The long Easter weekend is here and many of us with kids are ready for the Easter bunny to arrive and there are lots of Easter egg hunts going on.
Cadburys do a great egg hunt up and down the country where you are able to head out to the great outdoors and follow the clues to discover the eggs.
It is a great way to get outdoors as a family and the rewards is a Cadburys Easter egg, so a winning combination. With over 300 planned this Easter weekend at National Trust locations, make sure you head over to see where your local hunt is.
This year though Cadburys have teamed up with singer-songwriter and mum of two, Frankie Bridge to launch her first book, The Tale of The Great Easter Bunny.
It is a re-adaptation of original book launched by Cadburys 20 years ago and is there to encourage families up and down the country to take part in Easter Egg hunts.
The story is based on a siblings Jack and Molly as they follow mysterious clues alongside their parents which takes them on an enchanting Easter egg hunt.
With the hunt starting at home, they don’t realise there is a secret rabbit hole in their garden where the Easter bunny lives!
The great thing about this story is it is free for you to download straight from their website. So, this weekend whilst you are enjoying some family time and tucking into delicious eggs why not download the book for the whole family to enjoy.
We have loved reading this book (and tucking into the Easter egg’s already!) and it is one that the kids will read for years to come! You can download your copy here.
Does you family have any Easter traditions you enjoy to do together?
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