31 Adorable Easter Books

One of my biggest joys is being able to get books for my little boys. I love being able to get books for every holiday and have that collection grow over time. This year I have found a lot of Easter books and wanted to share them with you.

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One, Two, PEEP! Peeps Finger Puppet Board Book: This book is adorable. It has an Easter-themed counting adventure. You can hop down bunny lane, splash in the springtime rain, head to the Easter parade, and join an Easter egg hunt with the bunny. This Easter book has a soft plush finger puppet toy built in.This book teaches language patterns, interactive play and hand-eye coordination.

Spot’s Easter Surprise: This is a cute Easter Book. Spot and his friends hunt for eggs at his grandparents’ house.

Easter Chunky Lift-a-Flap: This book shows spring colors and all things Easter. This book has simple sentences reinforcing language structure and sturdy flaps that help develop fine motor skills.

Baby Touch and Feel: Bunny: This is an interactive and fun way to help your child learn not only words but shapes and textures too. There are bold, bright pictures and colorful animal-inspired illustrations. This is a great first book for toddlers.

Biscuit’s Pet & Play Easter: Join Biscuit on the hunt for shiny Easter eggs in this touch-and-feel adventure. The sturdy board book pages and simple text are just right for babies and toddlers.

How to Catch the Easter Bunny: Finding eggs is easy, but can you catch the Easter Bunny? Start a new tradition with this bright and funny children’s Easter book and get inspired to build STEAM traps of your own. We got the How to Catch a Turkey this past Thanksgiving and my son loved it.

My First Easter: The importance of family and sharing are beautifully shown in this board book all about Easter celebrations.

The Fuzzy Duckling: This little book is about a Fuzzy Duckling and counting his new animal friends. This has simple words and is adorable.

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The Night Before Easter: This book is a great twist on The night before Christmas. It is a great Easter book to have in your collection.

The Tale of Peter Rabbit: Follow the story of naughty Peter Rabbit as he squeezes under the gate into Mr. McGregor’s garden and finds himself in all kinds of trouble.

Happy & Hoppy: Help the little bunny rabbits get ready for easter. Every flip of the page brings a new activity that each little boy or girl will love and babies are sure to enjoy the sturdy, interactive flaps. There are new activities under each flap that include searching, matching, counting, colors, comparing and more. It has a take-along handle for little hands to carry wherever they go.

Happy Easter, Bunny! 3-Button Sound Board: This is an Easter sound book that is fun for your little baby or toddler. It is a great board book to add to your Easter Books.

The Itsy Bitsy Bunny: This is a fun and playful holiday twist on “The Itsy Bitsy Spider”. The Bunny must hop at top speed so he can get all of his eggs hidden in time for the big holiday.

Don’t Push the Button! An Easter Surprise: Go on a fun-filled adventure in this interactive Easter edition of Don’t Push the Button. This interactive book is a must.

A Little Bunny: Little ones will learn all about cottontail rabbits in the wild. This bunny shaped board book has thick pages perfectly sized for little hands. It is a perfect little gift to complete any Easter Books collection.

It’s Not Easy Being a Bunny: In this book, a young bunny explores life with different animal friends.

Happy Easter, Little Pookie: It’s Easter. Join Pookie as he prepares for this spring holiday.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar’s Easter Egg Hunt: Meet friendly farmyard animals and lift the flaps on every page to help The Very Hungry Caterpillar hunt for Easter eggs. This is a fun lift-the-flap adventure with big flaps that are perfect for little hands.

Where Do Diggers Hunt for Easter Eggs?: Follow diggers, cranes, cement mixers and more for a fun and festive day full of surprises.

Llama Llama Easter Egg: With short and simple rhyming text, the Llama Llama board books introduce Llama Llama to babies and toddlers before they’re ready for longer full-length stories. In Llama Llama Easter Egg, the Easter Bunny brings lots of treats for Llama Llama: jelly beans, colorful eggs, and a fluffy surprise!

Llama Llama Hoppity-Hop: Can you move like Llama Llama? Watch Llama hop, stretch, touch, and tap in this third board book.

Happy Easter, Mouse: Join Mouse from If you Give a Mouse a Cookie as he goes on an Easter Egg hunt. Each page has one or two sentences and points out a different color and number of eggs.

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Bunny Roo, I Love You: Mamas know just how to soothe and comfort them. There are beautiful scenes that portray all kinds of mama animals looking out for their little ones. This book has the feel of a classic and its heartwarming premise make it a family favorite.

