Fridays are all about you, dear reader. I’m pleased to introduce you to Feature Fridays, where I will bring you new fantasy and science fiction books every week.
To kick off Feature Fridays and celebrate Easter, however, I bring you something different… a selection of Easter books for children – because, to me, Easter is largely about family.
Have you ever wondered where the Easter Bunny comes from? How old he is? And how he happened to become a talking rabbit with a fondness for chocolate eggs? Gather around, children, and I shall tell you the legend of Peter Cottontail…
This Bible booklet is easy for kids to understand, as illustrations from Marvel and DC Comics artist Sergio Cariello bring the story of Jesus to life. Parents, see how easily you can teach your children about the miracle of Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection using this tool. Churches, The Action Bible Easter Story is the perfect resource for Sunday school teachers and families.
Little Duck is hunting for a very special Easter egg. She searches high and low with the help of her forest friends, but where will they find the golden egg? Children will be delighted by this fun Easter egg hunt as they discover colorful foil-stamped surprises hidden under gatefold flaps on each page. Accompanied by beautiful watercolor illustrations, this simple rhyming story and hide-and-seek game is the perfect addition to any Easter basket.
Little Josh and family have lots of fun celebrating Easter. They enjoy Easter egg hunts and get baskets of candy too! All kinds of great fun and play are in-store for them on this special day. Josh’s Cousin Lyn arrives to celebrate also. Its a very special wonderful day for all.
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Happy Easter weekend!