Time to Spring Into Reading

Celebrate the arrival of spring by heading to the East Hampton Public Library to borrow some great children's books for your youngsters.

Thursday is the first day of spring — when the day and night are each approximately 12 hours long. And according to the Farmer's Almanac, spring officially arrives at 12:57 p.m.

One way to celebrate the new season upon us is to head to the East Hampton Public Library. The folks there are eager to help youngsters begin their spring reading season anew. 

Here are some of their recommendations of new and regarded books to share with your favorite little one, all about spring and the upcoming holidays. 

Chester's Colorful Easter Eggs by Theresa Smythe
Five Bouncing Bunnies by Jacqueline Rogers
Pete the Cat : Big Easter Adventure by Kimberly and James Dean
Ollie's Easter Eggs by Olivier Dunrea
Easter Traditions Around the World by M.J. Cosson
Here Comes the Easter Cat! by Deborah Underwood
The Easter Egg by Jan Brett
Who Hid the Easter Eggs? by Pirkko Vainio

The library's complete list can be found here on their blog.


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