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Easter Surprises

It’s that time of year again. The birds are chirping and leaves are showing signs of green again. That also means it is time for a certain bunny to hop across your path.

You don’t have to be religious, or a child to enjoy the rabbit’s visit. The only problem is too much candy. So, why not mix things up a bit?

If you are on a budget, this is a trip to the thrift store and dollar store as well as your local bulk food place. Many of these places have books for under a dollar – that’s less than the price of a chocolate bar. Here are a few of my suggestions:

Colouring Books

These make great gifts for both children and adults. Crayons make a nice addition as well.

Puzzle Books

Whether word search or crossword, all ages can appreciate a good puzzle. Add a pencil and good eraser to complete the gift.

Older Books

This takes a bit of searching in used bookstores, but if you look carefully, you’ll find some treasures at a fraction of the cost of books elsewhere. Loved ones will appreciate the time and effort that went into the bunny’s trip.

Snacks

This is where the bulk food store comes in. Make up sealed packages of goodies that can be snacked on while reading. This way you can eliminate the amount of sugar and salt in each serving. Write a poem to add on a bag topper for each.

This is where the bulk food store comes in. Make up sealed packages of goodies that can be snacked on while reading. This way you can eliminate the amount of sugar and salt in each serving. Write a poem to add on a bag topper for each.

Table Placeholders

Turn your dining room table into a library with each guest receiving their own book. The first to the table can have their pick!

Whatever your tradition, there is an easy way to make books a part of it! Thanks for reading. Happy Holidays.

Published by C. A. King

C. A. King

C.A. King was born and raised in Halton County. She currently resides in Ontario, Canada with her two sons.

After the loss of her loving parents and husband, Ms. King was devastated. Confronted with depression, she decided to do a bit of soul searching. It was during this time that writing became her passion. She found she was able to redirect her emotions through her writing and in 2014 decided to publish some of her works.

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