List of Easter Board Books

List of Easter Board Books

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List of Easter Board Books

Easter is coming!  If you have toddlers at home, you will want to check out this list of Easter board books.  These are perfect for the Easter baskets of infants and toddlers!

I know my granddaughter that is 2 1/2 will not be getting a lot of candy in her Easter basket from me.  (Candy seems to give her soooo… much energy!)  Books will definitely be in her basket.  My grandson will be 11 months by Easter.  He isn’t eating candy yet.  He will have a book or two from this list in his basket from me.

Happy Easter Shopping!!

Really Woolly Easter Blessings Board book – February 21, 2017

By:  Bonnie Rickner Jensen




The Story of Easter Board book – February 1, 2011

By:  Patricia A. Pingry and Rebecca Thornburgh




The Story of Easter Board book – February 4, 2013

By:  Thomas Nelson



The First Easter (Easter Board Books) Board book – February 6, 2005

By:  Jesslyn DeBoer and David Austin Clar




God Bless Our Easter Board book – February 4, 2014

By:  Hannah Hall




What Is Easter? Board book – February 1, 2013

By:  Michelle Medlock Adams and Amy Wummer




Meet the Easter Beagle! (Peanuts) Board book – January 17, 2017

By:  Tina Gallo, Charles Schulz and Vicki Scott




Here Comes Peter Cottontail! Board book – February 1, 2014

By:  Steve Nelson, Jack Rollins and Pamela Levy




Lift-the-Tab: Easter Board book – February 14, 2017

By:  Roger Priddy




Thomas Saves Easter! (Thomas & Friends) (Glitter Board Book)Board book – January 8, 2013

By:  Rev. W. Awdry and Tommy Stubbs




Happy Easter!

Peppa’s Easter Egg Hunt (Peppa Pig) Paperback – December 29, 2015

By:  Scholastic




The Bunny Rabbit Show! Board book – September 9, 2014

By:  Sandra Boynton




In Elmo’s Easter Parade (Sesame Street) Board book – January 13, 2009

By:  Naomi Kleinberg and Christopher Moroney




Spot’s Easter Surprise Board book – February 1, 2007

By:  Eric Hill



Peep, Peep, I Love You! (Padded Cloth Covers with Lift-the-Flaps)Board book – February 6, 2012

By:  Sandra Magsamen




Bedtime Bunny (Board Books with Plush Toy) Board book – January 15, 2009

By:  Sandra Magsamen



Happy Easter, Mouse! Board book – January 26, 2010

By:  Laura Numeroff and Felicia Bond




My First Easter Board book – January 24, 2008

By:  Tomie dePaola




Bright Baby Touch and Feel Easter Board book – January 31, 2012

By:  Roger Priddy




My Day with Jesus (Easter Board Books) Board book – February 6, 2005

By:  Alice Joyce Davidson and David Austin Clar




Llama Llama Easter Egg Board book – February 5, 2015

By:  Anna Dewdney




Where Are Baby’s Easter Eggs?: A Lift-the-Flap Book (Karen Katz Lift-the-Flap Books) Board book – January 8, 2008

By:  Karen Katz



I love reading board books with my grandchildren!

The Bunny Hop (Sesame Street) (Big Bird’s Favorites Board Books) Board book – January 27, 2004

By:  Sarah Albee and Maggie Swanson




Duck & Goose, Here Comes the Easter Bunny! Board book – January 24, 2012

By:  Tad Hills




The Itsy Bitsy Bunny Board book – January 5, 2016

By:  Jeffrey Burton and Sanja Rescek




Happy Easter, Pout-Pout Fish (A Pout-Pout Fish Mini Adventure) Board book – January 17, 2017

By:  Deborah Diesen and Dan Hanna





Ollie’s Easter Eggs (Gossie & Friends) Board book – January 15, 2013

By:  Olivier Dunrea




The Very Hungry Caterpillar’s Easter Colors (The World of Eric Carle) Board book – January 17, 2017

By:  Eric Carle




Hoppy Clubhouse Easter Board book – January 4, 2011

By:  Marcy Kelman




Hop! Hop! (Leslie Patricelli board books) Board book – February 10, 2015

By:  Leslie Patricelli




Biscuit’s Pet & Play Easter: A Touch & Feel Book Board book – January 22, 2008

By:  Alyssa Satin Capucilli and Pat Schories




Disney Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse Easter Board Book Set For Kids Toddlers (Set of 2 Chunky Mini Board Books)

By:  Disney




Richard Scarry’s Bunnies Board book – January 7, 2014

By:  Richard Scarry






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