#TBT Fun Easter Re-reads

#Kidlit so fun it is worth posting again



easter 2016


Title/Author: One Hundred Eggs For Henrietta / Sally Huss
Genre: Children’s Books / Easter
Pages: 44
Recommended Ages: 2-8
Book Links: Amazon

069240015X-originalFarmer Johnson has invited 100 of the town’s children to his farm for an Easter Egg Hunt. Henrietta the Hen is in charge of planning for the big day and she is a mess. The hens just can’t lay enough eggs and how are they all going to be decorated and hidden in time?

This is a cute Easter story for young children and parents alike. Parents will totally empathize with poor Henrietta. She has her work cut out for her! Children will enjoy the tale of working together to get a big job done. The lessons of teamwork, overlooking each other’s differences and how even the smallest person can end up making the biggest contribution.

Title/Author: Easter Bunny: The Adventures of Jack Cottontail / Pam Powers
( Easter Bunny: The Adventures of Jack Cottontail: Fun Easter Story for Kids (Children’s Book: Cute, Bedtime Stories for Beginning Readers Book 6))
Genre: Children
Date of publish:
Recommended Ages: 2-8
Book Links: Amazon

51C+V04Q6nL._SX397_BO1,204,203,200_Peter Cottontail is retiring and is hoping the his son Jack will make the grade and take his place. There is another bunny who wants the job and may do anything, including ruin Easter, to get it.

This is a fun Easter book for young kids. Not only is it a cute story about how the Easter Bunny is chosen and what he does the night before Easter, but it also conveys lessons in working hard and believing yourself. Jack gets to learn that, sometimes, thinking outside the box, can fix the problem.


Other Fun Readers:
Happy Easter: Let’s Learn (Holiday Books for Kids Book 1)

Easter Bunny Tales: Books for Kids (Easter Stories, Rabbit Tales, Books for kids 4-8, Children Stories, Beginner Reader, Early Reader Book, Children Book, Bedtime Stories for Kids) Jokes for Kids!

The Rabbit Who Hated Carrots


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