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Easter Bunny Story

Happy Easter Chick

First of all, I want to tell everyone Happy Easter! May the bunny bring everything you want. Below I quote the story of the Easter Bunny.

Since ancient times, the season of spring is associated with fertility, life, and richness. However, according to Teutonic mythology, Eoster’s pet bird laid eggs in baskets and hid them, while in a sudden fate of chance; Easter transformed her pet bird into a rabbit, who continued to lay eggs even though. It’s through this custom; that the folktale of “the Easter bunny” arose in Germany during the fifteenth century. Easter Bunny Story have become quite popular in the recent years usually presented in a very humorous manner.

Stories on Easter Bunny were first introduced to American folklore by the German settlers who arrived in Pennsylvania during the 1700s. The arrival of the “Oschter Haws” was considered a child’s best source of entertainment. The children believed that if they were good throughout the year, then “Oschter Haws” would lay a nest of colored eggs in their house.
In the last few years, stories for children on Easter Bunny have gained significant attention and thereby the imaginary character has become a symbolic assertion of the Easter celebration every where. In fact, funny Bunny Easter stories presented in an intriguing manner sell like hot cakes on this festive occasion. The various publishing houses in the prominent cities of the world churn out huge number of Easter stories with special emphasis on the fictitious character of Easter Bunny.

One thought on “Easter Bunny Story

  1. Hmm. I always wondered what role the Easter Bunny played in Easter. Really interesting story. Answers some of my questions =D I like the liccke chick >u< I wanted to get some but got some other stuff.

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