Easter stories for children. Both religious and secular Easter themed picture books for kids. Add a book to their Easter basket this year!
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Easter Picture Books for Children: Stories for All Ages
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I love including books in Easter baskets for my kids, and fortunately there are some really cute Easter books out there – both secular and religious! Today I’m sharing some of our favorites, starting with secular books. Scroll down if you are only looking for religious Easter books – they are here, too!
Secular Easter Stories
Secular Easter stories, featuring bunnies and chicks and Easter egg hunts, are fun whether or not you celebrate the religious side of Easter. Here are some of our favorites.
Mr. Impossible and the Easter Egg Hunt
I loved the Mr. Men and Little Miss books as a kid, and Mr. Impossible and the Easter Egg Hunt is adorable.
How to Catch the Easter Bunny
Kids love the idea of capturing the Easter Bunny in action in How to Catch the Easter Bunny. Challenge them to build a trap of their own after reading this cute book.
Pete the Cat: Big Easter Adventure
We love Pete the Cat, and it’s fun to see how he helps out the Easter bunny in Pete the Cat: Big Easter Adventure.
Religious Easter Picture Books
There are some lovely religious Easter picture books available to read. Even if you don’t celebrate this side of Easter, they can help teach children about world religions.
The Story of Easter offers a preschooler friendly introduction to the Easter story. Our favorite part is the Easter traditions from around the world that you find at the end of the book.
The Berenstain Bears’ Easter Sunday
Mike Berenstain’s The Berenstain Bears’ Easter Sunday includes the Easter story, but more importantly shadows the family as they go to church. This makes it an excellent read if you are trying to share religious Easter traditions with someone who is not Christian.
What are your favorite Easter stories to share? Do you have a favorite Easter themed picture book we should find and add to this post?