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Pete the cat: Big Easter Adventure (edition 1900)
by James Dean (Autor)
Pete the Cat: Big Easter Adventure by Kimberly Dean
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Pete the cat gets to help out his friend the Easter Bunny. He is excited for Easter because he gets an Easter basket but his basket was empty this year. I liked this book because it shows you should help each other even if it is not the Easter bunny and I would do the same thing Pete did. I also liked the colors but in the middle of the book it randomly started rhyming.
Pete the Cat is appointed as an unwitting helper to a troubled Easter Bunny and races to deliver eggs before time runs out, in a tale complemented by a poster, punch-out cards, and stickers.
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Melvil Decimal System (DDC)394.2667 — Social sciences Customs, Etiquette, Folklore General Customs Special Occasions Holidays Christian holidays Easter
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Much as with Pete the Cat: The Great Leprechaun Chase, I found myself singularly unimpressed with this Easter offering. I've read all of the full-sized Pete the Cat picture-books, and a smattering of the early readers and other titles, because the character is so popular at work, but these holiday offerings just feel gratuitous and unnecessary, as if the Deans were coattail-riding at this point. The rhymes here were only so-so, the story somewhat odd - no, Pete the Cat, helping others, as laudable as it may be, is not what Easter is "all about" - and the artwork uninspiring. Determined fans of the character might find this one appealing, especially with the Easter cards and poster that have been included, but I'd advise all others to give it a miss. ( )