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Easter reading for the early years

I love giving easter books instead of easter eggs whenever I can. Here is a selection for young ones.
The Smallest Bilby and the Easter Tale by Nette Hilton and Bruce Whatley

The Easter Egg by Jan Brett
 
If Hoppi can make the best Easter egg, he will get to help the Easter Rabbit deliver the eggs on Easter morning.  The side borders show busy rabbits making beautiful eggs and above the Robin’s family drama unfolds.

Peekaboo Peter!: Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter

Peter Rabbit is hiding, can you find him? Inside there is a lovely collection of soft touch-and-feels, hidden behind flaps.
I Love Easter by Anna Walker
Spot's First Easter by Eric Hill
Spot goes on an exciting Easter hunt in this seasonal lift-the-flap tale by Eric Hill. The classic Spot story re-originated with special cover finishes and rescanned artwork
Happy Easter Peter! by Beatrix Potter: a pull the tab book
Peter Rabbit has a huge colourful basket of eggs to hand out to his friends, but he has to find them first!


Fair Dinkum Aussie Easter: Book & CD by Colin Buchanan and John McIntosh
A celebration of the Australian Easter experience with songs for all the family to enjoy including 'Australians all love easter buns'.
What Is Easter? by Michelle Medlock Adams and Amy Wummer
Aims to resolve the dilemma many parents have as they attempt to reconcile their religious faith with the secular celebration of Easter. The author first asks the question: Is this what Easter means? 'Now I get it, the eggs are fun and the Easter bunny is okay, but Easter's not about that stuff. It's about God's son.'
 The Easter Story by Patricia A. Pingry and Mary Ann Utt
Tells the story of Jesus so that very young children can understand it.
For older chidren and adults
Burra Nimu, the Easter Bilby by Jeni Bright can be downloaded

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