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A Dragonling's Easter and The Great Easter Bunny Hunt

Narrated by: David Brenin
Length: 2 hrs and 9 mins
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New York Times and USA Today best-selling author S. E. Smith presents two heartwarming holiday stories that will transport listeners out of this world.

A Dragonling's Easter

When Abby creates a set of Easter eggs for each Dragonling, she has no idea she is about to start a new tradition on Valdier. What happens when the men and the Dragonlings take the hunt for the colorful eggs to heart? Laughter and a whole lot of crispy eggs!

The Great Easter Bunny Hunt

Alien eggs can mean only one thing - an adventure! A pile of unusual eggs leads to an exciting Easter egg hunt for the kids and the adults alike in this delightful holiday tale. The children must work together to recover Jabir's coveted eggs after the Great Easter Bunny is caught taking them away. Can the Dragonlings and their besties save the day?

©2017 S. E. Smith (P)2017 Susan E. Smith

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  • IreneMBBT
  • 24-08-18

Mayhem and fun on two different Easter holidays

These two Easter stories were published in different years and take place in two different years in the land of Valdier.

Audiobook Chapters 1-12: A Dragonlings Easter
Abby, Cara, Trisha, Ariel, Carmen, their Dragon Lords, and Dragonlings are joined by Riley and her spouse Vox, the Sarafin King and their son Roam; along with Emma, Ha’aven and their daughter Alice for the first ever Easter Egg Hunt. At the end of this story, Riley’s grandma Pearl is claimed by the dragon Asim, who works with Ariel’s animal sanctuary. See Pearl’s Dragon for her individual story. It technically takes place 3 years later than Dragonlings, but before Easter Bunny Hunt; so it bridges the two.

Audiobook Chapters 13-24: The Great Easter Bunny Hunt
This story takes place a year or two later. The crew above is joined by Tina, Viper, and their son Leo. Riley and Vox have added twin daughters Sacha and Pearl.
Cara is about to deliver a son.
Zohar and Abby are going to have another child.
Treylon and Vox are camouflaged as The Great Easter Bunny and spouse with assistance from Ha’aven. They assist Asim in trying to get rid of the large eggs Balint brought with from Earth. The Dragonlings work with him to rescue the eggs. Paul and Morian’s daughter is old enough to participate.
As with all these holiday novellas, much mayhem and humor ensues at the expense of the Dragonlords and adult male friends.
Cute; well done; a must for anyone following the series ;)
Brenin does a great job as the voice for all of Smith’s books.

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  • Paty M.
  • 18-12-17

MORE! :)

It was fun but too short! The narrator has a hard time with this stories, so many male voices, hard to identify who's who sometimes. But totally enjoyable. We want MORE! :)

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  • angela carmi
  • 17-12-17

This is not appropriate for children-sexual content-and should not be on the search

This came up under stories for kids 5-7 and as soon as we started listening it went straight into some weird dragon erotica. DO NOT BUY for kids.

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  • jamoz23
  • 15-12-19

Love having these two Easter stories together.

A DRAGONLINGS EASTER
Abby is feeling a bit homesick and whilst talking to Zoran, describes Easter to him. Zoran makes a ruling they will celebrate this earth Easter holiday and so the craziness begins.
The women all decide to do an egg hunt but it is the males who seem more excited that the children.
Short fun read and if you have read the rest of the series, you will appreciate these tough warriors acting like children. Loved the males trying to outdo the babies. Symbiots rule.
THE GREAT EASTER BUNNY HUNT
This is not a book but a short novella from the authors newsletter and was also included at the back of PEARL’S DRAGON. I believe Ms Smith is planning to put these shorts all into one volume.
Laugh out loud at the silliness and pure humour of this story. Once again the children steal the show with their antics and savvy knowhow. It is lovely to spend more time with everyone and see them growing, changing and moving on with their lives.

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  • Leigh
  • 07-08-18

Wonderful stories, well read

David Brenin brings these Sci-Fi egg hunt stories to life. We'll written and we'll read. Fabulous and fun.

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  • Jaime
  • 15-06-18

Great story!

love to hear about the Dragonlings!

but there were a few age /timelines discrepancies in this story about Amber & Jade. other then that. Loved it.

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  • Linda
  • 14-12-17

Amusing antics❣️

I can only say how delightful this tale of the “dragon/younglings” of the my favorite families in S.E. Smith’s series. They are precocious, sweetly covert and always amazing their parents and grandparents with their antics. The fact that the grown men/daddies are also having fun too is a hoot. David, great job.