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Happy Easter, Emily! (Picture Puffin) Paperback – 24 Feb 2000


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Emily and her rabbit friends hunt for Easter eggs hidden behind the flaps on each page.

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Hip Hop Flip Flop 28 April 2000
By "manhattanmom" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Well constructed flap book features Emily the bunny and other stuffed friends on an Easter Egg hunt. My two year old daughter loves looking for the eggs in the book. Claire Masurel (who also wrote the fabulous TOO BIG) knows how to contruct a clean child's narrative, but the colors in the illustrations of this book clash with each other resulting in a book that is fun to go through a few times, but not destined to be a classic. For example, the four furry characters are difficult to differentiate so hard to follow through the story. We have the paper back version and I recommend it as a great (non-candy) Easter basket stuffer or prep book for your own family egg hunt tradition, but don't expect it to become an instant favorite.
Kids love it 5 Feb 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Claire Masurel (the writer of seven other 5-star rated books at Amazon) really knows how to construct flap books that engage children. The story is simple but charming, and Emily and her friends are delightful to follow on their Easter egg hunt until the "big" surprise ending. Kids just seem to love it!
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