This charming early learning board book takes a very first look at Easter! It’s perfect for babies and toddlers learning about the story behind this Christian holiday. Introduce your little angel to the traditions and festivities of Easter with this first picture book. It’s ideal for story time and provides lots of opportunities for parent-and-child interaction.
A Delightful First Look at EasterPacked with key elements of the Easter story, this children’s book helps little ones understand the true, Christian meaning of Easter in a personal, memorable way. From Palm Sunday and the Last Supper to the wooden cross and Jesus’ resurrection, this baby book is perfect for parents wanting an age-appropriate, early learning book about Easter. This fantastic children’s Easter book would make a beautiful addition to an Easter basket! Inside the pages of this educational book, you’ll find:- Clear pictures of Easter-themed objects and events – Very simple, read-aloud text – Safe, sturdy padded board book with 12 interior pagesFrom the donkey that carried Jesus into Jerusalem to church prayers and hymns, this Christian book brings the warmth and celebrations of Easter to life through engaging, real-life photos.
It’s clear and easy for babies and toddlers to follow with one main image per page they can focus on. The simple language and short text are great for reading aloud and encourages language development for children 0-3 years old. This hard-wearing children’s book has strong board pages made especially for little hands.
The chunky pages are easy to grab to help with early motor control. Pre-schoolers will love turning the pages themselves, naming objects, and learning all about the important celebration of Easter. Complete the SeriesThis is the latest title in the Baby’s First Book festivals and celebrations series.
This series from DK Books introduces little ones to a diverse mix of religious holidays, festivals, and cultural events from a young age. Other books in this series include Baby’s First Ramadan, Baby’s First Hanukkah, and Baby’s First Diwali.