Celebrate Easter and Spring with Albert Whitman

Easter is just around the corner, so why not fill your Easter baskets with something new to read? We have a selection of books about Easter and the cute animals associated with the holiday. Check out the list below for colorful picture books that are perfect all spring long!

 

It’s Easter Chloe Zoe!

Chloe Zoe is on another adventure and this time she’s looking for Easter eggs! Everyone is searching for the sparkling golden egg with a magic prize inside. Chloe Zoe notices that Mary Margaret doesn’t have any Easter eggs, so they decide to work together. But then, Mary Margaret finds the sparkling golden egg and Chloe Zoe gets upset! Find out what’s inside the special egg in this story about teamwork and friendship by clicking here. If you like this Chloe Zoe story, take a look at her other holiday adventures, too!

 

The Sheep Who Hatched and Egg

Lola the sheep loves her amazing wool, and so does everyone else on the farm. One day the weather starts to heat up and all the sheep need to get haircuts, and Lola’s haircut is horrible. Embarrassed, she runs away. As her wool grows back, she finds a surprise hiding in her wool and realizes she doesn’t have to be pretty or perfect in order to be extraordinary! The bright and whimsical watercolors and cute characters will keep readers engaged in this story about loving yourself. Click here for more.

 

What Am I? Easter

This fun and informative book helps young readers see all the things that make Easter special. Hints and pictures under flaps within the book make it an interactive reading experience. Perfect for young readers or a read-a-loud activity, What Am I? Easter is sure to be a hit. For more information, follow this link.

 

Next to You

This adorable picture book is meant to remind loved ones just how cute they are. The easy-to-follow text and increasingly darling illustrations will have kids and adults saying “awww” in an instant. The baby animals featured range from monkeys in a tree and kittens with a ball of yarn to a basket of baby chicks and a squirrel eating a doughnut. What’s sweeter than that? For more, click here.

 

Cock-a-Doodle Who?

Children will be fascinated by the striking cutouts and bright patterns in this picture book about farms and the animals and people that are found there. The illustrations are accompanied by simple text in verse. The compact size makes it a perfect fit for an Easter basket or on-the-go read. Find out more by clicking here.

 

Happy Easter! For more holiday picture books from Albert Whitman click here.

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Celebrate Easter and Spring with Albert Whitman

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