Construction Site: Spring Delight: It’s Easter at the construction site. Lift the flaps on each sturdy page to reveal blooming flowers, baby ducks and gentle lambs and a special Easter egg hunt surprise.

Duck & Goose, Here Comes the Easter Bunny: Duck & Goose have lots of ideas about how to find the Easter Bunny, but will they succeed? Preschoolers won’t be able to resist this latest board book featuring Duck & Goose, lots of colorful eggs, and the Easter Bunny.

Guess How Much I Love You: How much does Little Nutbrown Hare love his daddy? And how much does Big Nutbrown Hare love him back? The cherished tale of boundless affection is ready for boundless sharing in a durable board-book edition for the younger set.

Hippity, Hoppity, Little Bunny: Follow the little bunny rabbit and it’s adorable bird friends in this finger puppet book as they hunt for Easter eggs. Wiggle the puppet to make the bunny in the story come alive. It helps entertain while teaching your baby language patterns.

Where Are Baby’s Easter Eggs?: Where could the Easter eggs be? Children will discover colorful springtime objects under each of the six sturdy flaps until… they find Baby’s Easter eggs in a fold-out finale.

Peter Rabbit Naturally Better Classic Gift Set: This is a collection of classic children’s tales. It includes four classic Beatrix Potter tales that include: The Tale of Peter Rabbit, The Tale of Mr. Jeremy Fisher, The Take of Tom Kitten, and The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck.

Pat the Bunny: This is one of the best selling children’s book of all time. This touch-and-feel book offers babies a playful and engaging experience.

Jellycat Magic Bunny: The Magic Bunny is a wonderful tale of a very special rabbit, who looks out for his friend when everyone is asleep.

What books do you have from this list? Let me know what you have added to your Easter Books collection below.

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Baby’s First Easter

Your Baby’s First Easter basket is such a fun and exciting gift to put together for your newborn or young toddler. It is such a low-key holiday…and spring and summer are coming. It’s a few weeks until Easter now and I couldn’t resist putting together an easter basket for him with some goodies. 

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As a child, you probably had an easter basket full of chocolate eggs, marshmallow-y treats, and a solid chocolate easter bunny. They are oblivious to all the fuss about dying eggs, too little for candy…so what to get for their basket?! Check out this fun list below. It has a great mix of practical and fun for Baby’s First Easter.

Baby’s First Easter Toys

Easter Board Book: My favorite part is picking out books. I love a good story book. Check out this post here for The Ultimate list of Easter Books. 

Stuffed Toys

Stuffed Animal Bunny: This Melissa & Doug Bunny features long floppy ears with extra-soft plush fur. The cuddliest gift.

Stuffed Animal Flower Bunny: This bunny has the cutest flower print in the ears. It is perfect for spring.

Melissa & Doug Rollables Safari and Farm Friends: This set includes a zebra, monkey, elephant, lion with a chime, pig, chicken, horse, and a cow with chime. These Rollables are easy for infants and toddlers to grasp, firm enough to roll, and soft enough to squeeze.

Stacking Toys

Silicone Stacking Toys: This stacking block is made of silicone. It is so much cooler then the first ones I bought our sons. It can be used as a baby toy and it can be cleaned with warm soapy water and is dishwasher safe. It includes 6 different sizes and colors. It is very helpful for children to identify colors and sizes.

Wooden Rainbow Stacking Toy: This is probably one of the prettiest toys I have ever seen. It is great for stacking and looks beautiful on the shelf.

Stacking Cups Toy: This set contains 10 labeled stacking cups with a bonus bear head shaker for added fun, and a squirting bath toy to extend the fun to bath times.

Shape Sorter Montessori Stacking Toys: How cute is this Shape Sorter? I love the colors.

Pastel Wooden Building Block Playset: This pastel wooden playset is so fun to play with. Little hands will enjoy stacking and arranging the colorful blocks. The various shapes and patterns will entertain your little ones. Cleanup will be easy with the bucket storage container it comes with. No more loose blocks scattered around the playroom.

Wooden Rainbow Abacus: Children can use the abacus to learn colors, counting, and math, and develop hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills. The colors also make it look super cute to have on your shelf.

Musical Toys

Xylophone Wooden Educational Pounding and Hammer Montessori Musical Toy: This baby xylophone can be played in many ways. When the knock makes the ball jingle, children can take the ball, or they can pull out the keyboard and xylophone to play solo. This wooden musical pounding toy encourages the development and exploration of music, audio recognition and playback.

Baby Einstein Take Along Tunes Musical Toy: This toy has 10 total melodies with volume control which is great for mom and dad.

