What are you and your children reading? I had a box arrive from Amazon on Friday with more books in it as gifts, and for me…not like I need them right now…but they’re there for me when I have a few minutes, no matter the time of day. I also have another one on the way for my children, in addition to the wonderful books they have in the front room Certainly one can not have too many books? So, crack open a good read; Easter break is a great time to do some reading; whether for the pure pleasure of the book itself, or for the instructions for Easter treats or crafts. This week on What To Read Wednesday, I’m sharing some Easter books for kids.
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Easter Books For Kids
As usual, I have tried to provide a selection of books for different age groups and interests.
I have provided links to these books for both my American and British readers. Enjoy!
- All New Crafts For Easter (All New Holiday Crafts For Kids) (UK link here)
- Easter Sweets and Treats (Holiday Cooking for Kids!) (UK link here)
- Crafts For Easter (Holiday Crafts for Kids) (UK link here)
- Bunny’s Nursery Rhymes (Preschool Pop-Ups) (UK link here)
- Easter Bugs : A Springtime Pop-up by David A Carter (UK link here)
- Wubbzy’s Egg-cellent Easter (Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!) (UK link here)
- The Berenstain Bears and the Easter Story: Stickers Included! (UK link here)
- Happy Easter, Mouse! (UK link here)
- The Story of the Easter Bunny (UK link here)
- Captain Awesome and the Easter Egg Bandit (UK link here)
- A Galactic Easter! (Galaxy Zack) (UK link here)
- My Weird School Special: Bunny Double, We’re in Trouble! (UK link here)
The most popular post from last week was:
The most clicked-on post from last week’s linky was this post by Colours Of Us; Multicultural Poetry Books for children aged 0-10, I’m going to have to see if I can source any of these for our collection.
And now for the link up!
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