Author: Mary Packard, Carolyn Croll
Publisher: Workman Publishing Company
A set of twelve eggshaped board boards ensconsed in a basket-like holder tell the stories of four different Easter bunnies, and are meant to be hidden on Easter morning and once found, read in sequence.
Author: Laura Hughes
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
We're going on an egg hunt. We're going to find them all. We're REALLY excited. Hooray for Easter Day! Join the Easter Bunnies as they set off on an exciting lift-the-flap Easter egg hunt. With ten eggs to find and count, it's great fun. But watch out for the obstacles along the way - lambs, chicks, bees and ducks - and there's even a wolfish surprise, so do take care. Based on the traditional 'We're Going on a Lion Hunt' rhyme, the delightful illustrations and read-aloud story will make this a huge springtime hit with all fans of search-and-find and lift-the-flap books.
Author: Sarah Reid Chisholm
Publisher: Augsburg Books
Two children hunt for objects symbolizing events in the Easter story that have been hidden to teach them the true meaning of the holiday
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
It's springtime, and Grandpa Pig has set up an Easter egg hunt for Peppa Pig and her friends! Join Peppa, Rebecca Rabbit, and Freddy Fox as they search for delicious chocolate eggs and even see baby chicks hatching in the yard!
Author: Lucy Cousins
Publisher: Candlewick Press (MA)
Maisy is organizing an Easter egg hunt, in a text with cues that show where to place enclosed stickers.
Author: Karol Hansen
Publisher: Anomalos Pub Llc
An Easter Hunt for Jesus was born out of an effort by the author to provide a way for her child to focus more on Jesus and less on the commercialism of Easter. Having searched the Internet and bookstores, she could find nothing that provided both the fun of a treasure hunt and the fulfillment of Jesus Christ without eggs being the main or competing focal point. To remedy this, in An Easter Hunt for Jesus Karol Hansen replaces the hunt for eggs with a hunt for Jesus, creating an enjoyable treasure search that focuses on the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. This book will help parents to make Christ the focal point of their family’s Easter celebration—focusing on Him as the real treasure of Resurrection Sunday. Geared for children of all ages, An Easter Hunt for Jesus begins with a creative poem/riddle for the parent to give his or her child on Easter. Each verse provides a hint as to where to find each of the nine clues hidden in various locations. (These clues are to be cut from the back of the book, rolled into scrolls and tied with a ribbon.) Each clue contains a question or two about the life, Last Supper, death, resurrection or ascension of Jesus Christ. After the children have had the fun of seeking out all the hidden scrolls, they will unroll them, read each clue and then go find the common household item that is referenced in the clue. Once the child has gathered all of the clues and items, the parent then shares from the book the applicable Bible verses for each clue. A thought-provoking question is asked at the end of each. This treasure hunt is sure to be a fun, memorable and God-honoring celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Author: Margaret Wang, Richard Johnson
Publisher: Intervisual/Piggy Toes
Easter eggs pull out from each spread and then open up to reveal another surprise in this board book that is perfect for Easter.
Author: David Pogue
Publisher: Berkley Trade
Presents the secret surprises, games, and graphics hidden inside the Macintosh computer software, including secret arcade games, hunting moose with an "antler" command, and hearing the infamous "Chimes of Doom"
Author: Laura Lee Hope, Maggie Downer
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Twins Freddie and Flossie have a hard time finding Easter eggs when their dog Snap is around.
Author: Giggle and Hoot Staff
A brand-new lift-the-flap book from Giggle and Hoot - just in time for Easter! Join Hoot and his friends as they go on an Easter Egg hunt in this amazing new lift-the-flap storybook. Ages: 12 months and up
Author: Speed Lamkin
Publisher: Franklin Classics
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Author: Donna Cuevas Roeder
Publisher: Pacific Learning Inc
Jump into literacy with an exciting new series of nonfiction, multicultural leveled readers. Brought to you by a team of academic intervention specialists who know what children need for language and literacy development. Hopscotch books engage children with their homegrown look, reminiscent of a family photo album. Children are excited to read and talk about the familiar characters and places featured in the photographs.This series features: