No matter if you are a parent, grandparent, godparent, aunt, uncle, or family friend, sometimes you want to give a nice Easter gift that isn't candy or sugar filled desserts and drinks. I'm one of those parents. My children get enough sweets from their grandparents for Easter, so we focus more on other things in their Easter baskets each year. My favorite thing to give all year is books. So, of course I would give books for Easter, too! Add special personalization to those books, and you have a lifelong keepsake.
Put Me in the Story: Easter Surprise is an adorable hardback book that you can have personalized with your child's name, as well as a little message, and the child's photo.
Through out the entire book of such cute illustrations, your child's name and city will be in the story, where they are a little Easter bunny that is gifted to two young children. The bunny goes around delivering eggs and goodies, and then comes back to the children. Not only will your child love seeing themselves in the story, but they will have it as a keepsake forever. Everyone loves personalized items, but children especially like to have items that are exclusively theirs. It makes them feel special.
Through out the book as you read, or even after you've finished, you can look for 20 hidden Easter eggs. If you lose track of one, or can't find them, they included a handy illustrated key in the very back which shows you were they are hidden through out the book.
In addition to the book, you can get this soft, plush Melissa & Doug bunny rabbit as well. I cannot even explain to you how soft this bunny is! It's unlike anything I've ever felt when it comes to a plush animal, and it's from Melissa & Doug, so you know it's well made.
You can purchase both as a set on Put Me in the Story
Also check out I Love You Honey Bunny + Plush Set
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