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KC Yeaman brings Easter joy in her children's book “The Easter Bunny and the Leprechaun”

By: WebWire

Easter is never complete if nothing fun happens. In “The Easter Bunny and the Leprechaun,” there is a never-ending stream of fun for both the readers and the story's characters. The book's main protagonist is Esther Cottontail, the sister of Peter Cottontail. They are tasked with hiding the Easter Eggs. This is Esther's first time hiding the eggs with the rest of the rabbits.

The Leprechaun of St. Patrick's Day is a prankster. He likes playing pranks and tricks on the Easter eggs. However, he decided that he wouldn't do that anymore this year. The rabbits then hide the eggs in preparation for the Easter event.

With nothing to disturb the peace and serenity of the Easter event, it becomes a blast. Children arrive and then look for the eggs. Some of the eggs the children found then turned into toys and other Easter-related stuff they wanted the most. The whole event becomes something special and a fond memory that the children will never forget.

The book is available on Amazon.

KC Yeaman's “The Easter Bunny and the Leprechaun” will be featured by ReadersMagnet at the 2022 New York Library Association (NYLA) Conference and Trade Show this upcoming November 3-4, 2022, at the Saratoga Springs City Center at 522 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, New York.

Author Bio

This book was KC Yeaman's project when she was in Kindergarten in 1995. Her mother and uncle were the ones who helped her make the book for the first time. Years went by, until 2021 where she decide to make this into a real book for all of the children to read it. She has big dreams to be an author, and is a loveable child and foster mother.

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