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Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite
Joe Dreamer and His Easter Bunny is a holiday-themed picture book for children written by Karlene Stewart and illustrated by Telmo Sampaio. Joe Dreamer loved springtime. For one thing, his birthday was celebrated during that season, but even more exciting for Joe was the Easter holiday. Joe loved the Easter-related artistic activities that they had in school, including drawing decorated Easter eggs, and he wondered if their upcoming field trip would include sightings of rabbits. Joe didn’t get to see rabbits on his field trip, but he did get to make one when they did crafts. He told his mom about that when he got home, and she had some exciting news for him as well. They would all be going to an Easter Fair that Saturday. Mom promised that there’d be egg hunts and Easter-themed sweets, and they’d all have lots of fun. Above all, Joe hoped he’d get to see the Easter Bunny.
Karlene Stewart’s holiday-themed picture book for children, Joe Dreamer and His Easter Bunny, is an entertaining tale about a six-year-old boy who loves Easter and the Easter Bunny. The reader gets to share Joe’s excitement as he celebrates Easter in school and at the Easter Fair, where his parents have a special surprise waiting for him. Telmo Sampaio’s illustrations are awesome! There’s any number of bunnies, decorated eggs and other decorations for kids to marvel over, and they’re all beautifully and brightly colored. There’s even a bunny running through Joe’s classroom that careful readers will enjoy spotting. This book is chock full of great ideas for art projects for kids and is a perfect selection for new readers to try on their own as well. Joe Dreamer and His Easter Bunny is most highly recommended.