Sunday, March 25, 2018

Review - Ebba, the first Easter Hare by Leen Lefebre @Leen_Lefebre

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King Stern rules over a dark empire of hares. His brother Atta leaves. Before his love Hulde gives birth to their first child, he wants to find a field of his own, bathing in light. Every day Hulde runs to the frontier, where she stands on the lookout for Atta. But then the baby arrives, too soon.

At a rapid pace, Princess Ebba grows into a smart child. Hulde notices that this curious girl resembles Atta more and more – and that is not a gift. When they discover an abandoned bird’s nest in a rabbit cave, Ebba wants to go on a trip just like her father. But, is she as brave as him?

Review - This story reinds me of Watership Down. Why? The characters are rabbits. That's probably not enough to draw a comparison but that all I got.

 It's a definite cute fairy tale with hints of danger but nothing really to scare the kids too badly. It makes it more of an adventure and that's fun. I think young children will enjoy this story on their own or to read to them.

It a quick read and a fun adventure for a rabbit story.

*The Digital Ink was given a copy to review.