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Books with title Easter

  • Easter Cat

    Meindert De Jong, Lillian Hoban

    School & Library Binding (Rebound by Sagebrush, Jan. 16, 1991)
    Book by De Jong, Meindert
  • Easter Fun

    Grosset & Dunlap

    Paperback (Grosset & Dunlap, Jan. 24, 2013)
    Join Zoobles for loads of Easter-themed games in this fun-filled sticker activity book. Spot the differences on Easter eggs, play hide-and-seek with Baby Zoobles, color your own Easter eggs, and much more! Use your stickers to play the games and decorate the pages.
  • My Easter

    Monica Hughes

    Paperback (Heinemann Library, )
  • Easter Fun

    Fiona Watt, Katie Lovell

    Spiral-bound (Usborne Pub Ltd, Jan. 1, 2009)
    This delightful activity book is specially designed for sharing with young children. There are lots of ideas for drawing and painting, fingerprinting, and cutting and sticking. As well as being fun, the activities will help to develop important skills such as hand control, coordination and concentration.
  • Easter Fun

    Anna Pomaska

    Paperback (Grosset & Dunlap, Jan. 14, 2002)
    It's Easter time! While these cute animals are busy celebrating, kids will be busy looking for all the pictures hidden in the backgrounds. Plus, there are lots of colorful stickers to add to the fun. Kids will delight in finding the hidden treats that await their discovery - just like on Easter day!
  • Easter Egg

    Michelle Knudsen, Dawn Apperley

    Board book (Little Simon, Jan. 1, 2002)
    Bunnies love to paint Easter eggs!Each one picks a springtime colorfor an EGGstra-special Easter!
  • My Easter

    Jennifer Gillis

    Library Binding (Raintree, Sept. 16, 2005)
    On Tuesday afternoon, December 7, 1993, Toni Morrison stood before an audience at the Swedish Academy in Stockholm. Dressed in a black gown, she began her speech with the words "Once upon a time." She was at the academy to give her Nobel Lecture in Literature. She would be accepting the Nobel Prize, a writer's highest honor. She was the first African-American woman and only the eighth woman ever to be so honored in literature.
  • Easter Eggs

    Ernest Ranly

    Paperback (Crossbooks, May 26, 2011)
    Easter Eggs is the story of the rabbit family discovering the beauty and blessing of the Lord. Jesus has been resurrected, and everyone must rejoice! Even the angels come down to visit the rabbit family, inspiring the idea of brightly colored Easter eggs by way of the brightly colored morning sky. A fable for adults and children alike, Easter Eggs celebrates the gift of the resurrection with Jesus and God's creation.
  • Easter Hop

    Piggy Toes Press, Jacqueline East

    Board book (Piggy Toes Press, Jan. 1, 2008)
    It's almost the big day and the Easter Bunny has lost his hop! His farmyard pals try to help by suggesting all sorts of other hops: Hopscotch? Hip-hop? Grass-hop-per?! Will the Easter Bunny ever find his own hippity-hoppity-hop? Find out in this sweet and funny shaped board book.
  • Easter Fun

    Judith Hoffm Corwin

    Paperback (Julian Messner, Feb. 1, 1986)
    Corwin, Judith Hoffm
  • Easter Fun

    Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain

    Paperback (Inchworm Pr, Feb. 1, 1997)
    The Berenstain Bears star in these two fun-filled coloring and activity books.
  • Easter Fun

    Suzanne Ross

    Paperback (Dover Publications, July 23, 1997)
    30 entertaining, educational puzzles help youngsters improve hand-eye coordination and develop basic counting and vocabulary skills as they navigate a maze to find Easter eggs, follow the dots to see where a bunny rabbit is sitting, complete a crossword puzzle that identifies holiday objects, and more.