CRRL Kids: Easter Books
Annotation: Egg carton tulips, bunny puppets, and Victorian eggs let everyone share in the fun and joy of Easter. Bright photographs and simple directions for these and many other crafts.
Annotation:The big, strong rabbits laugh at the country bunny when she tells them she wants to become the Easter bunny, but she is determined to try.
Annotation:Having met Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane and followed him to Jerusalem, Rabbit experiences the wonder of the Resurrection and gives away colored eggs to remind children of the gift of eternal life.
Annotation:One spring the Easter Bunny slept right through Easter. He didn't wake up until Mother's Day and nobody wanted Easter eggs then, or on the Fourth of July, or Halloween. On Christmas eve Santa Claus gave him a present so he'd be sure to be on time the next year.
Annotation:Why do we gobble up fluffy bunnies and colored eggs on Easter? Learn the history of the symbols of the season. Illustrated with beautiful art and photography from around the world.
Annotation:Hoppi the bunny wants to win the egg-decorating contest so the Easter Bunny will choose him to help distribute Easter eggs, but instead, while everyone else is working on their decorations, he finds himself guarding an egg that has fallen from a robin's nest.
Annotation:Bible verses tell the Easter story from Jesus' triumphant entry into Jerusalem through his passion and resurrection, to his appearance to his disciples.
Annotation:This collection of poems and prayers celebrates the great themes of Easter: faith, love, hope...and all the joy of new life in springtime. A beautifully designed keepsake, Poems & Prayers for Easter is a thoughtful companion for any child to read on his or her own, featuring Easter-themed prayers, classic poems by William Blake, Emily Dickinson, and Langston Hughes...and reflections for this special season.
Annotation:An injured goose rescued by Babushka, having broken the painted eggs intended for the Easter Festival in Moscva, lays thirteen marvelously colored eggs to replace them, then leaves behind one final miracle in egg form before returning to her own kind.
Annotation:"...reveals the events and backgrounds that shaped the best-loved customs and songs of Easter, introducing you to stories you've never heard and a deeper appreciation for the holiday's familiar hallmarks."
Annotation:Easter and other spring celebrations bring new life and new hope in the hearts of the people. Lovely folk art paintings illustrate the spring rituals. Includes a recipe for hot cross buns and instructions for decorating Easter eggs.