Easter Walk: A Treasure Hunt for the Real Meaning of Easter

by Deborah Pace Rowley, Dan Burr

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Follow Tyler and Amy as they take a much-anticipated Easter walk with their grandpa. Using clues from the scriptures, they find six objects that symbolize specific moments in the Easter story. For example, they find something sharp to remind them of the Savior’s crown of thorns and something made of wood to remind them of the cross. As they walk, they learn important lessons about Easter and its particular message for their family — and yours.

This touching story beautifully illustrates the importance of the Savior’s Atonement and Resurrection as it helps us remember the true meaning of Easter. It teaches the eternal truth that families can be together forever.

Give Easter Walk as a meaningful gift, or read it with your family. It is a great way to start a new family tradition — the Easter walk.

About the Authors

Deborah Pace Rowley

Deborah Pace Rowley is the author of The Miracle of the Wooden Shoes and other picture books. She and her husband, Lin, are the parents of five children and live in American Fork, Utah. The children still talk about their favorite Easter walk around a cabin in Prescott, Arizona, several years ago.

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Dan Burr

Dan Burr, an award-winning illustrator, earned a bachelor of fine arts degree from Utah State University and a master's degree in illustration from Syracuse University. He and his wife, Patti, are the parents of two children and live in Tetonia, Idaho. Dan has illustrated many children's books, including One Little Match, The Miracle of the Wooden Shoes, I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day, The Mansion, and The Christmas Train.

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Great idea!!
By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

This book has a wonderful way of spending time with your children or grandchildren at Easter time. What a great way of sharing the Easter story and it's true meaning, than going on a treaure hunt with your family. I am excited to try this fun experience with my own grandchildren this year.

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