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Easter is just over a week away and pretty soon the Easter Bunny is going to be busy, busy, busy hiding eggs, but how does that bunny do it?
In Lily Jacobs “The Littlest Bunny”, Flop travels in an air balloon full of Easter eggs and visits some of our favorite landmarks, including famous sites like the Statue of Liberty in New York, California’s Hollywood sign, the Mackinac Bridge in Michigan, Georgia’s Fox Theater, Churchill Downs in Kentucky, and many more. There are 77 regional Littlest Bunny books that feature 50 states and also cities in Canada. In each story there is also an Easter egg hunt game where children can search for hidden eggs on each page!
I thought this was a very cute way of sharing the fun tradition of the Easter Bunny with little ones and it would make an adorable gift in their Easter basket. I’ve always had a soft spot for these regional style stories that show favorite characters swooshing through well known areas to kids. It offers a sort of personalization that brings it close to home. Although most books will showcase the most famous state landmarks, they also share other locations throughout the states.
You can find The Littlest Bunny at Sourcebooks for $9.99. They also have an amazing catalog of books for adults and teens. My most favorite product from them is the t-shirts that say, “Authors Are My Rock Stars”, one which is generic, and another with Jane Austin and Edgar Allen Poe with sunglasses.