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Favorite Easter Books

Posted by homeschoolmentormom on February 22, 2010


 

Benjamin’s Box, by Melody Carlson–this book goes along with resurrection eggs.  Benjamin collects “keepsakes” to help him remember what happened to Jesus.

Legend of the Easter Egg, by Lori Walburg (a longer picture book, 4-5+)   I’ve noticed that there seems to be a new Easter book in the “Legend” series, but I haven’t seen it.

The Best Thing About Easter, Christine Harder Tangvald (the eggs, bunnies and etc are fun, but the best thing about Easter is Jesus!

The Story of Easter, by Pingry, Patricia A. Wells, and Lorraine

The Very First Easter, by Paul L., Maier (beautiful illustrations; a longer picture book, probably for mature 4-5 year olds and up.

 

 Bunny Books:

Home For a Bunny, by Margaret Wise Brown (a big Little Golden book)  a sweet classic.

  

Mousekin’s Easter Basket, by Edna Miller:  I haven’t seen this one, but I’m going to order it…all the Mousekin books I’ve seen are fabulous.

 

The Country Bunny and the Little Gold Shoes by Dubose Heyword and Marjorie Flack

  

The Golden Egg Book by Margaret Wise Brown.  A little bunny finds an egg; what could be inside?  Another all time classic. 

 

Arch books (various titles; see your local Bible book store.)

 

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