Bunster, An Easter Story by Christine Hwang Panzer Book Tour, Guest Post & Giveaway! {Ends 4/22/22}

Apr 30, 2022 | All Giveaways, Current Featured Elementary Book, Tour Giveaways | 0 comments

Book Details:

Bunster, An Easter Story by Christine Hwang Panzer
Category:  Children’s Fictions (ages 0-3), 16 pages
Genre:  Children’s Picture Book
Publisher:  Mascot;  Release date:   April 5, 2022
Formats Available: print – hardback (USA only)
Tour dates: April 5 to April 15, 2022
Content Rating:  G -Suitable for everyone.

Book Description:

Join Bunster as he finds friends in unlikely places as a celebration of Easter!

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Review By LAWonder10:

Who doesn’t like Bunnies and Chicks? In this cute story, Bunster extends his friendship to some out of the ordinary.
In this very well made cardboard book for toddlers, has beautiful, simple illustrations created by the author.
It is a book that educators/parents can enjoy with very young children.
The colors are pleasant. The artwork is slightly abstract.
I felt the message of the story was weak.
I offer a Three Stars rating for this book.
​I was gifted this book with no pressure for a positive review. This is my honest review.

Guest Post:

Hi friends! This is Christine Panzer, living the dream life in reality!

I want to talk about some of my favorite fictional heroes and villains and why I like them.
Growing up, it was the strong female leads like Allana from Tamora Peirce’s Lioness Rampant series. Being an Asian American, she was like a type of Mulan, but in a medieval fantasy setting and I adored reading the fantasy genre since middle school. Amberdrake, a character from one of Mercedes Lackey’s books also struck me as a very kind-hearted person because of the compassion he showed towards even the most hard-hearted. I admired fictional characters like that with a huge heart and liked to spot it in real life people.

As for villains, I had a hard time not accepting them because I could always find some way to relate with an aspect of them. I would often be crying to myself because I could often put myself in their shoes. I know their stories, so they often are like real life people in some way, and so we should take those as examples to learn from to not be like. Writing a good villain is hard. Some authors go into the completely evil and dark route, while others have backstories that make them somewhat relatable. Others are just plain fun, like Hades from the Disney movie Hercules. Then there are some you just want to dislike, like the witch queen from the “Once Upon a Time” show. But her backstory is still quite relatable as a strong-minded tomboy girl.
Thank you, Lu Ann, for being so wonderful in reviewing my book and allowing me to write a blog post on her page!

Meet the Author:

Christine is an artist that dabbles in storytelling and enjoys working in different mediums including marker, ink, watercolors and colored pencil. She enjoys drawing fantasy creatures, anthropomorphic animals, and kids. She lives with her husband, Ian and sweet black kitty, Kida in the Bay Area, California and likes to take walks, go out driving, and play video games and board games with her friends.

Connect with the author: instagram ~ goodreads

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