Join Flop as he travels in an air balloon full of Easter eggs and visits some of your favorite landmarks, including famous sites like the Statue of Liberty in New York (you know I’m very partial to anything NY), California’s Hollywood sign, the Mackinac Bridge in Michigan, Georgia’s Fox Theater, Churchill Downs in Kentucky, and many more. Books also feature an Easter egg hunt game that invites kids to search for hidden eggs on each page.
Each book in The Littlest Bunny Series features art and text created especially for a specific state or city, including all 50 states as well as cities in Canada. There are 77 regional versions available in all…how cool is that???
It’s not only a great story with great drawings, but you have that added attachment of having the story set in your home town!! I think you and your kids will really appreciate it. Caleb can’t get enough.
A little about Sourcebooks
Although the world seems engaged in constant change whereby everything is getting strikingly modern and technological, Sourcebooks has some old-fashioned ideas about what it is that makes a “publisher.” Every person on their dedicated and hard-working staff is passionate about books and committed to authorship. Theirs is a culture of collaboration, where communication among authors, editors, marketers, publicists, designers and sales force is key to bringing our books to as wide an audience as possible.
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Three (3) lucky Guy and the Blog readers will receive a copy of their own with their own home town!! US and Canada residents only.