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15 Must Read Easter Books for Preschoolers

By on March 21, 2016 in Toddler with 0 Comments

With Easter just around the corner, the Easter bunny and his little helpers seem to be stepping into the spotlight. Here, are a few must read Easter books which can go into your toddlers’ Easter baskets.

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15 Easter Books for Preschoolers

  1. Peppa’s Easter Egg Hunt by Scholastic

All you Peppa pig fans out there, here comes Peppa and her friends on an all new adventure. Watch out for Grandpa pig’s Easter egg hunt in the garden. What happens when Peppa discovers a little more than just chocolate Easter eggs in her garden? A new adventure with George is what lies ahead. This one leaves pages turning and is a hit with the little ones.

  1. Happy Easter, Mouse! by Laura Numeroff

A fun little mystery unravels as Mouse from If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, tries to figure out who has been leaving cookies all over the house! A cute little adventure about how Mouse finds an extra cookie every time he sets out to find this “Santa” of some sorts. Cookie monsters and Mouse enthusiasts, this one’s for you. Can you solve the mystery? There’s only one way to find out! Read away!

  1. Easter Eggstravaganza Mad Libs by Roger Price

Looking for something to add to an Easter basket? Look no more. This is the ideal book which covers 21 stories about celebrating Easter. Suited for ages up to nine, this one covers a wide range of stories and is ideal for any parent child bonding situation. 21 stories all in one, could keep your child busy for a long time to come.

  1. The Berenstain Bears and the Easter Story by Mike Berenstain

The candy rush seems to be getting to the Bear cubs this time round. A simple yet effective story about the story behind Easter, with a little lesson behind it. The cubs are given a peak into the Easter world by Missus Ursula and a few Sunday School children. This book comes with an attractive set of stickers.

  1. Pete the Cat: Big Easter Adventure by James Dean

Pete the cat is back and he’s here to share his Easter adventure with you. Pete’s here with this yellow humorous eyes, sporting white bunny years, a snout, and what’s that? A fluffy little bunny tail. Read on to find out how Pete helps out the Easter Bunny. All Pete the Cat followers are bound to be impressed with this one as well.

  1. Llama, Llama Easter Egg by Anna Dewdne

Meet Llama Llama little ones. This is the perfect short rhyme like book which comes in handy sizes. Llama Llama is at the receiving end of colorful eggs, treats and jelly beans, brought in by the Easter Bunny.

  1. Duck & Goose, Here Comes the Easter Bunny! by Tad Hills

Our feathery friends, Duck and Goose are here. This time they are here to celebrate spring. What happens when these two set out to find the Easter Bunny? Do they find him? This one is hard to resist as it captivates readers with its colorful expression.

  1. Bright Baby Touch and Feel Easter by Roger Priddy

Want to walk your toddler though the stories behind Easter? This book is characterized by big bright pictures with a touch and feel experience like no other. Chocolate eggs, bunnies, Easter baskets and the like, this one is bound to gain attention of those tiny tots.

  1. God Gave Us Easter by Laura J. Bryant

Little Cub is looking forward to that special holiday called Easter. As she celebrates Easter with Papa, Mama and her siblings, Cub begins asking questions. A religious little journey as to how Easter came about and about God’s undying love and plans for his children.

  1. Pinkalicious: Eggstraordinary Easter by Victoria Kann

Pinkalicious finds herself waking up to a note on Easter from the Easter Bunny. As she reads the note, she is taken aback as it is a map which will send her family on an exciting scavenger hunt. Adorable book which can be enjoyed by both parents and children.

  1. Where Are Baby’s Easter Eggs?: A Lift-the-Flap Book by Karen Katz

Where have Baby’s Easter Eggs gone? The answer to this lies beneath the flaps. Every time you flip open a flap, you are drawn towards a set of colorful objects which ultimately aid you in discovering the solution. Flap away little flippers!

  1. Have a Silly Easter! (Mad Libs Junior) by Brenda Sexton

So this one comes with an interesting activity of having to fill in the blanks with 140 stickers. Every story has an attached coloring page with it. Perfect for spending time with your toddler, this one keeps both of you equally occupied.

  1. Pat the Bunny (Touch and Feel Book) by Dorothy Meserve Kunhardt

Here’s another one of those Touch and Feel books. With durable pages, the toddler is given the liberty of feeling the material of each page without the fear of ending up with ripped pages. You get to pat the bunny. Every single activity is bound to keep the toddlers entertained.

  1. Hoppy Clubhouse Easter (Disney Mickey Mouse Clubhouse) by Disney Book Group (Author), Marcy Kelman

If your child constantly sings the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse anthem every time he watches an episode of the famous Mickey Mouse Clubhouse then you can make his Easter perfect by gifting him this book. It’s Easter again and Mickey and his friends find themselves competing in the Bunny Hop Race. How do they stop Pete from cheating his way through to the finish line? Featuring all your clubhouse friends, join them as they try to outrun Pete.

  1. Fancy Nancy’s Elegant Easter by Jane O’Connor

Nancy is back, being fancy of course! This time she’s planning an extravagant Easter affair. Nancy and Bree start decorating for the party. A flip book , which essentially keeps you on the edge of your seat, flipping through surprises which leave you guessing. All Fancy Nancy fans will not be disappointed by this one.

Read about Easter Craft Ideas for Kids here – http://www.parentinghealthybabies.com/51-easter-crafts-for-kids/

More DIY Easter Craft for kids – http://www.parentinghealthybabies.com/20-do-it-yourself-easter-crafts-for-kids/

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