The Easter Bunny has the flu and cannot hide the eggs for the woodland animals' Easter Egg Hunt. King Samuel Squirrel gathers the animals and reads the Easter Bunny's letter of sad news. But soon, King Samuel has an idea to save the Easter Egg Hunt. He summons the squirrels to dig up as many acorns as possible, noting that acorns can look like Easter eggs if they are painted! With much help and resourcefulness, the acorn Easter Egg Hunt is back on and King Samuel and his Queen are off with a basket of cheer for the sick Easter Bunny.
Dee Gregory was born and raised on Long Island, New York but now resides in Fleming Island, Florida with her Air Force veteran husband. She is a retired secretary, preschool teacher, artist, writer and illustrator. This is her first “official” children’s book, written for her grandson who has just started to read. Dee has been a writer and artist all of her adult life. She delighted children with her instant drawings and used her talent to enhance her teaching skills. She has written extensively to family and friends everything from storytelling to putting her pen to her family’s legacy. Those she loves will attest to the fact that writing is Dee’s “love language.”