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WHATS ON AMELIA'S BOOKSHELF: EASTER EDITION

Easter books for baby and toddler

With Easter coming up this weekend I thought I would share what's currently on Amelia's bookshelves with you. I love collecting books for both of the kids and they have so many that I've lost count. But it's never a bad thing to have too many books in my opinion. 

The majority of the books pictured we bought last year which I shared here but we have had a few new additions to the collection some of which are going in their Easter baskets but I thought I'd share here too incase you were looking for some books for your little ones to give you some ideas. 

So here's a list of her Easter collection of books...


New additions:

Little Chick (Amelia's Easter basket)
Bunny Bedtime Book (Harry's Easter basket)

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Do you have any different books not shown above for your children this Easter? I'd love to know!

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9 comments

  1. So cute! I haven't bought any new Easter books this year, but definitely need to! I'm trying to find something focusing more on the religious side of Easter. It's hard finding the right thing! It took me forever for Christmas! Super cute books! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Some lovely books there, that's the one thing I miss now mine are older, reading them a bedtime story.

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  3. I love Guess How Much I Love You and have bought it for my little one. I love reading to him.

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  4. We have Peter Rabbit Easter Egg hunt but it is a yellow board book. Also Peppa Pig and Thomas the tank engine and a sticker book.

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  5. I love your book shelf posts the most I think! We have a few of these favourites too! xx

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  6. Looking at your bookshelf I realise that we don't have any Easter books! x

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  7. Lovely choices. I love adding seasonal books to our collection too :) x

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  8. These are really sweet! I have a basket of bunny/Easter books handy and Peter Rabbit has been read the most!
    Emma x
    http://www.emmainbromley.co.uk

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  9. Where did you get the shelves from?

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