+
Board book
ISBN: 9781409534730
Extent: 12 pages
Dimensions: 170 x 160mm
Sam Taplin
Rosalinde Bonnet

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“Great book for young toddlers”
Our very first Usborne book and we fell in love. It was a truly great discovery for my little bunny, when she was one and 8 months old.

Press reviews

“A chunky board book with cute illustrations in sugary pastel hues. Readers are invited to join in an Easter egg hunt, lifting up flaps to discover where the Easter bunny has hidden the booty, and look out for the cheeky little rabbit hiding in the background.”
“You can’t go wrong with this seasonal book about bunnies and chicks which involves a counting element... a good Easter present if you don't want to introduce chocolate yet!”
“Fun on the farm for very young book lovers.”
“An ideal Easter gift for toddlers, this themed book includes flaps for children to lift to uncover the big eggs hidden by the Easter Bunny. With colourful eye-catching illustrations of cute animals in and around the farmyard, this boardbook helps children learn to count as they total the number of eggs they find. A great alternative to chocolate.”
“If you are looking for an alternative to chocolate this holiday period...a cute one for toddlers is the Easter Bunny Flap Book. Lift the flaps and find out where the animals’ eggs are hidden in this chunky board book, perfect for little hands.”
“A nice little book and good way to introduce your child to Easter activities and fun.”