The Easter Egg Artists eBook ´ The Easter PDF or

The Easter Egg Artists eBook ´ The Easter PDF or

  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • The Easter Egg Artists
  • Adrienne Adams
  • English
  • 06 May 2015
  • 9780689714818

10 thoughts on “The Easter Egg Artists

  1. Hilary Hilary says:

    45 stars What gorgeous illustrations This book is so beautiful to look through and has a wonderful storyline A rabbit family with a love of decorating paint just about everything you can think of with wonderful designs Their busy time of year is Easter when their family business decorates and hides eggs This is a perfect Easter read I did wonder why these characters were rabbits and not hares which are the traditional deliverers of eggs but this is a wonderful book nonethelessRead on open library

  2. Kathryn Kathryn says:

    Lovely nostalgic illustrations and a fun story about a family of bunnies working together to paint Easter eggs among other things and a young bunny discovering his artistic talents and interests I love the family vibe of this story and how much faith mother and father bunny have in their son and his ability to choose the right path for himself A wonderful choice for Easter

  3. Lisa Vegan Lisa Vegan says:

    Wonderful illustrations Charming story about a family of artists who paint Easter eggs their car and a bunch of other things some on commission and they happen to be bunnies who live in a community of bunnies What makes the story special is the development of young Orson from a typical youngster with a short attention span to a passionate artist who becomes the star of his little family and a child who finds his passion which happens to be the family business of beautiful and creative painting

  4. Abigail Abigail says:

    The marvelously talented Adrienne Adams an artist whose Halloween fare from A Woggle of Witches to A Halloween Happening is deliciously creepy here turns her attention to the holiday of Easter and the result is a picture book that is sweetly adorable without being at all cutesy or overdone The story of the Abbotts Father Abbott Mother Abbott and Orson Abbott and the process whereby young Orson becomes passionately involved in his parents' calling as Easter Egg artists was simply delightful from the opening page There are Abbotts and there are Abbotts These Abbotts are rabbits The rabbit Abbotts make the designs on Easter eggs onwardNot only was the narrative of The Easter Egg Artists involving and likely to keep young readers entertained children will be tickled at this story of a youngster who surpasses even his parents and this despite their worries about him but the gorgeous pastel artwork was just breathtaking I've raved about Adams' work before but I don't think I had hitherto fully appreciated the softer side of her work This is just a charming book in every respect and one that I highly recommend to anyone looking for lighthearted as opposed to religious Easter stories or who is a fan of the artist

  5. Luisa Knight Luisa Knight says:

    Here's an inspirational read to get out right before your family paints Easter eggs Your eggs are bound to be creative after this storyAges 4 8#easter #eastereggsLike my reviews? I also have hundreds of detailed reports that I offer too These reports give a complete break down of everything in the book so you'll know just how clean it is or isn't I also have Clean Guides downloadable PDFs which enable you to clean up your book before reading it Visit my website The Book Radar

  6. Darcy Darcy says:

    This book is about Orson Abbott who is a rabbit and how he learns from his parents to paint beautiful Easter eggs It was a longer book than Mom usually reads to me but I loved seeing all of the things Orson painted and was pretty into it from start to finish

  7. Melki Melki says:

    Aaaa Too marvelous for words These bunnies decorate EVERYTHINGJust look at their car AaaaI love this book

  8. Christina Christina says:

    When I was a young child I had an Easter picture book that had an illustration that I loved The illustration showed bunnies in an Easter egg factory with eggs on conveyor belts I think I don’t know the title or the author or what happened to it but I’ve been searching for that book since I was a teen It’s not The Country Bunny though I had that one It’s not The Golden Egg Book though I remember that one too I thought this may have been it It has beautiful illustrations was published in the right timeframe it’s an Easter book about bunnies painting eggs But alas this is not the book I’m looking forStill it’s a lovely book with a vaguely hippy inspired plot about a family of bunny artists who travel at random during the winter looking for a warm place to camp and picking up odd jobs as they go until Easter approaches and it’s time to paint eggs their one steady job a year Maybe hippy isn’t the right word But the bunny world is civilized with houses and bridges and planes and cars to paint Yet our bunny family is pretty free spirited traveling with no plan or destination It just felt 1970s in spiritThe bunny parents are hoping their son will join the family business but he lacks focus Oddly despite being bunnies they only have the one child Everything works out of course The strength of this book is really in the charming and softly colorful illustrationsAdams did write and illustrate another Easter book Maybe that’s the one I’m searching for

  9. Sarah Sarah says:

    This is a book from my childhood so of course it's extra special It's the story of a family of rabbits who have the fun job of painting Easter eggs This year their son will help them but he doesn't show much interest in the task But when they go on vacation and begin to get offers to paint other things like a house a plane a bridge he really gets into it When they get home to start the task of painting the Easter eggs they wonder if their son will be up for the challenge Turns out he has a surprise in store for themThe story is wonderful and the watercolor illustrations so detailed and charming make this a very special holiday story

  10. Judy Judy says:

    Who knew that a family of rabbits the Abbotts were Easter egg artists? And that they had a lovely studio in which to work? Surprisingly this couple had only one son Orson a pre adolescent The parents wonder if he'll ever settle down and learn to paint Here we have a coming of age tale of a budding artistOne double page spread shows the three Abbotts each carrying a flashlight out at night hiding the eggs That's uniue

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The Easter Egg Artists[Ebook] ➣ The Easter Egg Artists Author Adrienne Adams – Orson Abbott is a rabbit His parents decorate Easter eggs When the Abbotts go on vacation they have lots of adventures Orson likes decorating but not as much as he likes to play When a family wants th Orson Abbott is a rabbit His parents decorate Easter eggs When the Abbotts go on vacation they have lots of adventures Orson likes decorating but not as much as he likes to play When a family wants their house decorated Orson gets to do The Easter PDF or the high partsA pilot wants his plane to have designs and Orson gets a free rideWhen the townspeople ask the Abbotts to paint the town bridge Orson decides he wants to do the whole thing by himself It takes a lot of hard work but Orson loves it and never gets tired.

About the Author: Adrienne Adams

Adrienne Adams February December was a children's book illustrator She won two Caldecott Honors in and and in she was awarded the Rutgers Award for overall contributions to children’s literature In she won a University of The Easter PDF or Southern Mississippi MedallionShe was born in Fort Smith Arkansas and grew up in Oklahoma She obtained a BA at Stephens College w.