Egg-stravaganza! Duck & Goose: Here Comes the Easter Bunny by Tad Hills
YOU'D BETTER FIND A GOOD HIDING SPOT
IF YOU WANT TO SEE THE EASTER BUNNY!
Duck and Goose put on their thinking caps. How can they spy on the Easter Rabbit?
Duck wades in and suggests that they hide in the pond.
But spring ponds are cold for standing all night, even for water fowl.
Goose struggles to climb into a tiny tree. Duck pronounces it too scary high.
Then the two decide to go undercover. Duck and Goose make themselves disguises with leafy twigs--a garland around their little heads and tiny branches under each wing. That busy Bunny will never notice them now. They settle down to stay awake for the no-doze duration as the moon rises and the stars come out. But soon nature takes its course and the two wee mock trees slip into a snooze.
But not to worry. In Tad Hills' new holiday tale, Duck & Goose, Here Comes the Easter Bunny! (Schwartz & Wade, 2012), (Scgwartz & Wade, 2012) the two may miss the Easter Bunny, but when they awake, their twig headdresses all wilted and their eyelids droopy, they find his pastel products all around. As a fine sugar-free Easter basket treat, this little board book, with its charming little fowl and glittery decorated Easter egg-stravaganza on the cover, will surely brighten an Easter morn.