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When the author was a small boy living in Missouri with his family, their yard bordered a large cornfield. At night the author would see smoke rising from the middle of the corn field and imagined the Easter Bunny was coloring eggs and melting chocolate for chocolate Easter Bunnies and getting things ready for Easter. Each Easter the author would tell his children, grandchildren, and nieces and nephews a story about seeing the Easter Bunny preparing for Easter in that cornfield. It became a popular story, and everyone asked him to tell and retell that story every year.
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About the Author
Robert M. Ethier lives in Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts, with his family and works in municipal public health. My Papa Saw the Easter Bunny in a Cornfield in Missouri is the author’s second children’s book. He wrote this book for family and friends and for all those children who loved to hear him tell that story so that they may carry on the tradition with their families.