The Golden Egg Book (Little Golden Board Books) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-01-07 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 142 user ratings

" This is a delightful children's story about a rabbit, it's friends, and an Easter egg. The book is colorfully illustrated and easy to read. " said.

" I so enjoyed this book when I was a little girl. I remember the illustrations and how they made me smile. I am looking forward to sharing this book with my grandchildren. " said.

"My children loved this book. The illustrations are wonderful, beautifully proportioned and colourful. But the story always bothered me a little and on re-reading it to my grandchildren I find I feel just the same. Though young children have few reservations about being naughty themselves they do maintain a strong sense of right and wrong and the duck pushing the bunny with his foot, jumping on him, throwing a little rock at him and rolling him down a hill provoked a barrage of questions from my 4 year old granddaughter. Of course it only takes the turn of a page for the duck and the bunny to become friends but with a few adjustments this adorably cute book could have been an all-time favourite. " said.

" The end of the story is a little saccharine for my tastes, but the illustrations are adorable enough to make up for it. " said.

" I've been drawn to a lot of old Little Golden Books lately and I'd never heard of this one by Brown (Goodnight Moon author). I love the larger size, the beautiful colors and comforting illustrations. I love thinking and guessing about what's inside the egg. Alistair has picked up on imitating the "pick pick pick" part for hatching noises and I hear him using it in pretend play. Good book for talking about hatching too. " said.

" Of course, with Brown and Weisgard, it's not a bad book. And in fact I was thinking four stars until the end, but it kinda just stops, in a manner that I found unsatisfying. I wouldn't be content, as bunny is, to not wonder what happened to the egg. That being said, I love these animal stand-ins for children. The book would be way too saccharine if they didn't kick a bit.... " said.

" Cute and funny at times. The end didn't match the plot when there wasn't any mention of the rabit's loneliness to begin with. " said.

"I don't think this is one of the more widely known books of Brown's but it was the first book I remember in my life, period. The book was physically huge, and although I'm sure my perspective is way off, I know that there is a size much larger than this typical Golden book. Ours was falling apart from having been read so much, held together with yellowing tape.

But it was my favorite book, and I have very fond memories of it. It's a sweet story about a bunny that finds an egg and is curious about it. The art isn't up to today's standards and is quite dated, but the bunny is still adorable and the pictures a riot of colors filling the whole page. I highly recommend this book to anyone who remembers being a curious kid.
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