Item description for Easter Egg Hunt by Margaret Wang & Richard Johnson...
Overview "Can you find the Easter eggs hidden in this book? Sweet cuddly animals help you uncover colorful Easter eggs that slide out and reveal more Easter surprises!"--P.  of cover.
Publishers Description - Exciting new format Easter eggs pull out from each spread and then open up to reveal another surprise. - Picture book art style and sweet text are perfect for Easter.
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Studio: Piggy Toes Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.94" Width: 7.98" Height: 0.9" Weight: 1.33 lbs.
Binding Board Books
Release Date Feb 1, 2005
Publisher Piggy Toes Press
ISBN 158117375X ISBN13 9781581173758 UPC 631248005108
Availability 0 units.
More About Margaret Wang & Richard Johnson
Margaret Wang is the Editorial Director for Intervisual Books, Inc's novelty book imprints, "Piggy Toes Press" and "Baby Piggy Toes Press." She received her undergraduate degree in English from UCLA and her graduate degree in Creative Writing from Cardiff University in Wales. Her publications include poetry, children's books, and multimedia programs for teens.
Reviews - What do customers think about Easter Egg Hunt?
fabulous! Apr 7, 2008
My son loves to point at the animals and pull out the little tabs in this Easter book. the egg makes me nervous because he really yanks them, but so far they've proved to be quite hardy! This is one of the first books my son refuses to put down (he is 14 months) and loves to read it over and over and over and over....
Simple text, beautiful illustrations, and fun - my 18 month old loves it! Mar 19, 2006
We love interactive books that make the reading experience with our 18-month old a little more hands on and involved. There are only about 4 full pages and very little text but the pull-outs on each page kept him busy for about 20 minutes while we read through and talked about the bees, birds, easter eggs, baby ducks, etc. And now he's been carrying it around with him so we can play some more. This is one the neatest little hands on books we've seen. My only concern is how long the easter eggs will last with him pulling them out and opening them up - but we have plenty of glue :)