Hoppi is finally old enough to join the other rabbits and try to win for decorating the best egg. If he wins, he gets to go with the Easter Rabbit and deliver the Easter eggs. Hoppi can’t decide how to decorate his egg so he walks around looking at what everyone else is doing. He happens to see a pretty blue egg drop from the trees. He decides to save the egg by sitting on it until it hatches. The Easter Rabbit comes and says he is the winner for helping save the robin bird that hatched.
This is a seasonal spring tale that is not religious, but does have a moral to the story. The bunny's decisions show the value of taking care of others and putting their needs before yours. The illustrations will give you lots of ideas for decorating eggs or painting/coloring some paper version of your own.
6 to 9
3 to 8
Read witha 6-year-old girl
Buy. I would buy this just for the pictures. I would buy this book for any child who really liked art or fanciful pictures. It would be a great display book during the Easter holiday.
My daughter picked this book because of the beautiful front cover showing all different kinds of colored eggs beautifully decorated. She liked the story and thought the pages were incredible. We looked at this book lots of times.
I loved the detailed pictures. It would show the different eggs being decorated. The decoration was taking place at different locations around the rabbit’s town. Those pictures had so many fun details that we went back and just looked at the pictures for awhile after reading it the first time. The story itself was cute but the pictures are what make the story worth reading. It has great detailed pictures of eggs and scenery. I was surprised my daughter liked the pretty details as much as I did,
This picture book is filled with beautiful illustrations of Easter eggs being decorated. There is also a fun story of how a young bunny gets to ride with the Easter Rabbit and deliver the Easter eggs to children.
I felt like the story actually took away from the pictures. This could have been just a wordless picture book and we still would have gotten the story without having to write any words.