5 Interesting Easter Stories for Parents to get before Easter

//5 Interesting Easter Stories for Parents to get before Easter

5 Interesting Easter Stories for Parents to get before Easter

Stories transport children into an imaginary world full of wonder, curiosity, enthusiasm and pure joy – a world with endless possibilities. Here are some remarkable Easter stories that you can read to your child.

1.         Spot’s First Easter by Eric Hill

This is a classic picture book, ideal for young children. The Easter bunny has hidden some Easter eggs for the story’s main character, Spot, to find. While on the quest to find these Easter eggs, Spot takes you on an adventure that encourages curiosity and exploration. It’s a fun ride to be a part of, so make sure your child does not miss out on it!

If your child loved reading this book, try “Where’s Spot?” and “Spot Goes to School” for double the fun.

2.         Peppa’s Easter Egg Hunt by Mark Baker, Neville Astley, and Scholastic Corporation

If your child loves Peppa Pig, they will love this special Easter edition book. Grandpa Pig organises a special egg hunt for Peppa Pig and her friends. Join Peppa, Freddy Fox, and Rebecca Rabbit as they search for yummy colourful eggs.

3.         The Berenstain Bears and the Easter Story by Jan Berenstain and Mike Berenstain

The Berenstain bears have allured generations of readers with their meaningful lessons. Now, the bear family brings you an extraordinary Easter story that has an equally special lesson for its readers to learn. In this book, the bear cubs learn the true meaning of Easter.

The best part of this storybook is that the back cover page features exciting activities and questions to help your child apply the lessons learned.

4.         Llama Llama Easter Egg by Anna Dewdney

This book is short and full of rhymes, and hence, it is a quick and easy read. This popular book of the Llama Llama series introduces readers to Mama Llama, Luna Giraffe, Nelly Gnu, and Euclid, and the Easter bunny that brings lots of delicious treats – jelly beans, chocolate eggs.

5.         Pete the Cat: Big Easter Adventure by James Dean and Kimberly Dean

This Easter adventure book is not just a fun read, but also features a poster, stickers, and a set of punch-out cards. One morning, Pete finds that the Easter bunny needs extra help. The hippie blue cat puts on his rabbit ears and helps the bunny collect, paint, and hide the eggs, just in time for Easter.

So, which of these books will you get for your child this Easter? Hard to pick one, right?

2020-03-29T13:25:43+00:00April 1st, 2020|

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