E. Aster Bunnymund and the Battle of the Warrior Eggs at the Earth's Core

E. Aster Bunnymund and the Battle of the Warrior Eggs at the Earth's Core

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Fearing that a missing Nightmare King has gone underground to plot revenge, the Guardians enlist the aid of warrior rabbit emissary E. Aster Bunnymund to use his talents and weapons to track down their nemesis.
Publisher: New York : Atheneum Books for Young Readers, c2012
ISBN: 9781442430501
1442430508
Branch Call Number: FICTION (JUV) Joyce, William
Characteristics: 250 p. : ill. ; 20 cm

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RebelBelle13
Feb 12, 2019

Had this not been a very short book, it would have ended up being a bit of a slog. That's not to say that this sophomore effort from Joyce is no good- it is still richly imagined with vibrant characters within a beautiful alternative magical Earthen past. The Guardians are slowly meeting and making their way to one another to provide a unified front against Pitch, the Nightmare King. This second novel highlights E. Aster Bunnymund, the owner of the second moon relic. I say it was a bit of a slog, because we really don't meet Bunnymund until halfway through a 250 page book. Pitch captures the children again, and it's up to Katherine, North, Ombric, Bunnymund, and Nightlight to set them free. We're introduced to new characters, including Katherine's goose, the egg armies, and Qwerty the caterpillar. We even get a glimpse into Ombric's childhood. This novel fleshes out the Guardians world we already know, but at the same time, indicates we still have a long way to go to finish the larger story. I will certainly continue with the next, and hopefully, it flows better than this one did.

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anstinek
Dec 30, 2016

This is shaping up to be a really good series. I'm enjoying the "alternate origin stories" for some of my childhood's heroes - Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, Mother Goose, etc.

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puzumaki
May 14, 2015

A unique interpretation of the Easter bunny. I can see how children that are entrenched in the characters associated with holidays would find these a great adventure, although the origin stories are definitely fantastical (if it were my child, I might introduce them to the true origins first, to be honest).

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cduke
Jul 15, 2014

this book is egg-cellent!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

MEDINASTORYTIME May 04, 2012

Great Fantasy Series & Family Read a Loud - AW

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Apr 23, 2019

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