Children's Books, Easter, Kids

These Easter Children’s Books are Perfect Picks for Spring 2020

Books for Easter

We all hope life is back to normal or at least beginning to be by Easter. I have already done a lot of my Easter shopping and decorating and shopped online for items more that I ever have for this Holiday. Our boys get some candy, books or magazines, maybe a t-shirt and small gif card in their baskets at their older age. I have reviewed a few Easter children’s books that I think are great for this spring. I have them listed below.

Easter Books

Thank You, Garden by Liz Garton Scanlon. *Available on Amazon

A community garden unites children and neighbors in this celebration of all the things that grow there, from flowers and fruits to friendships. Ages 3-7

In a Garden by Tim McCanna *Available on Amazon

How does a garden grow? Follow along from seed to sprout to bud to flower as a garden blooms. Ages 4-8

Kids Who Are Saving the Planet by Laurie Calkhoven *Available on Amazon

Find out how kids are helping the environment by selling lemonade to save the honeybees, starting a petition to bring attention to climate change, raising awareness through an original comic book hero, and more! Ages 6-8

Every Day is Earth Day by Jordan Brown *Available on Amazon

When Jet learns that humans celebrate Earth Day, he can’t help but wonder, why can’t every day be Earth Day? Ages 5-7

I Don’t Like Rain by Sarah Dillard *Available on Amazon

It doesn’t take long for Rabbit to realize that fun can be had in the rain. With raincoats, boots, and umbrellas, let the splashing games begin. Ages 4-8

Snail Finds a Home by Mary Peterson *Available on Amazon

Chuckle your way through this easy-to-read illustrated chapter book about a snail who’s looking for a new place to hang his shell. Ages 6-9

Green on Green by Dianne White *Available on Amazon

With gentle, rhyming text and vivid artwork, this book is a heartfelt celebration of family, nature, seasons, colors, and the wonder and magic of them all. Ages 4-8

Easter Bunny by Salina Yoon *Available on Amazon

With a sturdy pull-tab that wags Bunny’s plush tail, this interactive novelty book is perfect for Easter baskets. All Ages

Easter Makes Me Feel Robin’s Egg Blue by Patty Michaels *Available on Amazon

Kids are sure to laugh out loud at this fun shaped board book celebrating Easter. From vivid violet Easter eggs to yellow baby chicks. Ages 2-5

Hundred Feet Tall by Benjamin Scheuer *Available on Amazon

A tender ode to the power of unconditional, immutable love. Because no matter how small you are now, with patience and persistence, with encouragement and devotion, you, too, will someday grow strong. Ages 4-8

No Rest for the Easter Beagle (Peanuts) by Charles Schulz *Available on Amazon

When Lucy recommends that the Easter Beagle take a break, it’s up to the Peanuts Gang to color and hide all the eggs. Everyone wants to help, but are they up to the task? Ages 5-7

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The Adventures of A.R.I. My Robot Friend on DVD, Digital, On Demand – Giveaway

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DVD Giveaway

Available March 10, 2020 on DVD, Digital and On Demand is the Lionsgate Home Entertainment family-friendly movie, A.R.I.: My Robot Friend. You can pre-order this movie today.

The Adventures of A.R.I. My Robot Friend

This movie has the Dove Approved seal as a movie for all ages. It is an adorable lesson about compassion even parents will enjoy watching with their children. You can preorder today!

Official Synopsis

In this funny, thrilling family adventure, a boy named Noah finds a broken A.R.I.-9 robot at his dad’s tech job. After he accidentally reboots “Ari,” the smart, playful robot comes to life. Then, when Noah brings Ari to school to show his friend Bethany, they are amazed to learn he can turn invisible — and even fly!  But Ari’s angry creators want to steal his circuitry for a new droid.  When they send a signal that puts the robot into battle mode, will Noah’s new best friend become his most dangerous enemy?

The Giveaway

5 lucky readers will win a DVD copy of A.R.I: My Robot Friend. Enter below. Open to US and ages 16+. Good luck!

Books Reviews, Children's Books, Easter, Kids

5 Infant and Toddler Books for Spring Reading

It’s the first spring if the decade and when it comes time to pull out a good book to read with the kids, consider these fun books for spring. Preorder these new titles today!

Baby Up, Baby Down: A First Book of Opposites is a board book with real baby/toddler photos showing opposites such as up, down or near, far. Available on Amazon $7.99 March 17, 2020

Spring is Here: A Changing Faces Book is small and fun. See animals’ faces appear and then change when the page is turned. Available on Amazon $7.99 Feb. 11, 2020

Elsie This sweet sibling story gently introduces young readers to important themes like diversity and acceptance and encourages us all to widen our world views and open our hearts. Available on Amazon $16.99 (Hardcover) Feb. 11, 2020

God is Great, God is Good A timeless story inspired by the Book of Job and illustrated by the legendary Tomie dePaola—now reissued as a board book. Available in Amazon $8.99 Feb. 11, 2020

Ninja, Ninja, Never Stop! This humorous ode to stalking, sneaking, spying, and scheming is sure to be read over and over again, inspiring imaginary play for a new generation of ninjas. Available on Amazon $8.95

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