Amazon: Children’s Easter books under $4

by Emilie on March 23, 2013

Berenstein Bears

We found a few Easter books $4 and under at Amazon that would be fun for reading this week or putting in Easter baskets. The Berenstein Bears and the Easter Story (Paperback) is just $3.98.   Here are a few others we thought were a great price:

Fancy Nancy

Night Before Easter

Max's Easter Surprise

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