Easter themed books for children

Eggcellent Easter themed books for children

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If you’re looking to do something a bit different this Easter, why not give a book as a gift instead of an Easter egg? Read on for some eggcellent Easter themed books for children.

A Rabbit called Clover by Helen Peters

A Rabbit called Clover by Helen Peters

Jasmine’s dad is a farmer, and her mum is a vet, so Jasmine spends a lot of time caring for animals and keeping them out of trouble. Unfortunately, this often means she gets into hot water herself…

It’s not easy rescuing two frightened pet rabbits, but once they’re safe on the farm, Jasmine only has to find their owner. But Clover is an expert at escaping and soon she’s on the loose again. Can Jasmine track her down before she runs into trouble she can’t escape?

Brilliant storytelling that will make you laugh and cry, this is Dick King-Smith for a new generation. Perfect for readers aged seven and up.

A Rabbit Called Clover can be read as a stand-alone story, or enjoyed as part of the Jasmine Green series.

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Farm by Anne-Kathrin Behl

Farm by Anne-Kathrin Behl

Explore the big outdoors in these action-packed animal board books with sliders on every page.

Published in collaboration with the National Trust, this brand new series of board books will inspire a love of nature in even the littlest of animal lovers. With vibrant artwork printed on white board, robust easy-to-use mechanisms for tiny hands and a rhyming text with friendly animal facts, these are the perfect books to captivate curious little explorers time and time again.

In this first farm book, there are cows hiding in the barn, lambs playing in the field, ducks paddling near the pond and many more farm animals to bring to life with the moving parts.

Other titles in the series include: SeasideCountrysideWoods and River

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Eggs by Katie Dale

Eggs by Katie Dale

Can you guess what’s inside these eggs?

Lift the card flaps to discover all kinds of baby animals! This book encourages children to count the eggs from one to five, while lifting the sturdy flaps to discover some surprising little creatures that hatch from eggs.

Illustrated by the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize-winning artist Jenny Løvlie in sumptuous, textured detail, with a read-aloud rhyming text from Katie Dale, this beautiful board book will delight young readers.

Scan the Stories Aloud QR code on the back cover the read along with the story!

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If it's Easter and you know it by Katrina Charman and Angie Rozelaar

If it’s Easter and you know it by Katrina Charman and Angie Rozelaar

It’s Easter and it’s time to celebrate in this springtime sing-along book with sliders!

Bring this board book to life as the little children take part in four fun Easter activities. Stroke a bunny, feed a chick, plant a flower and find egg – with robust sliders that are easy for the tiniest hands to move and joyful neon artwork, this is the perfect book to share at springtime.

Scan the Stories Aloud QR code on the back cover to sing along with the song!

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How good do these books look? Which one would you pick?

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