Easter’s nearly here!
Celebrate this fun holiday with these new books from HarperCollins:
Following the popular “On the Loose” titles for kids comes this Easter version. The Easter Bunny is super ready and super excited to hop all over the world and spread springtime cheer. There’s only one problem: There are no eggs!
Someone in Easterville has stolen the prized Golden Egg. Without it, there will be no Easter! Can the Easter Bunny find the culprit (and the egg) in time to save this holiday?
This large-sized, interactive book will have children entertained for hours.
Mia: The Easter Egg Chase
Mia looks forward every year to the Easter egg hunt her family holds at their house. This year, Mia is convinced that she will be the one who will find the prized chocolate bunny, the most coveted hidden object of the event.
Yet when Mia’s little cousin, Sophie, begins to have trouble finding eggs to fill her basket, Mia must choose whether or not to help Sophie or seek out the desired prize.
Includes a sheet full of stickers! (HarperCollins, SRP $4.99)
It’s finally the day of the town’s celebrated Easter egg hunt, and Marley and his family members are ready for the search!
There’s a special egg hidden somewhere, though — who will find it?
In true Marley-fashion, this hyperactive canine detours through shops and creates quite a mess. Will his crazy antics lead him to the most extravagant egg of all?
When you think of springtime, it’s hard not to think of cute little yellow chicks. Peepsqueak is no ordinary chick — he’s a chick with spunk — and the desire for a best pal!
He begins to search all over his farm for a friend to hang out with — but will he find him or her there? Will he ever find a friend?
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