Little Library: Easter Books for Preschoolers

Easter Books for Preschoolers

Happy spring, Happy Easter! This Easter book collection is perfect for kids ages four and up. These books offer a mixture of fun, meaningful, and engaging content that is perfect preschool-age children. My oldest daughter and I love to read these books together one-on-one. We talk about friendship and inclusion while reading the book Cat and Bunny, create a fun story and guess what’s coming next in the book Egg, and look for spring animal babies in the Baby Easter Bunny.

These books are perfect for adding to your kids’ Easter basket, and we love having a growing collection of Easter books for our bookshelf! We hope you enjoy these sweet Easter reads! xo

5 Easter Books for Preschoolers

The Berenstain Bears Baby Easter Bunny Jan Berenstain
My girls love lift the flap books and this one is filled with the arrival of all kinds of spring time babies! It’s a great way for the little ones to learn about all the different animals born in the spring.

Cat and Bunny Mary Lundquist
We love this sweet little story about a first friendship. Bunny and Cat always play together and overtime learn to include others in their games. I think this book is perfect for Vienna as she meets and makes new friends in school.

Egg Kevin Henkes
This fun book encourages creativity and story telling in preschoolers. With short text, repetition, and comic strip-like images, kids are encouraged to engage in the story and think about what happens next! Vienna really enjoys telling me the story.

The Great Easter Race Sesame Workshop
This fun little book is about all the characters from Sesame Street gathering for an Easter race, and a tricky bunny that leaves Easter surprises for everyone along the route making for a surprising race winner (spoiler: it’s a turtle)!

Happy Easter Country Bunny DueBose Heyward
This classic tale (from 1939) is about a mother bunny who has to leave to deliver Easter eggs, and while away all of her 21 little bunnies take care of each other and all the household chores until she returns. (A Moms dream, right? 😉 )

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