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Sorry Peter Cottontail. The Easter Cat has replaced the Easter bunny. For good?

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Forget the Easter Bunny.
And try a visit with Easter Cat (Dial, $16.99). Deborah Underwood’s uproariously hilarious new book, illustrated by Claudia Rueda, is the perfect fit for your kiddie baskets.
The holiday has a new adorable animal taking the helm, and his name is Easter Cat. Cat is grumpy. Why should the Easter Bunny get all the love? Delivering eggs isn't all that impressive, so Cat decides to take over! But it turns out delivering Easter eggs is more work than Cat thought. And it doesn't leave much time for naps. So when an exhausted, nap-less Easter Bunny shows up, Cat is forced to admit that the Easter Bunny might, maybe, possibly deserve all the adoration—and maybe even a little help.
Easter Cat provides an endless amount of laughter for young readers and caretakers. Rueda’s illustrations playfully show Cat up to mischievous antics despite the gentle guidance of Underwood’s narrator, making for a fun read aloud. Next up? Cat takes on Christmas in October 2014. Watch out, Santa!


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