Children’s Books for Easter.

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

The Easter school holidays are here and we have selected our top 10 children’s book’s we are sure your child and the whole family will enjoy.

The Complete Tales of Beatrix Potter’s Peter Rabbit. (Beatrix Potter)

These traditional tales have been loved by children for decades. This book brings together all 23 tales in one volume, so your child can enjoy the adventures of this beloved children’s character all Easter long.

The Night Before Easter. (Natasha Wing)

This book puts an Easter twist on the original Clement C. Moore poem. The book see’s the Easter bunny take to the spotlight as he prepares for Easter.

The Best Easter Prize. (Kristina Collier and John Wallace)

The book follows a group of children who are going on an Easter egg hunt. Although it is a competition as to who can find the most egg’s, in the end the children realise that sharing and friendship is more important than who wins. A good read for teaching children the values of sharing with other’s and about friendship, while keeping the Easter theme in mind.

Mr Impossible and the Easter Egg Hunt. (Roger Hargreaves)

From the famous book series ‘Mr Men and Little Miss’, this book see’s Mr Impossible hiding Easter egg’s in the most impossible places as he organises an egg hunt for all of the other Mr Men and Little Miss.

How to Catch the Easter Bunny. (Adam Wallace)

From the New York Times bestselling author and illustrator comes this playful adventurous tale the whole family can enjoy this Easter.

The Biggest Easter Basket Ever. (Steven Kroll)

Join the mice in Mouseville this Easter as they celebrate Easter with a competition for the biggest Easter basket. The book also demonstrates the benefits of friendship and team work.

Spot’s Easter Surprise. (Eric Hill)

Another famous children’s character gets in to the spirit of Easter. Spot visits his grandparents with his friends where there is a hidden surprise waiting for him, but will he find it before his friends do.

The Odd Egg. (Emily Gravett)

A duck finds an egg to take care of after all of the other duck’s eggs have hatched except his. Duck is very happy indeed although of the other ducks think it looks like a bit of an odd egg. When the egg finally hatches everyone is in for a huge surprise.

Pete the Cat: Big Easter Adventure. (Kimberly Dean)

Another New York Times bestseller Pete the cat helps the Easter Bunny collect, paint and hide the eggs in time for Easter. With colourful illustration this book is fun for all the family.

Rabbit’s Spring Adventure – Animal Season’s. (Anita Loughrey)

A great introduction to spring a rabbit comes out of hibernation to discover spring has sprung. Although while the rabbit is having so much fun exploring he loses his way and gets lost will he find his way home.

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