Picture books celebrating Easter

By Scottish Book Trust

Picture books celebrating Easter

By Scottish Book Trust

Looking for some Easter-themed stories to share over the holidays? Here are some delightful books for you to cuddle up and read with your little Easter bunnies.

Hooray for Hoppy: A First Book of Senses

Tim Hopgood

£6.99 £6.64

Join Hoppy the rabbit as he uses his senses to explore the beginning of springtime. The air is fresh, the birds are singing - but where are his friends? Tim Hopgood's iconic bold and colourful illustrations bring the beauty of the season to life. Little ones will also love to learn about and explore their own senses. What does spring look, smell and feel like to you?

Where's Baby Bunny?

Ingela P Arrhenius

£6.99 £6.64

Where’s Baby Bunny? is the beautiful and bright spring edition of Nosy Crow’s Felt Flap series. Help your little one search for Baby Bunny and all of her friends by lifting the colourful felt flaps. With sturdy and durable felt flaps, you and your little one can enjoy this book many times over. The illustrations are also minimal and modern, and the text is clear and repetitive; perfect for babies. There’s even a surprise mirror on the final page!

If It's Easter and You Know It . . .

Katrina Charman and Angie Rozelaar

£6.99 £6.64

This super cute, chunky board book is a lovely Easter treat to share with the youngest of children. With sliders that are perfect for little hands, simple text that flows to the tune of ‘If You’re Happy and You Know It’ and high contrast colours, this is a cheerful introduction to all the hallmarks of springtime.

Tyrannosaurus Drip

Julia Donaldson and David Roberts

£7.99 £7.59

Everyone knows that tyrannosauruses are big and scary, so when a placid duckbill dinosaur's egg ends up in the wrong nest, confusion ensues! Julia Donaldson and David Roberts have teamed up many times including Jack and the FlumFlum Tree and The Troll. This raucous tale of mistaken identity and celebrating difference will give little readers real belly laughs.

Oh Dear!: A Lift-the-flap Farm Book from the Creator of Dear Zoo

Rod Campbell

£7.99 £7.59

Buster has gone to stay on Grannie’s farm. When she sends him out to find some eggs you will need to help Buster find the right building and the right animals. This charming lift-the-flap book is the perfect interactive read for any young farm enthusiasts who love a good egg hunt.

Mini Rabbit Must Help

John Bond

£7.99 £7.59

Mini Rabbit has a very important letter to post. He wants to be helpful, but whether it’s unexpected gusts of wind or unfortunate cakey messes, sometimes things get in the way. Parents and caregivers might resonate with Mini Rabbit’s unabashed efforts to be ‘really helpful’ – right down to the way that Mini Rabbit is illustrated, with big eyes that are full of toddler-like purpose. And Mini Rabbit’s persevering little comments (‘I WON’T be late’, ‘Must help’…) contrasts hilariously with the book’s witty narration. A perfect Easter picture book treat to share with your own mini rabbits.

Eggs!: A lift-the-flap counting book full of surprises!

Katie Dale and Jenny Løvlie

£6.99 £6.64

This is a gorgeous lift the flap board book with wonderful rhyming text. Little ones will love finding the very cute (and surprising!) baby animals in the eggs – and it encourages counting skills too. By just having numbers up to 5 (rather than 10 like most counting books) this is great for younger children. You can also scan the QR code on the back of the book to read along with the story.

Little Owl's Egg

Debi Gliori and Alison Brown

£7.99 £7.59

Mummy Owl has laid an egg and Little Owl isn't happy. He's Mummy's baby and she doesn't need another! Perhaps it's a penguin instead? Or a dragon? This delightful, reassuring story about the enduring love between children and their grown-ups is perfect for little ones expecting a new arrival in their family. It's also a handy reminder about the dangers of cuddling your chocolate Easter eggs too much!

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