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Professor Bumblebrain's Absolutely Bonkers Easter

Professor Bumblebrain's Absolutely Bonkers Easter

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Professor Bumblebrain is back, this time with a series of four full-colour comics, each on a biblical theme or topical issue. In this comic, the Professor, accompanied by Einstein the cat, takes to the stage to expose the truth about the real meaning of Easter, offending certain characters (the Easter bunny or is that hare?) along the way. The original Easter hare was thought to lay colourful eggs in a nest for well-behaved children to find - so developing into our popular Easter eggs today. However Easter was originally an ancient celebration of the beginning of Spring and new life adopted later by Christians to celebrate the life, death and resurrection of Jesus. Taking us through the biblical events of the first Easter week and beyond, and using fascinating facts and his usual humour and wit, the Professor convinces his audience that Christ is actually the most important person to celebrate at Easter and even the Easter bunny grudgingly agrees!


ISBN: 9781853456541
Producer: CWR
Product Code: 506932
Dimensions: 148 x 210 mm
Binding: Paperback
Release Date: 12.01.2012
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Professor Bumblebrain’s Bonkers Easter

Boasting a brain the size of a large cabbage (and who’s to disagree) this eccentric character considers it his duty to educate us lesser mortals (in particular kids) about all manner of meaty theological, Christian or Bible-based topics, peppering his no-nonsense (blunt) approach to education with his dubious attempts at humour.

Professor Bumblebrain’s Bonkers Easter