Easter Books for Kids

I’m excited to share this list of Easter books– perfect for primary school aged children. With some fan favourites like Pete the Cat and Fancy Nancy, plus some sneaky ways to catch the Easter Bunny, it’s sure to get your kids excited for Easter! We love the book an Egg is Quiet– it’s filled with interesting facts about all sorts of eggs. I hope your kids love these books as much as mine do!

Easter Books for Kids

An Egg is Quiet Dianna Hutts Aston
This nature book is filled with countless interesting facts all about eggs. It will get your kids thinking and curious about the vast amount of eggs.

Fancy Nancy and the Missing Easter Bunny Jane O’Connor and Robin Preiss Glasser
JoJo brings home Nibbles, her class’ pet bunny. When Nibbles gets out of his cage, Nancy swaps Easter egg hunting for bunny hunting to find Nibbles!

How to Catch the Easter Bunny Adam Wallace
My kids are obsessed with catching everyone from Santa, to Leprechauns, to the Easter Bunny! This fun book shows how the sneaky bunny escapes all kinds of clever traps.

Pete the Cat’s Big Easter Adventure James Dean and Kimberly Dean
In this fun story Pete the Cat needs to help out the Easter Bunny! Stickers and Easter cards make this a fun book for kids to spread Easter joy.

The Good Egg Jory John
A story all about a very, very good egg who is in a carton with a bunch of bad eggs. He tries very hard to be perfect, but finds out sometimes it’s too much pressure. The good egg goes on a journey of self care and learns the importance of taking care of yourself and those around you.





Mama Writes


  1. Easter is going to look a bit different this year but these fun books are a great way to maintain some Easter cheer. Thank you!

  2. All so cute. My daughter is just getting into those Fancy Nancy books so the Easter one is a must have for her Easter basket. 🙂

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