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Easter Picture Books in Spanish for Children

Inside: 15 Easter Picture Books in Spanish for toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarteners and the beginner Spanish learner.

Are you looking for a great Easter basket filler for your kiddo? How about an Easter picture book in Spanish?

Pre-quarantine times, Lennox and I were making several trips to the library. During our last trip, I happened to pick up a handful of Easter and spring books in Spanish. Since libraries are closed, and I cannot return the books, we have gotten to know them very well.

Today, I would love to share 15 of our Easter books in Spanish finds with you

These Easter picture books in Spanish are great for toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarteners, and ANY beginner learner of the Spanish language!

Use them in the classroom, at home, in an outdoor circle reading, or as a bedtime story. They are all perfect for getting the young reader in the springtime mood! Enjoy!

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Easter Picture Books in Spanish for Kids

1. Hop! Hop!/¡Salto! ¡Salto!

By: Leslie Patricelli

This is the perfect bilingual book for babies and toddlers. You child will learn about Easter festivities and all of the fun Easter colors.

2. The Baby Chicks Are Singing/Los Pollitos Dicen

By: Ashley Wolff

Another great bilingual book. Learn the fun Spanish cantico “Los pollitos dicen”. To hear how the tune goes, click here.

3. Sopa de zanahoria

By: John Segal

Easter Picture Books in Spanish

This is one of our favorite finds from the library. It is a cute story of a little rabbit that goes to collect his carrots. Somehow they went missing. Who could have stolen his carrots? 

4. Chickwick el regalo de Pascua

By: Alice Curtis

Read about Chickwick, a beloved pet and how much happiness he brings to everyone he meets.

5. Huevos verdes con jamón

By: Dr. Seuss

Who doesn’t love a classic Dr. Seuss book. How about one in Spanish. It might not be Easter-themed, but it talks about one of the most important parts of a child’s Easter; los huevos. Add in some rhyme for fun memorization.

6. Salta y corre, Conejito

by: Cottage Door Press

A fun interactive and rhyming story about a bunny, its bird friends and Easter eggs! A great book to learn about action verbs.

Easter Picture Books in Spanish

7. ¿Dónde está mi huevo de Pascua?

By: Harriet Ziefert

In this book, your child can help Nicky, the cat find his Easter eggs.

8. Saltarín y el conejo de Pascua

By: Marcus Pfister and Katherin Siegenthaler

Saltarín desires to be the Easter bunny. Find out how his journey goes in this beautiful book.

9. El conejito andarín

By: Margaret Wise Brown

Uh oh, a runaway bunny, with a sad mama. A book with a beautiful moral of the story.

Easter Picture Books in Spanish

10. Tambor encuentra un huevito

By: Laura Driscoll

A bilingual book about Thumper and his discovery with a bright blue egg.

11. ABC con Nico

By: Begona Oro

In this humorous book, Follow Nico throughout his day and how his naughty little adventures come to an end.

12. La canasta pascual de Dora

By: Sarah Willson

Dora and Boots go on a hunt to find Easter eggs, and when they do, they find eggs with a special prize.

13. La Pascua es un regalo de Dios

By: Lisa Tawn Bergen

A religious tale of Pascua with Ositia and her family.

14. Soy un conejito

By: Ole Risom

A classic Easter book now available with a bilingual version about the adorable bunny Nicholas.

Easter Picture Books in Spanish

15. Date prisa, ve despacio

By: Layn Marlow

A fun take on the tortoise and the hare tale in Spanish. Sometimes the fastest doesn’t always win the race!

16. Pájaro Amarillo

By: Olga de Dios Ruiz

Learn about the act of sharing and taking care of our planet with Pájaro Amarillo.

17. Erizo y Conejo. El susto del viento

By: Pablo Albo

Hedgehog and Rabbit enjoy eating cabbages and looking for snails in their peaceful garden. But when a scary, swirling wind comes up, the two must find a way to face their fears.

18. ¡Conejos, conejos y más conejos!

By: Lorna Scobie

Imagine being the only rabbit child. but then your parents bring you some news and now you have to share? What will this little rabbit do with such news?

I hope you enjoyed this list of adorable Easter picture books in Spanish. Drop me a comment below letting me k

now which book you think your child will love! Don’t forget to get your free children’s Easter activities in Spanish!

Easter Picture Books in Spanish