When the kids grow tired of Easter egg hunting and candy munching, reading is the perfect way to keep up the holiday spirit.
Here are the top 10 children's books to help you celebrate as a family.
The First Easter by Carol Heyer
A traditional religious text, The First Easter tells the story of the last week of Jesus' life, explaining to young children the story of his triumphant entrance into Jerusalem, his crucifixion, and his miraculous resurrection.
The Story of Resurrection Eggs in Rhyme and Song by Jean Thomason
This simple, rhyming book is perfect for preschoolers, who will be delighted to follow Miss PattyCake through the wonderful story of Easter.
Rugrats' Easter Surprise by Sarah Willson
Easter is best celebrated with friends and family, and what better friends to invite to the party that the lovable and mischievous Rugrats? Follow Tommy and the rest of the gang through their very own Easter egg hunt, where eggs are the least of the surprise!
The Easter Bunny That Overslept by Priscilla and Otto Friedrich
What happens when the Easter bunny oversleeps? He tries to delivery his eggs on Mother's Day, Fourth of July and Halloween-of course!
Spots First Easter by Eric Hill
Every child's favorite dog teams up with his hippopotamus friend Helen to find the Easter eggs. With this lift-the-flap book, readers, too, can join in the hunt.
Easter: With Words from the King James Bible by Fiona French
This elegantly illustrated book helps young children get their first taste of the biblical story as it is written in the King James Bible itself.
God's Love at Easter by Joy Morgan Davis
Another rhyming book, this story lets children rejoice in the love God showers upon them during the holiday season.
Badger's Easter Surprise by Alan and Linda Parry
Waking up is never easy, especially for a badger who has been sleeping all winter long. But when this very grumpy badger realizes that his friends have made him an Easter present, the springtime starts looking a whole lot brighter.
It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown by Charles M. Schulz
The Charlie Brown, Lucy, and the whole Peanuts gang are not looking forward to Easter this year. They even decided to cancel the whole celebration, until the unexpected "Easter Beagle" shows up to raise their spirits.
Lilies, Rabbits and Painted Eggs: The Story of the Easter Symbols by Edna Barth
Why do we paint eggs on Easter but carve pumpkins on Halloween? Why do we think of bunnies during Easter but reindeers during Christmas? This book teaches your child the history behind Easter's symbols and helps everyone rejoice in the coming of spring.