Snowball’s Search for Easter

71LPqddyT8L._SL1300_[1]Snowball’s Search for Easter
By Billie Atamer
Illustrated by: David and Margaret Ramey

This is a super-cute picture book for kids just in time for Easter. Kids will love to learn more about what Easter really is in this fun and yet serious book.

The story is about snowball, a kitten, who wants to know what Easter is. Snowball runs around looking everywhere for Easter. She searches high and low in an egg. But still no luck! Then Snowball sees a beautiful pocket in Hailey’s new Easter dress and she tries to find Easter in it, but instead she rips the pocket. Then Snowball looks in a boiling pot and basket. But still she couldn’t find Easter. So where is Easter?

Then one evening she gets her answer while Haley’s father was reading the little white book. Snowball discovered that Easter is a very special time to those who believe in God. God alone can give us life forever and forgiveness. But can Hailey forgive snowball for tearing the pocket on her new Easter dress?

This book will inspire kids to read and read this book. It is a book that will teach kids the real meaning of Easter in a colourful and kid-friendly way. I really loved the book and will be reading it to my friend’s kids before Easter.

Rating: 5 stars

Reviewed by: Irene S. Roth

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