We’re Going on an Egg Hunt: A Lift-the-Flap Adventure (The Bunny Adventures)


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Product description


A hol­i­day read that is cheer­ful­ly chaot­ic and ener­get­i­cal­ly well cal­cu­lat­ed ― The Observ­er

The illus­tra­tions are love­ly and spring-like, with lots to spot and dis­cuss; the book will make a love­ly alter­na­tive gift for East­er ― Par­ents in Touch

Book Description

Join the East­er Bun­nies on an excit­ing lift-the-flap East­er egg hunt. Per­fect for fans of the clas­sic We’re Going on a Bear Hunt and Pep­pa Pig: Pep­pa’s East­er Egg Hunt

About the Author

Martha Mum­ford has loved chil­dren’s books for­ev­er. Shhh! Don’t Wake the Roy­al Baby is her first chil­dren’s pic­ture book and she is delight­ed to be work­ing with Blooms­bury. Martha loves bak­ing, patch­work and has a mild obses­sion with inte­ri­ors mag­a­zines (although she freely admits that the ideas she has found there­in have yet to be trans­lat­ed to the inte­ri­or of her own home!). Martha lives in Berk­shire with her hus­band and young daughter.

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Additional information

Dimensions 25.2 × 0.7 × 25.4 cm

Bloomsbury Childrens Books 25 Feb. 2016




24 pages






25.2 x 0.7 x 25.4 cm


  1. Jan­sy

    My grand­daugh­ter adored it!My 2 year old grand­daugh­ter absolute­ly adored this book instead of an East­er egg. In fact her old­er sis­ter put her egg down to read the book to her lit­tle sis­ter! Fab­u­lous book. She loved all the lift up flaps.

  2. Miss R

    Bril­liantLove this book!!! I work in an SEN school and at our school like most schools were going on a bear hunt is a huge favourite. So this book is great and the kids don’t take long to get the hang of the sto­ry and join in! Able to cre­ate lots of relat­able activ­i­ties to the sto­ry too.

  3. jop­sy

    Beau­ti­ful illus­tra­tionsArrived with a big foot­print on the box, and the book spine was bent, not a prob­lem as it was replaced asap by Ama­zon (v pleas­ing) The books is based on the v famil­iar for­mat of ‘we’re going on a bear hunt’ so the chil­dren in class picked up on the rep­e­ti­tion imme­di­ate­ly! The illus­tra­tions were love­ly and the chil­dren recog­nised it was by the same per­son who drew anoth­er of their favourite sto­ries ‘There’s a pig up my nose’ A love­ly new ‘favourite’ book for Easter.

  4. Eliz­a­beth

    A big hit with my tod­dler!This series of books are love­ly for an inter­ac­tive read for younger chil­dren — my tod­dler loves this one and the chil­dren in my class (4/5 year olds) enjoy them too! The illus­tra­tions are charm­ing and detailed — it makes a great gift too!Be warned, you’ll be read­ing it on repeat!!!

  5. Clare­Had

    Beau­ti­ful book but seems famil­iar…I was ini­tial­ly dis­ap­point­ed this book seems to be a big rip off of We’re Going on a Bear Hunt (and there is no ref­er­ence to it at the begin­ning!) but this is now one of my two year old daugh­ter’s favourite books. Beau­ti­ful illus­tra­tions with flaps hid­ing eggs to find, she asks for it at bed­time every night! Per­fect Spring read.

  6. Tra­cy

    Sim­ple non reli­gious East­er sto­ry.What a cute sto­ry although I think it’s a bit young for my grand­sons 4&5 it was good that my 5 year old was able to read some of it. The sto­ry is same set up as bear hunt. One down side the flaps are not very strong and after one gen­tle read­ing the flaps are already show­ing wear. That’s why I’ve giv­en a 4 star. If flaps were stronger it would be five all the way.

  7. Ama­zon Customer

    Engag­ing bookAbsolute­ly love this book. I bought if for my sons for East­er. The lit­tle flaps make the book enjoy­able and keeps them engaged to the end. We also have the ‘we’re going on an elf chase’ which was a hit at Christ­mas time

  8. Fun12

    Love this book!!Love this book!! Brought it for my 6 year old as an East­er present, the book is just beau­ti­ful­ly illus­trat­ed and each page has a flap with a pic­ture of an egg behind it! Lit­tle one loves it!!

  9. HP

    Love­ly bookI bought this for my son (18 months) at East­er and he real­ly loves it; he fre­quent­ly asks to read it and real­ly enjoys lift­ing the flaps to dis­cov­er what’s behind each one.It fol­lows the theme of ‘We’re going on a bear hunt’ and has love­ly illustrations.I would rec­om­mend it.

  10. Kin­dle Customer

    Love­ly East­er book for a small childMy one year old loved this for East­er. Didn’t want to get him a lot of choco­late so the East­er Bun­ny left this and he’s loved lift­ing the flaps to find the eggs and point­ing at all the ani­mals. Beau­ti­ful­ly illustrated

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