What if I told you, that you didn’t have to stuff your kids full of chocolates this Easter? What if I told you, Easter could be fun with half the amount of chocolate you planned to get for them? I know, mind-blowing stuff right? I can smell the Easter eggs and the long weekend already. As much as I am a lover of chocolate and Easter egg hunts, I do feel that we spend way too much money on chocolates! Chocolates that we end up trying to hide from our kids again. This results in ‘The Hunt round 2’! This Easter though, Pan Macmillan Kids is encouraging you to give your kids the gift of reading! Fun books, that will be all about the bunnies and chickens….. but way less messy than their chocolate counterparts! Sound good?
Follow Mazes: Follow The Bunny
Bunny is on her way. It’s her Easter party today. Can you help her find her friends and find out where each trail ends? Follow the Bunny is a die-cut maze book for young children, enabling them to follow the grooved trails with their fingertips from hole to hole. There are eight springtime scenes to explore, including farm fields, the riverside, and underground tunnels. With adorable animal characters, cumulative rhyming text, and colourful illustrations, Follow the Bunny makes an extra-special Easter treat.
Dear Zoo Snuggle Book
A super-soft cloth book in a beautiful gift box, based on the bestselling classic Dear Zoo – the perfect gift for babies for any occasion.
Created by Rod Campbell for the very youngest animal enthusiasts, the Dear Zoo Snuggle Book features all the animals from the zoo in a super-soft fleece snuggle book. The elephant is too big, the lion is too fierce, the giraffe is too tall . . . but the perfect pet is there somewhere!
A favourite with toddlers and parents for over thirty-five years, Dear Zoo is a classic, and this simple cloth edition is the perfect introduction to the much-loved story.
Packaged in a high quality patterned gift box, the Dear Zoo Snuggle Book is a thoughtful gift for babies and toddlers.
Charlie Chick Colours
Charlie is a little chick who has found a BIG egg! What could be inside? He gives it a little tap with his beak. What happens next? Open the pops and unfold the giant flap to find out in this cracking adventure story! With stunning paper engineering by Nick Denchfield and wonderful illustrations by Ant Parker, Charlie Chick Finds an Egg is sure to bring a giggle and a gasp from young and old alike.
The Rhyming Rabbit loves to make up entertaining poems, inspired by everything he sees, but the other rabbits don’t appreciate his talent for rhyme. Sad and lonely, the Rhyming Rabbit sets off one starry night all on his own. Will he ever find someone to share his poems with?
The Rhyming Rabbit is a clever rhyming adventure from the stellar picture book partnership of Julia Donaldson and Lydia Monks, creators of What the Ladybird Heard. With brilliant rhyming verse, bright and distinctive illustrations and glitter on every page, this story is a delight to read aloud.
This paperback and CD edition features an exciting reading of the story by David Tennant.
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Comment on this post with something you love about Easter! Or even just which book you’re most excited about for your child.
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This competition is only open to readers residing in South Africa.
The giveaway will run until midnight, on Monday, 22nd of April 2019, with a winner being selected at random shortly afterwards. I will announce the winners of my giveaway on Facebook,Instagramand Twitter, so make sure you follow me on all 3 social media platforms so you don’t miss the announcement.
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