Holiday books are a bit tricky, in my opinion, especially the ones surrounding faith-centered holidays.
For Christmas, there’s a lot of books about trees, presents, Santa, etc.
A few about Jesus’ birth.
For Easter, there’s a lot of books about eggs, bunnies, and spring.
A few about Jesus’ death and resurrection.
In both categories, some of the books that are Christ-centered tend to be a bit boring or poorly illustrated, which makes it harder for the kids to really want to read them.
I had the opportunity to check out The Beginner’s Bible Come Celebrate Easter Sticker and Activity Book and it’s great! It weaves the story of the Passion week through Jesus’ resurrection and ascension with all kinds of stickers and activities to do along the way. The stickers are reusable, so you can re-use some of it next year. There are also some parts of the page to color, so obviously that’s a one-time shot.
We use the Beginner Bible for the kids, birth through preschool age, and really like it. The pictures are good (I really like that the illustrations portray people of many shades of skin), and if you’re familiar with this Bible, you’ll immediately recognize the same kind of illustrations in their Easter sticker book.
I’d say by the ideal age range for this sticker book is 3-5 years.
Thanks to Booklook Bloggers for the review copy in exchange for an honest review!
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