Hey, friend! If you’re looking for an Easter book to put in your child’s basket this Easter, look no further! I have compiled a list of about 50 children’s Easter books that you and your little one are sure to love and make memories while reading.
I have divided the books into 6 categories:
Books about Jesus, Books about Animals, Silly Books , Activity Books, Classic Favorites, and New Favorites.
I am hoping these book ideas help you find something to share with a kiddo that you love in your life. Because there are so many of these, I did not offer individual descriptions of each book. If you want to know more about a specific book, click on the picture where you will be redirected to its Amazon page, where you can learn more! Alright, enough talking. Let’s get comfy, and get started.
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My kiddos LOVE activity and sticker books, and yours might, too! Consider gifting them a sticker book to enjoy in the car, during quiet time, or during church services (BONUS- they will be learning about Easter while playing, and you get to pay attention to the sermon, which is rare with young kids!)
These are some of my favorite books that I grew up reading as a kid on Easter. I still have many of these in my own personal library that I share with my kids! There is nothing more amazing than sharing with your kiddo and watching them light up when you read books to them that were read to you.
Here are the Easter Books I could find from the popular TV shows that kiddos watch today! They will LOVE learning about Easter from some of their most beloved characters!
Whew, what a list! We made it. I hope that you found something that your little one will love. There are few things more rewarding than sharing the joy of reading with your child- and what better way to do that than for the Easter Bunny to leave them a book or two?
Friend, I am so very curious. Did you read any of these books growing up? If so, which ones were your favorite? I have so many favorites, but I would have to say on this list, I loved the Little Critter book, the Beatrix Potter books, It’s not Easy Being a Bunny, and the Alice in Bibleland Story of Easter the best. I still have all five of those ,and if you saw them, you’d see they are VERY well loved (and still are!).
As always, it was great to be with you today. I am so very glad you chose to spend time with me today. Until we meet again, friend.