Nonna’s Corner: Easter Edition

February 28th, 2018 Kimberly Review 10 Comments

28th Feb

Nonna’s Corner is where I share books and things reviewed by myself and my grandchildren affectionately known as the Royals. It’s the Easter Edition of Nonna’s Corner and today I have three Spring/Easter picture books that are eggtastic for your little ones. Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy!
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Nonna’s Corner: Easter Edition
Peeps on a Perch
by Andrea Posner-Sanchez
Genres: Childrens
Pages: 32
Source: Publisher
Purchase: Amazon
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Rating: One StarOne StarOne StarOne Star

Start a new Easter tradition with Peep on a Perch--the PEEPS® plush and picturebook boxed set the whole family will love!

Step aside, Elf--Peep on a Perch is the newest holiday tradition around! Peep on a Perch is a book and plush boxed set that makes the perfect Easter gift. The storybook, perfect for boys and girls ages 3 to 7, tells how the Easter Peep assists the Easter Bunny every year. The adorable Easter Peep helps decorate eggs and fill baskets, and sees all the acts of kindness a child does in the days and weeks leading up to Easter. The soft plush Easter Peep included in the set can be perched anywhere throughout the home. Children will be proud to have the Easter Peep watch them being good all day as they get ready for bed without making a fuss, help out around the house, and use good manners. And the more kindness the Easter Peep sees, the happier the Easter Peep gets! PEEPS® fans of all ages will love to make this a new Easter family tradition.

Peep on a Perch is a cute take on Elf on a Shelf and the book comes boxed with a plush yellow Peep. The book encourages children to help, share and be kind as the Peep reports directly to the Easter Bunny. The book hints that children who are good might get an extra treat or colored egg in their basket. Sophia took to this idea immediately, but also enjoying spotting the peep throughout the book. One page featuring the family at dinner didn’t have the Peep perched anywhere and this was quite distressing. We’ve read the story several times, and while we haven’t done anything to encourage that the Peep is watching, she has taken to doing random chores within its sight. The pages are beautifully illustrated and feature the Peep logo prominently. All in all, this was a cute Easter book.

  • Age Range: 3 – 7 years
  • Grade Level: Preschool – 2

Peep on a Perch Collage

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Around here Paw Patrol is a pretty big deal, so spending time with Chase, Sky, and Ryder created excitement. Count on the Easter Pups shows the pups getting ready for an Easter celebration and teaches counting along the way. Sophia’s favorite page was filled with hidden Easter Eggs that she had to find. I love that this is a board book and perfect for Clayton (1 years old) as well. For fans of Paw Patrol, this is a win for their Easter basket.

  • Grade Level: Preschool and up

Count on the Easter Pups Collage

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Runaway Baby Brother by Katy Hudson is the follow-up book to Runaway Egg but works on its own. This beautifully illustrated story shares older brother’s frustration at having his new baby brother tag along. The story is a familiar one with adorable fuzzy chicks. As the story progressed we see the older brother become more frustrated at having his little brother tag along. He needs attention, cannot keep up and gets into mischief. Having had enough big brother wonders off and spends a glorious, peaceful afternoon alone. As night begins to fall, he becomes fearful of being alone. This is of course when baby brother appears and big brother realizes maybe the little guy isn’t so bad. I loved the message and Sophia loved the pictures that accompanied the story.

  • Age Range: 3 – 7 years
  • Grade Level: Preschool – 2

Runaway Baby Brother

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It’s the Easter Edition of Nonna’s Corner and today I have three Spring/Easter picture books that are eggtastic for your little ones. Peeps on a Perch, Count on the Easter Pup and Runaway Baby Brother #childrens Click To Tweet
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Kimberly is a coffee loving book addict who reads and listens to fictional stories in all genres. She's a self-professed Whovian, as well as a Supernatural, and Sherlock Holmes junkie, She enjoys sharing books, tips, recipes and hosting the Sunday Post. The coffee is always on and she is ready to chat...Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

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10 Responses to “Nonna’s Corner: Easter Edition”

  1. Laura

    How adorable. These make perfect presents for the so many friends with tiny toddlers running around 🙂

  2. Mary

    OMG, how cute…Peeps on a Perch. I love it. Amazing cute. We still like Paw Patrol. We are a little older so these books don’t apply to us but when I come across one I do read it. I am glad you review these tho. People should have variety and it’s good to read to kids. I always read to mine and they are better off for it. We love Pat the Bunny when they were really young. Oh take me back. (I am getting teary)

    • Kimberly

      I read to mine too Mary and they are all readers, so its fun reading to the grandchildren and building their library.