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Holly Pond Hill: A Child's Book of Easter

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Susan Wheeler's charming images of Holly Pond Hill are paired here with ten poems that capture all the joy and excitement of the Easter season.
Board book, 22 pages
Published January 14th 2002 by Dutton Juvenile (first published 2002)
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Susan Wheeler is the creator of Victoria Rose and her compatriots of Holly Pond Hill, an exquisitely detailed watercolour world of gentle creatures.

From her earliest days growing up in New England, Susan Wheeler explored the outdoors to discover the secret places where animals lived. Here she first imagined tiny brick cottages and moss-covered tree houses inhabited by woodland creatures. With her
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“Would you like some warm Spring pie?
Then, take a cup of clear blue sky.
Stir in buzzes from a bee,
Add the laughter of a tree.

A dash of sunlight should suffice
To give the dew a hint of spice.
Mix with berries, plump and sweet.
Top with fluffy clouds, and eat!”
“Happy Easter to you, my friend!
This day’s light shall have no end.
For Christ did rise
In the golden morn
And by His life are we reborn.

Happy Easter to one and all!
The night is over, the sun is tall.
The day did break with a tiny beam
And flooded life with Light supreme.”
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