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  • Hardcover
  • The Easter Bunny Is Missing!
  • Steve Metzger
  • English
  • 14 July 2019
  • 9780439929592

About the Author: Steve Metzger

I grew up in Queens, NY in the 1950s with my “baby” sister, Lois. She is now a wonderful writer of young adult novels and nonfiction. My mother was born in Vienna, Austria, and my father came from Brooklyn – an interesting match! My best friends were Neil, Robbie, Krebs, and Paul. I’m still good friends with most of these guys. It was less hectic in those days – no computers, no emails, fewer TV c