Guess How Much I Love You – Jack-in-The-Box: This is an interactive toy for infants with music and a pop up friend will bring a smile to baby. They will have their first experience with peekaboo, cause and effect.

Skip Hop Baby Rattle Toy: This toy is super fun with a flexible body that has easy-to-grasp openings that help little hands. The rattle encourages rolling, shaking and tossing, with surfaces made for teething.

Bunny Rattle: This wooden crochet teething rattle is too darn cute. It is the perfect addition to your little one’s basket.

Sensory Toys

Rock Shape Sorter: This cube comes with 12 shaped blocks in multiple color, bright colors and chunky size makes it easy for little hands to grasp. This toy is perfect to develop kids coordination abilities and creativity, hand-eye coordination, color and shape recognition and problem-solving skills.

Hide & Squeak Easter Eggs: This easter egg toy is an adorable and educational addition to their Easter basket. It contains 6 colorful squeaking Easter eggs for them to play with. They feature shells that crack open to reveal adorable colorful chicks. You can press down gently on the colored chicks’ heads to hear them chirp.

Infantino Textured Multi Ball Set: These are easy to grab, with a bright and textured design for babies to develop tactile senses.

Peter Rabbit Soft Book with Teether and Crinkle: This a fun soft fabric book featuring Peter Rabbit. It is fun and an on the go clip.

Guess How Much I Love You On-The-Go Activity Toy: This activity features a teether handle, peek-a-boo mirror, tactile ribbons, crinkle and on-the-go straps.

Easter Fidget Sensory Pop Toys: My son loves pop it toys. This set has 4. They are a green egg, orange carrot, yellow chick and pink bunny.

Melissa & Doug K’s Kids Pull-Back Vehicle Set: This set includes 4 safe, soft vehicles including a school bus, family car, fire truck, and police car. They are fun. They can just pull them back and release to see them zoom off across the floor.

Melissa & Doug Multi-Sensory Soft Taco Fill & Spill Infant Toys For Babies: How cute is this taco toy?! This soft taco play food fill-and-spill toy is a fun way for baby’s to discover textures and sounds. It includes a soft foam taco shell, 3 smooth fabric pieces, 3 textured crinkle pieces, 3 food-shaped fabric pieces and 2 attached textured pieces.

Melissa & Doug Multi-Sensory Take-Along Clip-On: You can clip this cute PB&J toy and Bubble Tea toy to strollers, diaper bags, high chairs, car seats, and more to keep the fun close at hand.

Baby’s First Easter Clothing & Accessories

Copper Pearl Beanie: These are the softest baby beanies. They are a perfect item to put in the Easter basket.

Copper Pearl Headband: This headband is super soft and really cute.

Pink Easter Bibs: Set includes coordinating bibs and headbands.

Blue Easter Bibs: Super cute blue Easter bibs.

Rabbit Style Long Dress: This might be the cutest Easter Bunny dress I have ever seen.

Bunny Kisses Blue Romper: This ‘Bunny Kisses’ Romper is really cute. I wish they had it in my size.

Hunny Bunny Short Sleeve Romper: I think this would look really cute on your little ‘Hunny Bunny’.

Newborn Baby Bunny Rabbit Knitted Crochet: This will look adorable for so many Easter pictures.

Baby's First Easter

Snacks & Plateware

If your Baby is over 6 months, snacks make an easy option for filling up those baskets. Here are a few candy – alternative snacks you may want to include:

Baby puffs, yogurt melts, crisps, teething biscuits, fruit bars, and fruit pouches.

You can also fill Baby’s Easter Basket with some essential feeding supplies you already intend to stock up on.

Ducky Toddler Plate: These come in so many fun colors. They are made of silicone and suctions securely to any hard, flat surface.

Munchkin Fresh Food Feeder: These are great and safe for giving your little one fresh fruit.

Munchkin Trainer Cup: These are great for learning how to drink out of a big kid cup without spilling all over.

Munchkin Snack Catcher: These are great for storing snacks without them dumping them all over the floor.

Munchkin Suction Bowls: These are great for putting their food in and keeping them stuck to the tray.

Baby’s First Easter Practical Items

Pink Banana Toothbrush: This is such a really cute toothbrush.

Carrot Teething Toy: This teether is the right size for little hands, with built-in handles. It has the perfect textures to help with developmental growth while satisfying the baby’s need to soothe tender gums.

No matter how you choose to celebrate this holiday, you might find some items from this list that could be helpful to you. Let me know in the comments if you got anything from this list.