Books for Easter!

The following books are perfect for Spring time and for Easter too! Great for young children!

MY EASTER BASKET TAB BOOK by Roger Priddy (Priddy Books, January 8, 2019, Ages 0-2)
MY EASTER BASKET is an illustrated board book basket, with colorful Easter egg tabs, which opens out to search-and-find scenes of busy animals on an Easter egg hunt. Kids will love searching for the easter eggs right along with the animals in the story.
The cute basket-shape format, engrossing counting game, and colorful artwork all add up to a sweet alternative gift for young children at Easter.
Kids can carry it around like a basket, read the story, and enjoy the color-themed game of seek-and-find, spotting all the eggs the Easter Bunny has hidden on his rounds.
Roger Priddy’s passion for educating children through fun, informative and engaging books has led him to create some of publishing’s most enduring and successful non-fiction early learning books.

I love how bright and colorful this book is and that it is perfect for the very young children!

BORROWING BUNNIES: A SURPRISING TRUE TALE OF FOSTERING RABBITS Written by Cynthia Lord; photographs by John Bald; illustrations by Hazel Mitchell (Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR), February 12, 2019, Ages 3-6)
Newbery Honor author Cynthia Lord likes fostering rabbits—or, as she fondly calls it, “borrowing bunnies.” This is the heartwarming true story of the author’s own journey with two very special rabbits.
Young readers will delight in watching these bunnies thrive while also learning a few fun animal facts. With Cindy’s pitch-perfect blend of warmth and real-life experience, Borrowing Bunnies is a new classic in narrative nonfiction.
BORROWING BUNNIES sits confidently beside highly successful photographic picture books like Owen & Mzee, Nubs, Winter’s Tail, and Tuesday Tucks Me In.
The book will include FAQs about fostering and caring for rabbits, as well as fun facts about these little animals.

This book is absolutely beautiful! If you have a young children that likes bunnies, this book is a must read!

This is a perfect book for Spring!
SPRING AFTER SPRING by Stephanie Roth Sisson (Roaring Brook Press, August 14, 2018, Ages 4-8)
From the creator of Star Stuff comes a picture book biography of Rachel Carson, the iconic environmentalist who fought to keep the sounds of nature from going silent.
The cycles of nature that Rachel loved to study give structure to her own story in this charming picture book.
The story of a female scientist is great for STEM and common core lesson plan requirements.
Rachel Carson is widely considered the mother of the modern environmental movement. Her book, Silent Spring, led to the founding of Earth Day, which we still celebrate every April.

This is such a cute story!
NATURE GIRLS by Aki (Henry Holt BYR, on sale March 5, 2019, ages 3-6)
From the author-illustrator of The Weather Girls comes a new picture book starring an adorable troupe of girls exploring different biomes—the ocean, the desert, the tundra, the grasslands, the forest—and meeting all the cute animals that inhabit them.
All kinds of girls will see themselves in this adorable troupe of Nature Girls. With matching outfits and lots of spunk, they have all the charm of a modern-day Madeline.
Super cute art showcases the girls in scenes outdoors. Bright colors and simple lines bring this world to life!
Gently folded into the rhyming verse are fun facts and details about the biomes. Marine, desert, tundra, grasslands, forest—the Nature Girls love them all!

Look for all of these books this Spring!

Self Disclosure: I received free copies of the above books. Images were also provided. No other compensation was received and I only feature books that I highly recommend!

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