Easter Books with Pysanky Eggs and Illustrations Your Kids Would Want To Devour
Easter is one of my favorite holidays. It brings hope after a long winter, the promise of new life, and chocolate bunnies that I would consume before breakfast. Easter also provides a chance to reflect on family and worldwide celebrations and the desire to share those celebrations with the children in our life. Whether your family celebrates Easter as part of their faith, recognizes the event as part of the arrival of spring, or engages in the secular aspects of the Easter season, there are plenty of books to entertain and educate children about the holiday.
While many people flock to sugary snacks that will keep your children pumped for days, we must remark that these Easter books for young children are fantastic, non-sugary gifts to include in your child’s basket. So we hunted down some eggciting books eager to make their way into your child’s Easter basket. Let’s dig into some captivating and colorful Easter books you want to add to your kid’s library.
by Cathy Witbeck
When a young girl discovers that her grandmother’s hands have become too unsteady to create pysanky (Ukrainian Easter eggs), she decides to learn the craft herself in the hopes of healing her grandmother’s skill. The book describes how to make pysanky and the history, symbolism, and tradition behind the art. To devour this eye-catching book click here to make your purchase. Cathy has also published attractive coloring books too. Don’t forget to check her Village charm coloring book and the Pysanky egg coloring book.
You’re My Little Honey Bunny
by Natalie Marshall
This delightful rhyming, interactive board book is ideal for sharing with your own Easter bunny…or any time of year. This lovely and colorful rhyming board book will delight your little honey bunny! Children will like the interactive features, which include chunky pages for little hands and die-cut shapes to offer depth and interest, as well as the love story between a father and kid. It’s the ideal gift for Easter baskets, baby showers, or any other event.
How To Catch The Easter Bunny
by Adam, Wallace, Andy Elkerton
If your youngster is obsessed with catching any festive mythological creature, this book series is for them. On the other hand, this novel is recounted from the Easter Bunny’s perspective and takes us through an entire Easter delivery day. Beginning at the bunny’s headquarters, readers will follow along as the bunny delivers eggs while avoiding more complicated traps.
Peppa’s Easter Egg Hunt
by Scholastic, Eone
Is your child wholly smitten with Peppa the Pig? So are we, and so is this beautiful picture book, which also comes with some stickers. This picture book is a must-read for all Peppa fans who love Easter, with its joyful pals looking for chocolate eggs and watching newborn chicks hatch in the yard. If you have missed out on this book yet, then do not forget to add Peppa the Pig to your read list of Easter books 2022
The Velveteen Rabbit! The Classic Addition
by Margery Williams, Margery Williams Bianco, Charles Santore
This classic will fulfill your child’s plush animal fantasies. This well-known story is about a toy rabbit who becomes so popular that he becomes real. It is the ideal bunny book. Furthermore, the classic version has additional artwork by Charles Santore than the original publication. The frosting on the cake or the dye on your eggs is that you can purchase a lovely Velveteen Rabbit plush to give your child their very own Velveteen Rabbit to love and cherish.
The Easter Egg
by Jan Brett
In The Easter Egg, Jan Brett, author of numerous holiday classics, tells us an Easter story to remember. Follow Hoppi, a rabbit trying to build the perfect Easter egg to assist the Easter Bunny with his Easter morning deliveries. Hoppi is frustrated by his inability to create the perfect one and retreats into the woods to think. When he keeps a blue robin’s egg safe and warm until the tiny bird hatches, he gives the Easter Bunny the empty blue eggshell as his Easter egg. This pysanky picture book about kindness and Easter is sure to warm the hearts of everyone who read it.