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Are you on the hunt for some great Easter chapter books? Look no further! This list of Easter books for kids is full of chapter books that are perfect for kids ages 6-10.
These chapter books are good for older kids. On the list below, you’ll find nine chapter books sure to delight young readers as they strengthen their reading skills with fun holiday books.
You can put these books in your child’s Easter basket, or you can stock your holiday book basket with one or more of these books to get kids excited about the upcoming holiday.
Easter Chapter Books
Below, I’ve featured just a handful of chapter books that will help your readers excited about Easter.
You should be able to find them at your local library or bookstore. If you can’t find them locally, you can click each image cover to purchase them on Amazon.
Junie B. Jones Has a Peep in Her Pocket – Junie’s class is going on a field trip to the farm. She’s so not excited until she falls in love with a little chick named Peep. Will she leave the farm empty-handed?
A Galactic Easter! – Zack and Drake venture to Gluco, the candy planet, for some Easter fun. When an Easter competition ensues, Zack has to choose between playing fair or coming out on top.
Heidi Heckelbeck and the Tie-Dyed Bunny – Heidi brings home the class bunny over Easter weekend—and finds herself in a magical, colorful mess! Maggie, the bunny, escapes from Heidi’s arms and runs through all of the Easter egg dye! Can she un-tie-dye the bunny before she heads back to school?
Chick-napped! – Nancy’s class is hatching chickens to celebrate spring. When the chicks vanish from the classroom, everyone is upset. Who would steal helpless chick eggs? Nancy knows she has a real egg of a mystery to crack this time!
Junie B., First Grader: Dumb Bunny – Junie B. Jones is a favorite with kids, and they’re sure to love this Easter chapter book that shares how Junie spends her holiday – in a dumb bunny suit! This book is sure to get a lot of laughs.
Emma the Easter Fairy – Every year, Emma the Easter Fairy paints the three special eggs that make Easter sparkle. But this year, Jack Frost has ruined everything!
Bunny Double, We’re in Trouble! – Its Easter, and this year Mayor Hubble is hosting an Easter egg roll and a special egg hunt at the mayor’s mansion. And A.J. and the gang are invited! But when Mayor Hubble reveals that the prize golden egg has a thousand dollars inside it, the egg hunt becomes a wacky free-for-all with a photo finish.
April Adventure – Bradley, Brian, Lucy, and Nate are on an Easter egg hunt. They search high and law and find lots of eggs. But soon it’s clear that some of the eggs aren’t just well hidden. They’re gone! Who would steal Easter eggs?
Captain Awesome and the Easter Egg Bandit – To celebrate Easter, Eugene and his classmates decorate some eggs at school. Eugene’s is the most MI-TEE of all! But when he enters the classroom the next day—GASP!—they’re gone!
Round Out Your Unit with These Activities:
These wooden pastel Easter eggs make great math manipulatives for counting, sorting, adding, and subtracting.
If you want smaller wooden eggs, check out this set of Easter Montessori eggs and bowls which are perfect for matching, sorting, and counting.