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Bubbles is quickly turning into a rabid reader and I couldn’t be more pleased.  Seasonal and holiday-themed books – like kids Easter books – are some of my favorites, as rotating them in and out keep them fresh for your little reader.

10 Adorable Kids Easter Books! Fun titles your kids will love, with some familiar faces like Pete the Cat, Pout-Pout Fish, Minnie Mouse, and more

Here are a few of our favorite kids Easter books this year.  Some we’ve picked up on our own, some were sent to us from our friends at Macmillan.  I’ve included affiliate links for you to hop on over and pick up copies for yourselves, too.

Kids Easter Books

PEEP and EGG: I’m Not Hatching

This rapidly moved to the top of my daughter’s list; we must have read it fifty times already.  She loves that she can read the entire book herself and she gets a serious case of the giggles shouting “I’m not hatching!” along with Egg.  Target age on this is 1-4, but definitely fun for kindergartners, too.

Happy Easter, Pout-Pout Fish

If your kids are fans of Mr. Fish and all his adventures, they will enjoy this Easter tale.  There are Easter eggs to be found by all the ocean friends, and your kiddos can help look, too.  Happy Easter, Pout-Pout Fish is geared towards ages 0-3.

Bunny Bus

Bunny Bus is written in lyrical rhyme which Bubbles really enjoyed.  They’ve been studying “word families” of rhyming words all year; finding rhyming words has become a game to her.  The illustrations are really cute, too.

Spring Bunny

If your child has ever wanted to jump as high as the clouds, they’ll fully enjoy Spring Bunny.  A young girl and her bunny bounce from a trampoline into the sky, eventually all the way into space.  Along the way they see geese in flight, hot air balloons, and more.  The book is a wordless picture book, so kids can make up their own story to go along with the images.

Pet the Cat: Big Easter Adventure

Bubbles loves Pete the Cat books so she was excited to pick this one up.  It also has Easter cards, a poster, and stickers which added to her joy.

Minnie Easter Bonnet Parade

We’ve had this book for a couple of years now and it’s one we enjoy pulling out each season.  Minnie and Daisy are trying to make sure all their friends have a bonnet for the Easter parade.  When things get a little hectic they’re not sure they’ll be able to reach their goal.  This book also contains Disney stickers.

Happy Easter, Mouse!

Are there any kids that don’t like the “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie” books?  Happy Easter, Mouse! is a board book and geared more towards toddlers.  Lots of opportunity to discuss colors and counting as they search for eggs.

Mater and the Easter Buggy

Young Cars fans (don’t forget Cars 3 hits theaters in June!) will love this book that focuses on Mater anxiously awaiting the Easter Buggy to come and fill his Easter tire.  At 48 pages in length, little ones will have plenty to read, too.

The Berenstain Bears and the Easter Story

Berenstain Bears were a favorite of mine from when I was young, and I’m glad that Bubbles also enjoys the books (and cartoon, too).  The cubs are candy-crazy but then get a lesson on the real meaning of Easter.  There’s a sticker sheet included with this book as well.

Happy Easter, Biscuit!

Another series of books we are fans of are the Biscuit books.  This Happy Easter, Biscuit! book is a fun addition to the group.  There is lots of lift-the-flap fun in this one, too.

There are lots of other kids Easter books that we enjoy but these ten will definitely give you a good start on your family reading.

What are your favorite kids Easter books?

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About Liza

Liza is a mom (5-year-old daughter, 20-year-old stepson, and 24-year-old stepdaughter) and wife living in Louisville. She loves spending time with her family, visiting the local zoo and parks, as well as planning travel adventures. Cooking and baking, DIY projects and crafts, and coffee - lots and lots of coffee - round out some of her other hobbies.

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