Where’s the Bunny?: An Egg-cellent Search and Find Book (Search and Find Activity)


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Product description

Book Description

MISSING CHOCOLATE EGG ALERT! Hop to it and help Bun­ny find these tasty treasures.

About the Author

Chuck Whelon is an artist and author who cre­ates orig­i­nal comics, games, puz­zles and books for read­ers of all ages. He is the illus­tra­tor behind the best­selling title Where’s the Pen­guin? (Michael O’Mara Books) and Where’s the Mer­maid? (Pen­guin). He lives in San Fran­cis­co, CA. Find him on Twit­ter @chuckwhelon.

Helen Brown stud­ied Eng­lish at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Sus­sex, before becom­ing a writer and edi­tor of chil­dren’s books. She lives and works in London.

From the Publisher

where's the bunny is an easter themed search and find book for children

welcome to easter land

a fairy tale search scene from where's the bunny

extra items and hidden objects to search for

Find the elusive Easter bunny

Test your spot­ting skills as you hunt for the East­er Bun­ny and ten choco­late eggs. There are 11 hid­den items to spot on every page.

13 scenes to search

From search­ing under the sea with the Lit­tle Mer­maid to scour­ing the genie’s cave with Aladdin, there are 13 intri­cate­ly illus­trat­ed scenes to search.

4 extra items to find

With 4 addi­tion­al items to find in every loca­tion, this fun-filled activ­i­ty book promis­es hours of fun for the whole family.

where's the bunny book photo with others in the where's the series

Where's The series logo

Oth­er titles in the series include:

  • Where’s the Uni­corn
  • Where’s the Sloth
  • Where’s the Lla­ma
  • Where’s the Dinosaur
  • Where’s the Pup­py
  • Where’s the Elf
  • Where’s San­ta’s Rein­deer

Where’s Wal­ly fans will love this mag­i­cal, fan­ta­sy-themed, search and find adventure.

East­er is approach­ing fast. The rab­bits are busy in their choco­late egg work­shop and can’t wait to fill their bas­kets with these tasty trea­sures. But dis­as­ter strikes when a whole batch fall down the rab­bit hole and land in Fairyland!

This sea­son­al puz­zle chal­lenge will take chil­dren on an enchant­i­ng jour­ney through their favourite fairy tales and as they try to find Bun­ny, ten eggs and a chirp­ing chick or two.

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Additional information

Dimensions 21.59 × 0.25 × 27.94 cm

Buster Books 21 Feb. 2019




48 pages





Reading age

4 - 12 years


21.59 x 0.25 x 27.94 cm


  1. MrsK

    Great East­er GiftI pur­chased this for my five year old daugh­ter as she enjoys Where’s Wal­ly and thought this would be a good East­er book for her.The idea is that on each page you should try to find the East­er bun­ny, ten dif­fer­ent­ly dec­o­rat­ed East­er eggs and a chick. Each page is based on a fairy­tale — for exam­ple Hansel and Gre­tel, The Pied Piper etc…My daugh­ter has been real­ly enjoy­ing this book. I like these books as I find they help devel­op her con­cen­tra­tion and her patience with an added bonus that she will sit qui­et­ly while she search­es for every­thing! A love­ly book, would recommend.

  2. Gavcwc

    Warn­ing! Cheap rehash of the wheres the princess book!So in short we bought the wheres the bun­ny book. My daugh­ter loved it and so we looked at get­ting anoth­er in the same series. (wheres the princess)Imagine my sur­prise when I saw they were essen­tial­ly the same (see pic­tures) bar some minor changes. It looks like they just added the bun­ny plus some eggs into the wheres the princess book and tried to present it as a new book.Felt this was a bla­tant cash grab and real­ly it should be clear­ly stat­ed as such.As a stand­alone book I would have rat­ed 4 stars but removed a star for this cheap rehash ploy.

  3. Review­bug

    Makes a quirky & qual­i­ty east­er giftCan­not get over the qual­i­ty of this prod­uct — con­sid­er­ing such a low price.!?Impressed with size of the book, the paper quality/thickness and colours of the illus­tra­tions and dif­fer­ent theme on each page )19 pages approx i Bought this as a quirky /different East­er gift for fam­i­ly and friends instead of choc this East­er. They’re so nice ill order anoth­er one to keep for myself!

  4. Laura22

    Good funReal­ly kept the atten­tion of a 4 year old — there is a lot to spot and the pic­tures are great — each scene is from a dif­fer­ent fairy tale and there is an amal­ga­ma­tion of all the sto­ries in the last scene so there was egg spot­ting and sto­ry spot­ting too. So good we bought the uni­corn ver­sion, but that sad­ly was­n’t as good.

  5. mrs brown

    Engag­ing good qual­i­ty bookThis book is very good for inter­ac­tion with your child, there is mass­es to dis­cuss and enjoy. Each page gives a per­fect oppor­tu­ni­ty to revisit/visit the fairy sto­ry, share the details in the pic­ture and then search for the eggs/bunny/chick. The answers at the back give more details to find. I would rec­om­mend this book as a great East­er present.

  6. Will

    good book, just not enough puz­zlesour DD got through the book pret­ty quick­ly, half the book is explain­ing the answers to find the eggs, they should had filled the book up with more scenes and search and finds. over­all a lit­tle fun over east­er but wont last much longer than a week r twoo,

  7. Pixie81

    Bought for my 9 year OldA great addi­tion to my 9‑year-old’s East­er ham­per this year. Most of the East­er books avail­able were a bit child­ish for her age, but this was perfect.

  8. Jean kaye

    Qual­i­ty plus good inter­ac­tion for child and adultLove­ly book I’m sure my grand­daugh­ter will have loads of fun look­ing for the east­er bun­ny, chick and eggs. Seem decent qual­i­ty alto­geth­er I’m pret­ty pleased 5stars

  9. Nolan­s­ki

    Good East­er fun for a 6 year oldGood alter­na­tive to buy­ing too much choco­late for East­er! Our 6 year old real­ly enjoyed this.

  10. Ama­zon Customer

    Buy itGreat lit­tle book. My 4yo loved it. The dif­fer­ent scenes are fab. Lots of things to do.

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