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Library : Book Reviews > Hoppers Easter...

Hoppers Easter Surprise 
By Kathrin Siegenthaler and Marcus Pfister

Review by: Yvonne Gaudet

    ‘Hopper’s Easter Surprise’ is the story about a little arctic hare, named Hopper, who dreams of becoming a bird so he can fly. His mother tells Hopper that hares are special in many ways and also tells him about the Easter bunny. She goes on to tell Hopper how the Easter bunny can run very fast, he is very brave and can hide so well that not even the falcons sharp eyes can spot him. Hopper goes off on his own to try to become brave just like the Easter bunny, and after successfully escaping the chase of a fox, he finds himself face to face with a brown hare. The brown hare listened quite contently as Hopper told him all he had learned, from his mother, about the Easter bunny. The brown hare wanted to be just like the Easter bunny as well, so off Hopper and the brown hare went in search for eggs! Explaining their situation to the kindly hens, Hopper and the brown hare each received there own egg, with the instructions to be very careful with them. On the way home to Hoppers house to decorate the eggs, an accident occurred and left the two hares egg-less and very upset. This book has a happy ending though, as the Easter bunny has left the hares a special surprise!
     I recommend this book for ages 4-10. A little more challenging for experienced readers, this story would be suitable as a read to me book for the younger age groups. A perfect story to share during the Easter season, with beautiful pastel colored illustrations, this book is sure to help children await the arrival of the Easter Bunny.

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