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Easter Books

Easter is the most important annual feast of Christians. According to Christian scripture, it was the day when Jesus resurrected after his crucifixion. This day is celebrated as Easter Day or Easter Sunday. It is also known as Resurrection day or Resurrection Sunday. This day comes two days after Good Friday and three days after Maundy Thursday. As this is the day is considered very auspicious and lucky amongst the followers of Christianity, this day is celebrated as a grand feast. On this day, people also exchange gifts amongst each other. One of the best gifts on this occasion is books.

The festival of Easter is unique for its religious fervor as well as the assortment of pagan symbolism. One can find a considerable number of books on Easter that seek to elucidate various legends associated this festival. Majority of these Easter books have been written for kids with colorful illustrations of popular Easter symbols such as the egg or the bunny. As the festival approaches, eager parents scour the bookstores in search of popular Easter books for their children. Read on more about the Easter books in our related section. Many of the popular Easter books are named below.

Bunny Trouble
Easter books are a popular item on the Easter Sunday shopping list. As the entire Christian community is set to celebrate the comeback of Jesus on this occasion, the feasting, the celebrations and the gift-exchange reaches its peak. As this festival is very old, people have also related several legends and tales with the festival.

Easter Egg
Easter is one of the most important Christmas festivals. On the occasion of Christmas, the entire Christian community around the world engages in the celebrations of the return of Christ after his death. Christian people across the world engage in merry making, feasting and gift exchange.

Easter Mice
Easter is celebrated with extreme joy and passion amongst the Christian community throughout the world. On this occasion, when Christ returned again after his death, the entire Christian community around the world engages in merry making and feasting. Apart from dining and celebrations, there is also a popular tradition of exchange of gifts on this occasion.

Egg Tree
On the occasion of Easter, Christian people all over the world engage in merry making and feasting in order to commemorate the return of ‘Christ’. Easter brings along with itself a feeling of elation and hope and that is why, this festival is considered to special amongst all the Christian festival. On this occasion, people present various kinds of gifts to each other so as to express their joy.

The Golden Egg Book
Easter is considered to be a very auspicious occasion in the Christian fraternity. It is also known as Easter Sunday as it lies two days after Good Friday. This is the day when Christ returned back to his people after death. This is why this day is considered to be a day of hope and celebrations.

The Grumpy Easter Bunny
Easter festival is celebrated to honor the resurrection of Jesus Christ after crucifixion. It is one of the most honored Christian festivals and celebrated by the Christians all over the world. The Easter Day also known as Easter Sunday traditionally signs the arrival of the spring season after the depressing months of winter.

The Story of the Easter Bunny
Easter is one of the holiest Christian festivals. It is celebrated in order to commemorate the return of Christ after crucifixion. This day is called as Easter Sunday as it is celebrated on the Sunday that comes after Good Friday. On this occasion Christians all over the world engage in merry making and celebrations.

The Story of Easter
Easter is a very important festival for Christians. It is said that it was on the holy day of Easter that Jesus Christ rose from the dead and ascended into heaven. In the era of early Christian church, only the Easter Sunday was celebrated as a holy day, it was thus also called as Easter Sunday. On this occasion, Christians all over the world engage in merry making and feasting.