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Easter (Kids)

Celebrate Easter with these fabulous books and movies for kids!

Turkey's eggcellent Easter by Wendi J Silvano

Turkey and his farm friends come up with clever disguises to trick the farmer into letting them participate in the Easter egg hunt.

Here comes the Easter Beagle! by Charles M Schulz

Linus tells everyone that the Easter Beagle is coming to give eggs to the good children, and they wait on Easter morning for him to appear.

Happy Easter, pout-pout fish by Deborah Diesen

Mr. Fish and his friends celebrate Easter by participating in an Easter egg hunt.

Easter counting by Barbara Barbieri McGrath

New text invites the reader to count the Easter eggs, found by the different animals, and add them up

Otter loves Easter! by Sam Garton

Otter is delighted with all the chocolate eggs he receives from the Easter Bunny, but he has a difficult time learning to share them with his friends.

The great Easter race! by Craig (Author) Manning

Gathering at the park on a bright Easter morning, the Sesame Street gang excitedly watches the Great Easter Race and wonder if the slow-and-steady turtle or the quick bunny will win.

Fancy Nancy and the missing Easter bunny by Jane O'Connor

When Nibbles the bunny, JoJo's class pet, escapes during the Easter egg hunt in her backyard, Fancy Nancy works to find her before anyone notices that she is missing.

It's Easter, Chloe Zoe! by Jane Smith

Chloe Zoe is determined to find the golden egg at this year's Easter egg hunt, but when someone else finds it before her, Chloe Zoe quickly becomes upset.

Llama Llama Easter egg by Anna Dewdney

Its Easter morning and Llama Llama is excited to see what the Easter Bunny has brought him, including jelly beans, chocolate bunnies, colorful eggs, and a special surprise.

Chester's colorful Easter eggs by Theresa Smythe

Chester has a good time coloring Easter eggs and hiding them for his friends, one by one, but even he is surprised when the eggs are found and brought together.

The Easter Bunny's assistant by Jan Thomas

The Easter Bunny and his special assistant demonstrate how to make Easter eggs.

The Easter egg by Jan Brett

Hoppi the bunny wants to win the egg-decorating contest so the Easter Bunny will choose him to help distribute Easter eggs, but instead, while everyone else is working on their decorations, he finds himself guarding an egg that has fallen from a robin's nest.

Easter by Nancy I Sanders

It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown

Charlie, Sally, Lucy and the rest of the gang are getting ready for Easter, but Linus insists no preparation is necessary. The Easter Beagle will take care of everything!

The bunny who found Easter by Charlotte Zolotow

A lonely rabbit searches for others of his kind from summer through winter until spring arrives and he finds one special bunny

Peppa Pig. the Easter Bunny

Watch all twelve Peppasodes for lots of giggles with Peppa, her little brother George, Mummy Pig, Daddy Pig and friends!

Pete the cat : big Easter adventure by Eric Litwin

Pete the Cat is appointed as an unwitting helper to a troubled Easter Bunny and races to deliver eggs before time runs out, in a tale complemented by a poster, punch-out cards, and stickers.

Easter traditions around the world by M Cosson

An introduction to Easter traditions around the world explains the origins of the holiday and its connection with springtime and rabbits, and describes how it is celebrated in Australia, Ghana, the United States, and other countries

Duck & Goose, here comes the Easter bunny! by Tad Hills

Duck and Goose attempt to find a hiding place where they can wait for the Easter Bunny without being seen.

Celebrate Easter with colored eggs, flowers, and prayer by Deborah Heiligman

An introduction to the customs related to the Christian holiday of Easter

Disney. My first Easter by Sara (Sara F Miller

Rhyming text introduces young readers to the delights of Easter, in a board book with touch-and-feel elements.
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