The Golden Egg Book (Little Golden Board Books) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-03-22 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 142 user ratings

" Once there was a little bunny...who found an egg. This story is about what this impatient little bunny does to encourage whatever is inside the egg to come out. After waiting so long that he falls asleep, the egg finally breaks and its recent inhabitant does similar things to wake the sleepy bunny. Truly adorable. " said.

" Cute. This is very attractive with plenty to look at on the pages. My copy is a BIG Little Golden Book, but I think it might be in one of the treasuries also. The egg silhouette on the page is a neat idea and conversation starter for the environment around one. Good for friendship. Good for the lonely child. Good for spring and decent for an Easter basket of books.It's a vintage classic from my parents era. " said.

" Huh, I didn't even know this was Margaret Wise Brown until I looked it up. I guess that is why the librarian had Good Night Moon pulled out, too. This was read at story time for Easter. It is a prefect non-religious Easter story. It has a bunny, an egg, and eventually a duck. The illustrations are cute. The actions of the baby animals are a bit naughty, but forgivable because they are babies and animals. Super sweet ending. " said.

" Of course I read this to my daughter when she was little. I'd forgotten. Since reading Goodnight June by Sarah Jio it's made me want to reread anything and everything by Margaret Wise Brown. " said.

" I love how tactile the action of the book is. The little bunny rolls the eggs, listens to the egg, even kicks the egg. It reminded me of some exercises I'd done recently in a mindfulness class.The illustrations are adorable. I read the book with a preschooler who thoroughly enjoyed it. As we read we acted out with our hands and bodies all that the bunny did. I'm not sure she understood the end, but I bet she will next year. " said.

" 3.5 STARSGorgeous illustrations! Five-star worthy! However, the story is rather odd--I'm not sure I was an especial fan of all the kicking and throwing rocks at the egg to try to get whatever was in it to come out :-/ And, the ending sounded like something I would have written when I was five. Sometimes I enjoy Margaret Wise Brown's work, sometimes I just don't get it and this was one of the latter. Still, well worth the read for Leonard Weisgard's illustrations! " said.

" OMG. This is really cute!!!!I found this book at the antique store.Even though I've never heard of this book before, I fell in love with this at first sight.The edition that I have is not in this Goodreads site. Wonder why.Mine is illustrated by Lilian Obligado and published in 1973.(It says it was first published in 1947.)I can't upload the picture, but it's really cute and heart-warming book. " said.

" Date: 3/19Author: Margaret Wise Brown; Illustrated by Leonard WeisguardTitle: The Golden Egg BookPlot: A bunny comes upon a egg and tries to figure out what is in it.Setting: the forestCharacters: Bunny and DuckPoint of View:First personTheme: Changes within ourselvesStyle: Picture bookCopyright: 1947Your Reaction: Beautiful illustrations, with a simple story that is great for teaching point of view. Picture book " said.

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