Six-year-old Molly can't wait for Aunt Jenny's famous, annual Easter egg hunt at Lantern Hill Farm. But something's different this year. Instead of hiding eggs filled with prizes, Aunt Jenny passes out empty Easter eggs With a specially prepared rhyming list, the children embark on a scavenger hunt to fill the empty eggs with items that remind them that Jesus died on a cross and rose again. Molly and the other children learn about the true meaning of Easter Includes a fun family activity that you can make part of your annual Easter tradition to celebrate Jesus
Hardcover picture book, ages 4-7, approx. 32 pages, 9 x 9 inches. ISBN 978-1-62862-795-4.
The Backward Easter Egg Hunt picture and board books by Meadow Rue Merrill are engaging illustrated books for children one to four and four to seven years old.
Holidays are an opportunity for celebration and a time to create family traditions and memories. Yet often the emphasis shifts from the reason for the holiday to making the children the center of the celebration. The Lantern Hill Farm series of picture books and board books is designed to provide parents and grandparents entertaining stories with easy-to-recreate family activities that allow the child to be part of the holiday but not the center of it. Books in the Lantern Hill Farm Series:
Meadow Rue Merrill is an award-winning journalist with two decades of published writing experience. She recently published a memoir about her family called Redeeming Ruth (Hendrickson Publishers, 2017). She also regularly contributed to Motherlode, a popular column of the New York Times. She began reporting for The Times Record, a daily newspaper in Brunswick, Maine, and spent the following eight years corresponding for The Boston Globe and Harvard University. She has regular columns with The Portland Press Herald, Maine's largest newspaper and Down East magazine. She currently resides in Richmond, Maine.
Drew Krevi is a freelance artist with clients from many different industries such as Disney, Marvel Comics, Cartoon Network, Group Publishing, and Gospel Light. When he's not working in the studio, Drew enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters in California. Drew also teaches Sunday school to fourth- through sixth-grade kids, stays involved with VBS, and volunteers with Amor Missions, building homes for the underserved in Mexico. He is also a regular runner, plays some softball here and there, and loves a good carne asada burrito