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Our Favorite Easter Books (with links!)

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We love reading in our house; I have read to my boys from the time they were born.  So naturally, every holiday, they each receive a book.  I love that there are so many titles these days that encompass various holidays, and Easter is no different.  Today I am sharing with you my very favorite books for this upcoming Easter, complete with links to each title.  I hope you will find something for your littles that will be pure magic for them.

Board Books (baby – 3)

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  1. P is for Peter
  2. Llama Llama Easter Egg
  3. Little Blue Truck’s Springtime
  4. Happy Easter, Mouse!
  5. The Very Hungry Caterpillar’s Easter Colors

Picture Books (4 – 8)

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  1. How to Catch the Easter Bunny
  2. The Berenstain Bears and the Easter Story
  3. Happy Easter Curious George
  4. Tiny the Louisiana Easter Bunny (there are other state titles, too!)
  5. There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Chick

 

Chapter Books (9-12)

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  1. Bunny Double We’re in Trouble
  2. Heidi Hecklebeck and the Tie-Dyed Bunny
  3. Galaxy Zack: A Galactic Easter
  4. Junie B. Jones: Dumb Bunny
  5. Captain Awesome and the Easter Egg Bandit

22 thoughts on “Our Favorite Easter Books (with links!)”

  1. Wonderful list! I’m always looking for books about holidays and its EXTRA fun when its with characters they love…like George and Mouse! Thanks for the resource!

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  2. Junie B. Jones was one of my favorite book series as a child! I had no idea that half of these books even existed! I LOVE “If you Give a mouse a cookie” so I’m sure that book is precious. My kids have recently gotten hooked on the Hungry Caterpillar, so I may have to check out that book also!

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  3. We also really like reading in our home. I don’t let my girls watch TV because I prefer them to engage in more active learning activities. It’s wonderful to see them derive pleasure from reading at such a young age. It’s great that you included the Bernstein bears book about the actual Easter story.

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