Frankie Bridge famed for being in the girl group The Saturdays, has collaborated with Cadbury to create The Tale of the Great Easter Bunny, which is the release of her first ever book!
The book is downloadable and is a re-adaptation of The Tale of the Great Bunny which was created by Cadbury 20 years ago and celebrates The Easter Bunny and encourages families across the nation to take part in their own magical Easter Egg Hunts together over the Easter season.
It follows siblings Jack and Molly as they discover a series of mysterious clues left around the house and garden and embark on an enchanting Easter Egg Hunt with their parents, Tom and Sarah. What the family don’t know is that there is a secret hidden rabbit hole at the bottom of their garden…where the Easter Bunny lives.
Speaking on the launch of The Tale of the Great Easter Bunny, Frankie said “It’s actually. Little bit of a secret but Easter is my favourite holiday! We used to have Easter Egg Hunts every year and now I love to do the same for my own children.
“Creating a book is also something I hair always wanted to do and in many way, it’s not so different to writing songs. I really do hope families will love the book and it will inspire them to go on their very own magical Easter Egg Hunts.”
You can download The Tale of the Great Easter Bunny for free from the Cadbury website right now.
The Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts National Trust are also back for 2018 and there are over 300 hunts to choose from across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, guaranteeing a fun-filled Easter for everyone. To discover the nearest hunt to you, visit Cadbury.co.uk/Easter
We received The Tale of the Great Easter Bunny book to review along with a selection of Cadbury Easter chocolate, we were very spoilt and I think I may need to go on a diet after indulging on the chocolate.
The first thing I noticed is the famous Cadbury purple colour on the book, well it wouldn’t be Cadbury without the purple would it?
The illustrations in the book were beautiful with lots of detail, something children would look and tell their parents what it going on in the book even if they cannot read yet. There are full page illustrations on every other page and the story on the other pages.
The words are quite small and there is quite a lot on each page, I am not sure if a younger child would have difficulty in reading it alone.
The story itself is a lovely magical story about an Easter Egg hunt and how the Easter Bunny arranges it all and leaves little clues around the place for the children to find. It really is a beautiful story that will capture children’s imaginations.
This book is ideal to read at Easter or any time of the year really to keep the magic alive, a perfect bedtime story.
If you haven’t read it yet, grab it now for free by downloading it here.
Disclaimer: We received this product for free in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are our own and not influenced in any way.