Easter Morning, Easter Sun Reviews
“Anderson tucks careful, child-friendly details into the simple compositions, rendering flora and fauna with greater realism than the bipedal, clothed felines. The fact that one of the assumed parent cats is a black cat is a nice change from the usual stereotypes around black cats. That the many mice (at least one of whom lives in the cats’ house) in the story live in harmony with—and even help—the cats is both entertaining and sweet. This Easter story focuses on things like springtime renewal as opposed to delving into the religious background of the holiday. Instructions for preparing decorated eggs close the book.
A simple, secular Easter story best suited for younger readers.”
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