Giveaway: Easter Book Collection by HarperCollins

Easter is a hop, skip, and jump away, so we’re counting down with a perfectly egg-centric giveaway. Since HarperCollins has a wide variety of awesome Easter books, we went through and picked out a few of our favorites to give away to two lucky winners.

I’ll tell you a little about each…

The original story of The Velveteen Rabbit is definitely a holiday must. This edition is filled with gorgeous paintings depicting the story of the little rabbit that learns what it really means to become Real.

Find out what happens when the little mouse in If You Give a Mouse a Cookie goes on a hunt to find out who is leaving Easter eggs in his home in Happy Easter, Mouse!

None other than T. Rex comes to the rescue when poor Peter Cottontail is too sick to deliver eggs in Here Comes T. Rex Cottontail.

Each page of this hardcover version of The Ugly Duckling is filled with some of the most gorgeous illustrations I’ve ever seen. They only add to an already beautiful story.

The Cow That Laid an Egg – I think the title pretty much sums up this hilarious book.

There’s trouble in paradise when Marshmallow the bunny moves into Oliver the tabby cat’s home. However, it doesn’t take long before these two become the best of friends in this Caldecott Honor winning book, Marshmallow.

And because I had to throw a little (a lot of) pink in there, Pinkalicious and the Pink Hat Parade. It also comes with two paper dolls, a poster, and plenty of stickers.

Find out how to enter for the chance to win one of two Easter Book Collection sets from HarperCollins after the jump

To enter for the chance to win the Easter Book Collection tell us which Easter book has caught your eye. For additional entries tweet, stumble, or share the giveaway on Facebook and leave a comment each time. Come back and leave a comment every day from now until March 31st at midnight. We will announce the winner here on Prudent Baby.




The Velveteen Rabbit – instantly took me back to being a kid and my Dad reading it to me. It would be great for my daughter to have the same memories of it in the future.


We have another of Andy Cutbill’s books which we like a lot so it would be great to add “The Cow that Laid an Egg” to our collection.


Cian would love marshmallow! Anything to do with cats and bunnies and he is hooked!

Christine S

I am definitely intrigued by The Ugly Duckling and its gorgeous illustrations!


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