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I Am NOT the Easter Bunny!

I Am NOT the Easter Bunny!

Illustrated by T. L. McBeth

Hardcover

$12.99
I Am NOT the Easter Bunny!

About the Book

Perfect for Easter celebrations, Easter baskets, and those who loved How to Catch the Easter Bunny!

"Reminiscent of Mo Willems’ Pigeon and Elephant & Piggie books . . . A read-aloud gigglefest." --Kirkus reviews

A hilariously clever picture book about a regular ol' bunny who, despite all the evidence to the contrary, says he is definitely NOT the Easter Bunny.


Everyone, look! It's the Easter Bunny!

He says he’s just a regular ol’ fluffy white bunny, but he’s got a vest and a bow tie, and a big basket full of painted eggs and candy! He MUST be the Easter Bunny! Right?

Step inside and find out for yourself! Is this the REAL Easter Bunny?

From T. L. McBeth comes a funny and clever picture book told through bold, vivid art that is the perfect Easter basket stuffer!

Praise for I Am NOT the Easter Bunny!:

"The book lends itself well to a lap-sit read-aloud. The cartoonish illustrations and cheeky dialogue give this tale plenty of personality and zest. A story starring a funny and argumentative bunny that makes for a read-aloud gigglefest." --Kirkus reviews

Product Details

On sale: February 6, 2024
Age: 3-7 years
Grade: Preschool - 2
Page count: 40 Pages
ISBN: 9780593528457

Author Bio

T. L. McBeth is a children's book author and illustrator who lives and works in Bloomington, Indiana. He is the creator of Randy, the Badly Drawn Horse and Robot in Love. He is the illustrator of Ogilvy, Ducks!, Steothesaurus, and more! His work has been featured by Macmillan, Scholastic, Threadless, McDonald's, TODAY, Wall Street Journal and displayed at the Society of Illustrators.

Reviews

"Reminiscent of Mo Willems’ Pigeon and Elephant & Piggie books . . . Little readers will enjoy being in on the joke (this is clearly the Easter Bunny) and the playful back and forth. The book lends itself well to a lap-sit read-aloud; adult readers will enjoy adopting different voices for the narrator and the bunny. The cartoonish illustrations and cheeky dialogue give this tale plenty of personality and zest. A story starring a funny and argumentative bunny that makes for a read-aloud gigglefest." --Kirkus reviews