REVIEW: The Berenstain Bears Easter Magic by Stan and Jan Berenstain


Title: The Berenstain Bears Easter Magic
Author: Stan and Jan Berenstain
Year of Publication: 1997
Genre: Childrens
Format: Ebook
Length: 10 pages
First Line: “Snow was melting.”

Summary: Enjoy the coming of springtime and the Easter season with The Berenstain Bears in this cheerful board book. Full-color illustrations.

Review: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a honest review.

This book was originally published in 1997 as a board book and honestly should have stayed in that format. It doesn’t make sense in as an ebook. At only 10 pages in length, the ebook was laid out with 2-5 pages on the screen. It made it more difficult to read and see what was happening in each picture.

The story was actually not really about the Easter bunny or about Easter. The majority of it discussed on a kid level about the changing seasons from winter to spring… and then suddenly the Easter bunny was there giving Brother and Sister Bear candy.

Honestly, I’d get it for a parent or a classroom just because it is a Berenstain Bear book. That’s all it had going for it.

Worst part: Why was the Easter bunny there?

Best part: Hey Berenstain bears!

Grade: D

Recommend For: Parents

Other Books by This Author: The Berenstain Bears and the Messy Room and The Berenstain Bears’ Trouble at School


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