These Easter books for kids are a fun way to share quality time with your littles this spring. Whether you’re looking for something all about the iconic bunny or a more meaningful one about the reason for Easter, you’ll find it here. From tales about decorating eggs to scavengers hunts to spending time with family, you’ll love these kids’ Easter books.
Easter baskets stuffers can be fun, but they tend to be filled to the brim with junk and candy.
A solution to Junky Easter baskets
While that’s fun the day of, nothing is worse than telling your kiddo for a week that they can’t have that giant chocolate bunny. Except maybe picking up all of the broken junk toys that were in the basket.
I try to give my kids really practical Easter gifts stuffed with things they’ll use or really want. They might not be as full, but I know in a month the gifts will still be used.
One of my favorite things to put into my kids’ baskets are books! I like to splurge on a nice one they’ll love for each and every holiday.
Just like with my Valentine’s Day books for kids post, I’m back to share some of the cutest Easter kids books.
The Hoppiest Easter Books for Kids
Your kids know that the Easter Bunny comes with treats to fill Easter baskets. But do they know the story of where he is from or why he does what he does?
If you’re looking for a book centered more on the meaning of Easter, this is it. This one is about a little polar bear talking to his dad about what the Easter season means.
This book is a continuation of the adorable “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie..” series.
This is an adorable story about a tabby cat named Oliver and a bunny named Marshmallow. It’s a true story and has beautiful illustrations. It’s not explicitly an Easter book for kids, but bunnies. But all the better, as it will be perfect all year long.
If you like the St. Patrick’s Day book, How to Catch a Leprechaun, you’ll love this one! The concept is the same – how do you catch the Easter bunny on his busiest day of the year?!
The Little Blue Truck books are some of my boys’ favorites. This springtime version takes you through all of the sights and sounds of Spring!
Who else loved the Little Critter books as a kid?! This one follows Little Critter as he does all of your kiddo’s favorite Easter things. From decorating eggs to looking for his Easter basket.
I’m not a huge fan of pop-up books. My kids tear them apart and then I just chuck them out. BUT this one is so cute, that it’s worth keeping out of kid’s reach when you’re not reading it.
My niece adores the Pinkalicious series of books. This one is extra adorable! Here, the Easter Bunny sends Pinkalicous on a fun scavenger hunt to find their goodies. Bonus – it comes with stickers!
So, tell me – would your kids like a book in their Easter baskets? Let me know in the comments!