Easter Egg Day

Easter Egg Day

Board Book

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Overview

It’s time for Easter eggs—yellow, green, blue, and red! In Easter Egg Day, written by Tara Knudson and illustrated by Pauline Siewert, kids will love watching how plain white eggs turn to colorful zig-zags, stripes, and patterns as this board book celebrates the classic Easter family tradition.

Neighbors, friends,
At the door,
Baskets held,
Eggs galore!

Easter Egg Day’s sweet read-aloud rhymes and bright illustrations are perfect for cherishing holiday memories—and making new ones! Parents and grandparents will love sharing this book with their little ones—who will be inspired to create their own unique eggs after reading this adorable story.

Easter Egg Day:

  • Has glitter on the front cover
  • Includes a recipe on the back to encourage readers to dye their own Easter eggs
  • Is the perfect size for Easter gifts, with board book pages that are easy for little hands to turn

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780310767527
Publisher: Zonderkidz
Publication date: 02/04/2020
Pages: 16
Sales rank: 990,034
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.38(d)
Age Range: 3 Months to 4 Years

About the Author

Tara Knudson is a former teacher who has been writing poetry and stories since she was a young girl growing up in Chicago. Her published work can be found in children's magazines, greeting cards, calendars, and a poetry anthology for teens. Christmas Cookie Day, Easter Egg Day, and Valentine’s Day Treats are all part of Tara’s collected works celebrating a childlike approach to beloved holiday celebrations.


Pauline was born in Tanzania, East Africa where she spent the early part of her childhood before moving to the UK. She loved to draw and paint, both alone and in a local children's art class.

After doing a foundation course at Wimbledon School of Art she went on to study graphics and illustration at Kingston Polytechnic. After graduating she worked at a display and exhibitions company before moving on to be a full time visualizer in a small London-based design agency, specializing in brand identity and packaging. Eventually she went on to work freelance as an illustrator and has produced many books for children and greetings cards. When not illustrating, she is usually reading, walking, collecting books, looking at art or listening to music.

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