Favorite Easter Picture Books for Children

While these Easter Picture Books are great for the holiday, we read many of them year round.

For children, Easter often a time for fun activities such as egg hunts, candy and spending time with family. Add to the fun with these adorable picture books

You can find these Easter picture books for children at your local library or purchase through the links provided for your convenience. And join us for even more Easter crafts and activities to do with your child.

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For more reading ideas, visit our extensive list of childrens books for kids!

Easter Picture Books

Easter is such a wonderful time of year. Easter egg hunts. Sunday brunches. But best of all… books!

We have been in love with author Rosemary Wells ever since we discovered her.

And Max’s Chocolate Chicken doesn’t disappoint.

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Try the audio track that goes with the book – it’s so adorable!

Easy Printable Easter Fun!

These easy Easter printable activities are here to make this holiday even more cheerful and creative!

These printables offer hours of engaging and imaginative fun – the perfect way to infuse the holiday with laughter and creativity.



  1. Oh, love the Happy Easter Mouse. I love children’s books & all the illustrations. Thanks for your recent visit! & follow. Can’t wait to get to know you better.

  2. One + One = Four says:

    We have a few of these, and they’re definitely Easter favorites!! I’m a new Facebook fan. 🙂


    1. Thanks. Always love Fans! And I actually just came across your blog this week. I really like what I see and look forward to getting to know you and your site better.

  3. My son loves Happy Easter Mouse 🙂

    1. My boys do, too. Sometimes we focus on the color of the eggs. Other times counting them all. And sometimes we talk about where we would hide them ourselves!

  4. One of my old favorites is The Easter Bunny Gang. Mostly because of the illustrations–loved it as a kid and love for my kids now! Visiting from the blog hop after you visited MY blog. It’s not a kids’ book, but I wrote an Easter ebook devotional–feel free to check it out, or not. 🙂

    1. My boys absolutely love love love Easter books. And Max’s Chocolate Chicken is read year-round in my house!

    1. My kids get a book every holiday… mainly because I can’t stop buying books! I’ve always been a reader. And now I’m a children’s book reader (no time for mama!)

  5. Just waving back! Thankyou for stopping by, love your little family corner around here! have a happy weekend!noni!

  6. Kelley Johnsen says:

    We have a few of these and love them as well. We love to have seasonal books to enjoy snuggle and reading together time. Thank you for sharing these 🙂

    1. We love seasonal books as well. However, Max’s Chocolate Chicken is a year-round read with my boys.

      1. Jenny Seiger says:

        Hi Jenny! My name is Jenny Seiger and I am writing to you because I found you on Pinterest on your Children’s Books Kid Blogger Network board. You said to leave a comment with you if you would like to be able to pin on that board. I would like to suggest my new book Why Is Mommy So Tired? It is a children’s picture book that is fun for both parent and kid to read. It would make a great book for families to read around Mother’s Day or any other time!

  7. LuAnn Braley says:

    Following from the Harvest of Friends Weekend Blog Hop.

    What a wonderful series of books! Thanks so much for posting the list, pictures and descriptions!

    1. So glad too! I wish someone had done this while we were just discovering kid lit. It would have saved me and the kids from a lot of duds out there.

  8. I didn’t know Laura Numeroff had an Easter book. Love her!

  9. Diane @ Me, Him And The Cats says:

    They look like great books!

  10. Anna at Mama Writes says:

    I love Easter and Easter books! I have to get some new easter books for my 4-year-old this year… Thanks for the list, I will look for these when we hit the bookstore!

  11. Great round up! I really appreciate the extra step to give a synopsis of each book! Well done. Thanks for visiting my blog today. I just wanted to let you know you have a reply to the comment you left on my flower ball tutorial post. Happy Easter Jennifer.

  12. Great list!!! Thank you. You will be featured on Good Tips Tuesday this week. (again!) 🙂 #smooches.

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