Is This . . . Easter? (Helen Yoon's Is This . . .?) (Hardcover)

Is This . . . Easter? (Helen Yoon's Is This . . .?) By Helen Yoon, Helen Yoon (Illustrator) Cover Image

Is This . . . Easter? (Helen Yoon's Is This . . .?) (Hardcover)

By Helen Yoon, Helen Yoon (Illustrator)

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What’s the deal with all the eggs? With her trademark visual humor and comic timing, Helen Yoon takes a look at a puzzling holiday tradition.

Look, an egg! An egg left by a bunny! What does that mean? It means it’s time to celebrate . . . Easter! Or is it time to celebrate breakfast? In Helen Yoon’s scenario, a difference of opinion arises between excitable pups, and the egg bearer (and ultimate squabble settler) is, naturally, an enormous, Zen-like bear wearing tiny bunny ears. As the bear demonstrates, whether it’s decorating eggs or eating them, Easter is kind of . . . delicious! Helen Yoon’s fresh and hilarious take on the Easter holiday—part of a quirky new series of picture books—is a delightful blend of bumbling affection and slack-jawed wonder.
Helen Yoon is . . . very funny and very sharp. The author-illustrator of Sheepish (Wolf Under Cover), her critically acclaimed debut picture book, as well as Off-Limits and I’m a Unicorn, she is a professional illustrator and freelance concept designer. Helen Yoon lives in the Los Angeles area.
Product Details ISBN: 9781536226287
ISBN-10: 1536226289
Publisher: Candlewick
Publication Date: January 2nd, 2024
Pages: 32
Language: English
Series: Helen Yoon's Is This . . .?
These playful, expressive creatures are sure to elicit giggles from little readers. The stylized, pop-eyed, thick-lined illustrations brim with child appeal, but Yoon also folds in a subtle message about compromise; caregivers can help little ones see connections with real-world situations. The layers to this story, combined with delightful art, should earn this tale a prominent place on bookshelves. An instantly rereadable holiday must-have.
—Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

Yoon tackles the subject in a humorous way that kids and their adults will enjoy. . . A fun Easter romp that tackles a strange tradition, which might prompt a bit of family togetherness searching for answers! A playful boost to holiday collections.
—School Library Journals