Easter book giveaway

Children sharing Easter eggs

We’re giving away some egg-celent Easter-themed books for you and your little chicks to enjoy! This Easter holiday, why not sit down with a good book and get lost in a brilliant story. Enter below.


Five Little Easter Bunnies

By Martha Mumford

Join five little Easter Bunnies as they set off on an exciting lift-the-flap Easter egg hunt. With five delicious eggs to find and count, it's a perfect springtime adventure!

This book is suitable for 0-5 years olds

We have 3 copies available, thanks to Bloomsbury


KEW: Grow, Forage and Make

By Alys Fowler

From growing your own air plants to foraging for edible flowers, gardener, TV presenter and forager Alys Fowler will take you through a range of indoor and outdoor activities that will help your little ones take an interest in plants!

This book is suitable for 5-8 year olds

We have three copies available, courtesy of Bloomsbury


Duck, Duck, Dad?

By Lorna Scobie

When one little dog finds himself becoming Dad to a flock of ducklings, it leads to hilarity, mix-ups … and a lot of love.

This book is suitable for 3-5 year olds

We have three copies available, courtesy of Scholastic


Busy Spring

By Sean Taylor and Alex Morss

After a long sleepy winter, the trees, flowers, and animals are getting ready for a busy spring. Discover all the different ways nature wakes up when spring arrives in this fresh and fun story of a family exploring their garden.

We have three copies available, courtesy of Quarto


Spring is Here, Little Rabbit

By Matthew Morgan

Duckling is splashing in a pond, Chick is learning to sing and Little Lamb is hopping happily. Spring is here, little ones! Turn the pages and watch the faces change in this playful board book about parent and child relationships and new life in spring.

We have three copies available, courtesy of Quarto


When We Went Wild

By Isabella Tree

This is a heartwarming, sustainably printed picture book about the benefits of letting nature take the lead, inspired by real-life rewilding projects.

We have three copies available, thanks to Quarto


Who Said Cheep?

By Yi-Hsuan Wu

This interactive board book will make children laugh with funny pairings, before helping them learn which noise matches which animal. With sturdy flaps to lift, tactile fabrics and a surprise mirror ending!

This book is suitable for 0-5 year olds

We have three copies available, thanks to Little Tiger


Little Hen! Little Hen! What can you see?

By Amelia Hepworth

Lift the flaps to help Little Hen discover who is hiding underneath. With a mirror under the final flap, this seek-and-find book is perfect for sharing with the very smallest of readers.

This book is suitable for 0-5 year olds

We have three copies available, courtesy of Little Tiger


Don’t tickle the pig

By Sam Taplin

Little children won't be able to resist pressing the soft touchy-feely patches to hear the different farm animals in this delightful novelty book.

This book is suitable for 0-6 month olds

We have three copies available, courtesy of Usborne


Poppy and Sam's Nature Spotting Book

By Kate Nolan

Each page of this beautifully illustrated book is filled with things to spot in nature. From birds and bugs to flowers and trees, Poppy and Sam take the readers on a journey through different locations and the things they might find there.

This book is suitable for 3-5 year olds

We have three copies available, courtesy of Usborne


That's not my lamb...

By Fiona Watt

A sweet touchy-feely board book with five adorable little lambs for young children to meet. Specially designed to help develop sensory and language awareness in babies and toddlers.

This book is suitable for 0-6 month olds

We have three copies available, courtesy of Usborne


Little First Stickers Easter

By Felicity Brooks

Celebrate springtime with little lambs, bouncing bunnies and fluffy chicks in this charming sticker book. There are over 250 stickers to bring the scenes to life, including an Easter egg hunt, an Easter parade and fields to fill with animals.

This book is suitable for 3-5 year olds

We have three copies available, thanks to Usborne


What to Look For in Spring

By Elizabeth Jenner

This book takes a closer look at bleating lambs, boxing hares, meteor showers and May Day celebrations as the secrets of the spring begin to appear in the world around us.

This book is suitable for 5-8 and 9-12 year olds

We have three copies available, courtesy of Penguin


A Year on Adam’s Farm

By Adam Henson

With colourful scenes, clever flaps that will intrigue a wide age group, and lively illustration, this is a book for all budding farmers and animal-lovers. Both entertaining and educational, this is quality, fascinating non-fiction for families.

This book is suitable for 5-8 year olds

We have three copies available, thanks to Penguin


The Very Hungry Caterpillar’s Easter Egg Hunt

By Eric Carle

Meet friendly farmyard animals and lift the flaps on every page to help The Very Hungry Caterpillar hunt for eggs. Will you find them all? A simple, delightful new seasonal lift-the-flap adventure with big flaps that are perfect for little hands.

This book is suitable for 3-5 year olds

We have three copies available, courtesy of Penguin


Ned and the Great Hamster Race

By Kim Hillyard

Ned the hamster has been in training for the Great Garden Hamster Race but when race day arrives, the route is cluttered with critters in need of help. Will he realise that a few small acts of kindness are more important than winning at any cost?

This book is suitable for 3-5 and 5-8 year olds

We have three copies available, courtesy of Penguin


Nature’s Toy Box

By Wenda Shurety

Nature’s Toy Box is a sweet, uplifting picture book which shows an emotional journey from boredom to adventure and the ability of a young girl to lose herself in a world of nature and imagination.

This book is suitable for 3-5 year olds

We have three copies available, courtesy of Storyhouse


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