Spot and his friends, Helen and Hippo, enjoy the annual Easter-egg hunt, encouraging young readers to participate in the search by lifting flaps that reveal a variety of surprises. Reprint. PW.
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It's Easter, and the mischievous yet very accommodating Easter Bunny has hidden six eggs for Spot the dog and his friend Helen the hippo. Lurking playfully behind shed doors, shrubs, and fences, the bunny gives the youngsters hints as they track down the colorfully wrapped chocolate treats. For over 15 years, young readers have joined Spot and Helen on their spirited search, lifting flaps and learning to count along the way. ("Spot and Helen have found three eggs... Are there more?") Now, with this small board-book edition of the lift-the-flap favorite, yet another generation can fall in love with the roly-poly tan and brown-spotted pup and his big blue friend. Parents will find this a perfect addition to their little one's basket on Easter morning. Other delightful Spot titles by Eric Hill include Where's Spot?, Spot Goes to School, and Spot Helps Out). (Baby to preschool) --Emilie CoulterAbout the Author :
Eric Hill was born in London in 1927. He left school at 15 to work in a shipping office in the city. At 16 he joined an art studio as a messenger where he was encouraged to draw cartoons in his spare time. In 1976 Eric's son Christopher was born and when he was 2 years old Eric made up a story about a small puppy to read to him at bedtime. In 1980 Where's Spot? was published and the rest is history.
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