Easter Bunny rushes out on Easter morning, basket brimming, but he’s so excited that he forgets to watch where he’s going! Hippity, hoppity…FLOP!
Easter Bunny’s puppy pals come to the rescue in this sweet holiday tale featuring enchanting pop-ups, flaps, and interactive surprises on every spread.
Hooray for the EASTER PUPPY PARADE!
|Publisher:||Jumping Jack Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.50(w) x 8.60(h) x 0.80(d)|
|Age Range:||3 - 6 Years|
About the Author
Janet Lawler resides in Farmington, Connecticut, USA. Her books have appeared in the Scholastic Book Clubs, the Children's Book of the Month Club, and in translation editions that include Spanish, Japanese, Hebrew, French, and Korean. Her nonfiction picture book, Ocean Counting (National Geographic) was named an Outstanding Science Trade Book for 2014 by the National Science Teachers’ Association. EASTER PUPPY PARADE is Janet's 18th published book. Her pop-up titles include Silly Ghosts, Silly Skeletons, Silly Haunted House, Santa's Tree, and Arctic Christmas.
Born and raised in Hong Kong, Irene came to the US when she was 18, and received her BFA in graphic design from the Savannah College of Art & Design.
She has had a successful career in multiple disciplines in design, from digital media to TV and broadcast design. It was the birth of her son in 2012 that prompted her to rekindle the love she has with books, publishing, and creating art for products that touches people in their every day lives. She describes her style as "playful, colorful, whimsical, and lively", with motifs and color palettes that are vibrant and happy, and can bring a smile to people's faces. Irene's travels through Europe and Asia, as well as Iceland and Tanzania, have provided vast cultural references for her work.
Her artwork now graces greeting cards, children’s books, stationery, wall art, puzzles and games, and other home decor products. She now lives with her husband and son in Atlanta, Georgia.
Renee Jablow resides in Los Angeles where she creates pop-ups and paper novelties for publishing, advertising, and packaging. She learned the art of paper engineering at Intervisual Books (Piggy Toes Press) where she worked for thirteen years. Credited with paper engineering more than seventy pop-up and novelty books, Renee particularly enjoys trying to reinvent the concept of a book by developing new book formats. A highlight of her freelance work was being nominated for a Grammy for "Best Recording Package" for The Ditty Bops' "Summer Rains" pop-up CD package. (www.reneejablow.com)