Yummy Bunny Easter Treats!
William Boniface & Kyle Poling
Simon & Schuster, 2013 (2013)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
elp the bunny featured in this activity book create the perfect Easter basket. The first step is to use the jelly bean cut out pieces and place them carefully in the spaces provided.
nce the colorful jelly beans are in place, it is time to add the bits of chocolate that are in the shapes of various animals. When that's done there are special malted eggs to pop into their slots as well as some delicious marshmallow chicks and ducks.
he final touch is slipping the foil wrapped chocolate eggs into the basket and then this puzzle is completed. If there are any pieces left, you must have missed a spot, so check back to find it.
his Easter board book is not only fun but will also give a child some practice with fitting puzzle pieces into the proper spots in the Easter basket that takes shape as the book's pages are turned. Because they are so small and shiny there might be a temptation to place these pieces where they do not belong – in the child's mouth. For this reason the book carries a
warning and it is not appropriate for children under three years of age or any child who might be tempted to
these cardboard pieces.
s an alternative to placing the pieces in the slots, you could set them aside and just enjoy reading the book with your child. This way the 30 pieces won't pose a safety problem.
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