An account of the events, personalities and repercussions of the Irish rebellion The Easter Rising began at 12 noon, 24 April, 1916 and lasted for six short but bloody days, resulting in the deaths of innocent civilians, the destruction of many parts of Dublin, and the true beginning of Irish independence. The 1916 Rising was born out of the Conservative and Unionist parties' illegal defiance of the democratically expressed wish of the Irish electorate for Home Rule; and of confusion, mishap…
The First Easter is written in simple words and a gentle conversational style. It tells of the tragic events of the last week of Jesus' life and the glorious first Easter Day. Children will find this a perfect "first book" for understanding Easter. Carol Heyer's illustrations, with their rich and brilliant colors, will appeal to readers of all ages as they enter the world of Jesus and become participants in the events of the first Easter.
Nicholas and his family are hatching eggs for his school's Easter Fair. But the eggs keep going missing and their new rabbits, Saucepan and Nibblewibble, are causing havoc in the garden. Perhaps Cilla, their nosy new neighbour, is even more trouble than she seems?
DVDs and their buried easter eggs -- Halle Berry emerging from the ocean in Die Another Day; Nicole Kidman in hysterics in Moulin Rouge; the alternative action sequence in Speed -- are even more thick on the ground than when the first volume of Jo Berry's look at outtakes, hidden extras, unscripted and ungarded moments first appeared in 2004.
When the rabbits decide to stop delivering Easter eggs, all the bush animals want to be the new Easter Bunny. After all, Easter wouldn't be the same without eggs! But how can the rabbits choose the best animal for the job? The lop-eared rabbit has an idea - and that's when the Easter games begin.