Easter Books for Children | Scholastic | ParentsWhen most people think of Easter, they think of eggs and chocolate. But an Easter basket just so happens to be the perfect vehicle for an even better gift: books! To help you get ready for the holiday and plan those Easter bunny presents, here are 15 beloved Easter books for kids of every age. Some of them are old classics and some of them are brand new, but all of them will help you make reading an exciting part of your Easter traditions for years to come. For parents of young children, no holiday or regular day is complete without a little Peppa Pig. The pals make mischief as they search for chocolate Easter candies and even find a special Easter surprise. Poor Clifford is too big to help Emily Elizabeth dye her Easter eggs, but he finally gets a chance to join in the fun in a colorful dream sequence that involves buckets of Easter egg dye and will have kids laughing out loud.
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Peep wants Egg to hatch so they can do fun things together, and colorful counting book using easter eggs and rhyming, like watch the sunrise. Children ages 0 to 3 will discover Easter surprises with Peter Cottontail in this colorful board book featuring seven sturdy tabs? Books by David Chuka. I enjoyed the book because it was so bright and Doo is a wonderful.Paint A Tea Set? This series of bright, slider board boo. My Easter Egg by Megan E. Amelia Fang and the Half-Moon Holiday.
Beanie Boos: An Egg-stra Special Easter is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers heading off to their very ma,e Easter egg hunts. Rhymes, different ethnicity in charac. Books by David Chuka. Full color.
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Printed with a squishy cover perfect for little hands! Finding stock availability But Peppa Pig and her friends find more than chocolate eggs at the end of the garden Follow Peter Rabbit as he excitedly hops along to share an Easter surprise with his friends. It includes thick
My kids adore this one. But a surprising thing happens when she finally meets the Easter Bunny. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Age range 3 to 8 A gorgeous story about two sisters and one special night.
His family are usually the first people to hear his funny and quirky tales. Thanks for sharing. Ddo most of all it is a fun book to read which will be enjoyed by all who read it. Little ones will love this fresh springtime spin on a classic nursery rhyme.