Children’s Easter Books That Celebrate the Season
Start a new spring tradition with fun and imaginative books for your little ones.
Typically, kids discover the magic of Easter through treasure hunts, candy treats, and the Easter Bunny. This year, introduce them to another cherished ritual: reading together.
Here are four children’s Easter books to start your new spring tradition.
For the Berenstain Bear family, the most magical day of the year isn’t Christmas, Halloween, or Thanksgiving — it’s Easter!
In The Berenstain Bears Easter Magic, Brother Bear and Sister Bear believe the only good kind of Easter egg is the one filled with chocolate. But through this spellbinding poem, they learn an important lesson about the majesty of spring and the joys of rebirth – without forgetting the pleasures of Easter sweets!
Welcome the season with Katie Jordan in Tails of Spring Break as she prepares to spend her vacation starting her own business and caring for lonely pets. Of course, nothing goes as planned in this charming story of friendship.
In Lulu and The Duck in the Park, Lulu discovers a duck egg that has rolled out of its nest and takes it to class for safekeeping. Lulu isn’t allowed to bring pets to school, but she’s not really breaking the rules because it’s just an egg …
The Mole Sisters traverse the great outdoors in search of adventures, and this time, they’re looking for something really special. When they finally spy a beautiful blue egg, they know they’ve found a new treasure.
In the book’s activity guide (read an excerpt here), get conversation starters to engage your child’s imagination, tips on how to organize an egg hunt and dye and decorate eggs, and a recipe for delicious Easter treats.