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Spot's First Easter
Spot's First Easter
Spot's First Easter
by Eric Hill

When the Easter Bunny hides some colorful eggs for Spot to find, Helen the Hippo joins in, and the search becomes a counting game. Kids will love following Spot through the flaps as he discovers more and more eggs, in addition to some very funny animals. And hidden behind every corner is the Easter Bunny himself, just out of sight.

Age: 1 Year-olds | Title: Spot's First Easter  |  Author: Eric Hill  |  Publisher: Putnam Publishing Group

When the Easter Bunny hides some colorful eggs for Spot to find, Helen the Hippo joins in, and the search becomes a counting game. Kids will love following Spot through the flaps as he discovers more and more eggs, in addition to some very funny animals. And hidden behind every corner is the Easter Bunny himself, just out of sight.

Eric Hill has created an empire with his catalogue of Spot books. This book focuses on the adorable Spot's hunt for Easter eggs with his friends. Each page contains cute illustrations and also has an interactive flap that you can lift to do some more Easter egg exploration.

As you read with your child, they will love to turn the thick pages of the board book and will get excited to find Easter eggs under the flaps. The book also incorporates a lesson about counting, which is very valuable for kids at this age. The plot is also very simple, and the large font will be helpful in starting to introduce words to your child.

This was a very fun book to share with my nephew, Joshua, at Easter last year. He was not familiar with the custom of an Easter egg hunt, but thought it was exciting to watch all of the characters look for eggs. Later that day, I hid a couple of eggs around the house and said that when he found them, he could bring them back and exchange them for candy. Anything involving candy is a big hit with Joshua, so the book led to a really enjoyable afternoon.

--Eve

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