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review 2015-06-22 10:16
Bouncing fun
Mrs. Pennington's Easter Bunny School - Paula M. Ezop,Kat Marlowe
Overall *****
Performance *****
Story *****
 
If you could sum up Mrs. Pennington's Easter Bunny School in three words, what would they be?

Energetic, cute, Easter


What did you like best about this story?

I loved the innocence of the story the best & also that I was able to listen to it with my daughter in the room... although she thought it had pictures..


Have you listened to any of Kat Marlowe’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Ihave listened to most of Kat's performances & I feel this one is more suited for younger children compared to the others.


Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I laughed at moments in this audiobook, the story was cute.


Any additional comments?

I find that Kat can narrate for all sorts of books, she definitely suits children's books.

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text 2015-04-06 03:18
Happy Easter

bunny animated GIF

Bunny on the Left: Dude, what's wrong with the Easter Bunny?

Bunny on the Right: Today was Easter, it's taking a well deserved break.

 

 

 

 

 

water animated GIF

 

:D

Hope you guys had a Happy Easter.

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text 2014-04-21 09:27
Even the Easter Bunny loves to read...

 

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review 2013-04-11 00:00
Silly Tilly and the Easter Bunny - Lillian Hoban Silly Tilly the mole, apparently her glasses give her a better memory, cause once they are lost, she has no memory. And will the Easter Bunny, remember Silly Tilly's Easter basket?
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review 2013-02-21 00:00
Easter Bunny Murder - Leslie Meier MY THOUGHTSLOVED ITLucy Stone, reporter for the Pennysaver in Tinker's Cove, is set to take her grandson to the annual Easter Egg hunt at Vivian Van Vorst's palatial estate, Pine Point. Something strange is up at the site when they arrive with the rest of the town to find the gates locked and no hospitality when her son, Van Vorst Duff (Van), comes out dressed as the Easter Bunny and drops dead on the porch. Even more strange is that VV has withdrawn from her social engagements and the charity checks she is so fond of writing suddenly stops. The town begins to talk about her lawyer and daughter who are now taking care of her and explain that she has been ill the last year. When Sue, Lucy's friend, comments that her daughter is now their cook and she can't cook, things really get suspicious. With the somewhat dubious help of Van's common law wife and mother of his daughter, Lucy tries to get to the bottom of the mystery of whether Van was murdered or just dropped dead of natural causes. Lucy's boss doesn't think the story warrants much coverage and she is met with dead ends each time she tries to solve the mystery surrounding his death but seems to ignore some facts given to her by a private investigator. I loved that the characters all seemed to be real and easy to imagine living in a small town. This is my first cozy by Leslie Meier, but I am definitely going to go back and read more. The fact that this is the nineteenth in the series was not a problem since it easily stands alone. I found that this is an easy story to get into and really enjoyed everything. I adored Lucy's daughter, Molly and hope to read more about her. The inhabitants in Tinker's Cove seem like and interesting bunch and I can't wait to get to know them better.
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