Bunster, An Easter Story Book Review & Book Tour Giveaway

Spring is an exciting time for little ones--and for weather weary mommies and daddies too! If you are getting the family excited for Spring and the Easter holiday, you know that bunnies, ducks and spring flowers top your list of things to see and do!  Today, I have a cute little children's board book to share!  Check out Bunster, An Easter Story, learn about author and illustrator Christine Hwang Panzer--and be sure to enter for a chance to win a prize in the book tour giveaway at the end of this post.

Book TitleBunster, An Easter Story by Christine Hwang Panzer
Category:  Children's Fictions (ages 0-3), 16 pages
Genre:  Children's Picture Book
Publisher:  Mascot
Release date:   April 5, 2022
Content Rating:  G -Suitable for everyone. 

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About the Book

Join Bunster as he finds friends in unlikely places as a celebration of Easter!


My Review

Bunster is a Friendship Story. While the title calls the book an Easter story, it seems more of a story about cute animals and making friends! Aside from a decorated Easter egg--we didn't feel much of an Easter story. However, we did enjoy the Spring themes of bunnies, ducklings, and flowers--and the overall story of growing friendships as Bunster introduced new friends to his friend group.

Beautiful Illustrations Help Tell the Story. I think the highlight for me was the illustrations in the little book. I am reminded of Beatrix Potter, and Maurice Sendak as the images bring the author's animal characters to life. The pictures convey a soft, peaceful, happy feel to the story.

Would I Recommend Bunster, An Easter Story by Christine Hwang Panzer? This book is intended for young preschool children. While some of the vocabulary may be a bit advanced for little listeners--and the words are written in a cursive script--it is a cute storytime read with several pictures to discuss! The story is less of an Easter story than a Spring story with a focus on friendship. In fact, it is more of a quick look into Bunster's day as he introduces his friends to each other. I enjoyed the illustrations and the peaceful feel of the book. I think it would be a hit with animal-loving little ones and their families.


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Meet the Author

Christine is an artist that dabbles in storytelling and enjoys working in different mediums including marker, ink, watercolors and colored pencil. She enjoys drawing fantasy creatures, anthropomorphic animals, and kids. She lives with her husband, Ian and sweet black kitty, Kida in the Bay Area, California and likes to take walks, go out driving, and play video games and board games with her friends.

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