Easter Books for the small children you love

Looking for some Easter-themed books for the younger kids? Here is a selection of new and some older ones to look for.

Bluey: Hooray, It’s Easter!
Published by Penguin Random House. Board book.

This is a lift-the-flap board book based on the hit ABC KIDS TV show, which is popular with all ages, especially the little ones! Bluey and Bingo go on an egg hunt by following clues the Easter bunny leaves behind. Will they find their Easter eggs?


Baby Touch: Happy Easter!
Published by Ladybird (Random House UK). Board book.

Baby Touch—Happy Easter is part of Ladybird’s best-selling Baby Touch series, designed to stimulate babies’ senses from birth. With simple text, bright illustrations, and a touch-and-feel on every double page, this interactive book helps engage your baby’s senses while gently introducing them to Easter.


Is This … Easter?
By Helen Yoon, published by Candlewick Press USA

Look, an egg! An egg left by a bunny! What does that mean? Celebrations are in order. A difference of opinion arises between excitable pups and the egg bearer, an enormous, Zen-like bear wearing tiny bunny ears. As the bear demonstrates, whether it’s decorating eggs or eating them, Easter is kind of . . . delicious!


Bin Chicken’s Eggcellent Easter
By Jol Temple, Kate Temple, published by Scholastic Australia

Following her beak on long gangly legs, Ibis spies something shiny, glittering eggs! But there are kids on a hunt! And a bunny on the loose! ‘Shoo, Bin Chicken! Scram, Garbage Goose!’

It’s Easter morning, and there are eggs everywhere. Ibis had better hop to it and get hunting!


The Easter Bunny’s Grandest Egg Hunt
By Jess Racklyeft, published by Affirm Press

A heart-warming Easter story from an award-winning author.

The Easter Bunny can’t wait for his friends to arrive! He’s planned an epic Easter event, The Grandest Egg Hunt. Everyone is going to have so much fun! But Pig, Chick, Cat, and Frog start competing against each other, and The Easter Bunny’s plans go awry. Can the Easter Bunny help his friends remember that friendship is the grandest prize of all?