Easter is a great time of year. Not only do we get to learn about Jesus but Spring is usually approaching and the crisp feel in the air is slowly being filled with warmth and sunshine. I always like to share my favorite holiday themed books with all of you. I’ve compiled my big list of must read Easter books which include religious and non-religious.
I love reading Holiday themed books to my kids. My kids are getting old enough where they are participating in the reading and its so fun. It helps them learn in exciting a different ways. I also love when they see pictures and stories in color. Holiday themed books always make the stories fun and exciting and they’re usually told from different points of view in ways that are easy for kids to understand.
Easter Books for Kids
Religious Easter Books
- My First Easter by Tomie dePaola: This book talks about all the beautiful traditions of Easter.
- God Gave Us Easter by Lisa Tawn Bergren: A little Polar Bear and her father lean about the true story of Easter.
- The Week That Led to Easter by Joanne Larrison: This book retails the events from Palm Sunday to Easter.
- God Bless Our Easter by Hannah Hall: This book talks about all the creations from God. Take your kids on a rhyming journey through Easter.
- The Easter Story by Patricia A. Pingry: This quick read retells the events of the first Easter.
- The Story of Easter by Thomas Nelson: This soft board book is a great story to introduce your kids to the Easter story.
- What is Easter? by Michelle Medlock Adams: Discover the true meaning of Easter in this fun book celebrating the resurrection of Christ.
- The Parable of the Lily by Liz Curtis Higgs: Maggie receives an unexciting gift of a bulb. Not happy she tosses it into the garden. When she awakes Easter morning she see’s a beautiful Lily. Maggie learns about the true meaning of Easter through this gift.
- My Day with Jesus by Alice Joyce Davidson: This fun story tells the story of Easter from a Donkey’s perspective.
- The Story of Easter by Aileen Fisher: This book talks about all the ways Easter is celebrate in world. It tells the Biblical story of Jesus.
Non-Religious Easter Books
- How to Catch the Easter Bunny by Adam Wallace: Learn tips and tricks on how to catch the Easter Bunny in action. Will you succeed??
- The Easter Bunny’s Assistant by Jan Thomas: The Easter Bunny has a unsuspecting assistant a Skunk. The Easter Bunny teaches the skunk the ways of Easter.
- Splat the Cat: Where’s the Easter Bunny by Rob Scotton: Splat the Cat goes on an adventure to find the Easter Bunny.
- The Itsy Bitsy Bunny by Jeffrey Burton: Enjoy this fun book that puts a little twist on itsy bitsy spider.
- Pinkalicious Eggstraordinary Easter by Victora Kann: When Pinkalicious finds a note from the Easter bunny she’s taken on a fun hunt.
- Peppa’s Easter Egg Hunt by Scholastic: Join Peppa Pig and her friends on a fun and exciting egg hunt.
- The Biggest Easter Basket Ever by Steven Kroll: Two mice learn a lesson as they prepare a basket for the biggest Easter Basket contest in Mouseville.
- Olivia and the Easter Egg Hunt by Cordelia Evans: Olivia and her family participate in the local Easter egg hunt. Will they win the grand prize of a Goden Egg?
- Llama Llama Easter Egg by Anna Dewdney: The Easter Bunny brings lots of treats and eggs and a very special prize.
- Where are Baby’s Easter Eggs? by Karan Katz: This fun flap book is full of color and spring pictures.
- Happy Easter, Mouse! by Laura Numeroff: Join Mouse on an Easter eggs Hunt.
- Happy Easter, Little Critter by Mercer Mayer: Little Critter celebrates Easter in all the fun ways. Dying eggs, snacking on candy, and searching for eggs.
- The Best Easter Prize by Kristina Evans Collier: As one little girl doesn’t have Easter eggs, her friend decides to share with her. This reminds everyone that friends are the best Easter gift.
I hope you all enjoy this Easter themed reading book list. My kids love reading time in our house. The fire is usually lit and we snuggle up and enjoy good books before bed. If you have any more great Easter books to recommend please comment below.
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