Reviews for Bad Easter Bunny

Publishers Weekly Reviews 2013 February #3

When the Easter Bunny is in a funk--say, after children "greedily grab the toys, sweets, brightly colored chocolate eggs, and delicious candy" that he brings--he literally turns blue. And when he gets fed up and becomes the "Bad Easter Bunny," his fur becomes red, his teeth sharpen into fangs, and his eyes gleam with anger. French illustrator Röhr gleefully depicts the rabbit's tantrum as it yells at passersby and destroys Easter goodies, and while Atherton overdoes the ending a tad ("the Easter Bunny realized that being bad will not solve your problems and that ‘thank you' are the nicest words in the world"), children should still giggle over this good bunny gone bad. Ages 3-6. (Feb.)

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