Synopses & Reviews
In print for almost forty years, Charlotte Zolotow's The Bunny Who Found Easter has delighted generations of readers. A lonely bunny goes hunting for Easter, where he hopes to find other bunnies. His search takes him through the seasons, but only in the spring does he find the true meaning of Easter. To this heartwarming story Helen Craig has lent her own original interpretation. As multiple stories unfold in each piece of art, viewer and reader are drawn into the poetic, song-filled text. This new rendition of an old classic is sure to charm readers young and old.
"A freshly illustrated edition of Zolotow's classic story, originally published in 1959. . . . Zolotow's stylistic trademarks - tender lyricism, poetic prose, and a compassionate tone - continue to satisfy children/ Craig's charming pastel paintings in ink, watercolor, and colored pencil bring the bunny to life. . . . Update your collection and introduce a new generation to this sweet, joyful tale." School Library Journal
In print for more than forty years, Charlotte Zolotows The Bunny Who Found Easter has delighted generations of readers. Now, newly illustrated with Helen Craigs luminous art, the story of a lonely bunny who goes on a search for Easter continues to warm readers hearts with its gentle charm.
About the Author
With whimsical watercolors and an eye for detail, British author and illustrator Helen Craig has lent her talents to numerous picture books, including the beloved Angelina Ballerina.Legendary in the field of children's literature, as an editor as well as the author of more than seventy picture books, Charlotte Zolotow has a unique understanding of both childhood and children.