Easter Eggs Inspired by Books!

As most of you probably know, Easter is coming quickly! Sunday will be a day full of celebration and Easter egg hunts across the country!

We found some pretty creative articles that we wanted to feature in this week’s blog that put a twist on the traditional Easter egg.

First up, a kid friendly craft that will keep your little readers busy for hours! A recent article from www.growingbookbybook.com, ties together our favorite thing in the whole world (books!) and one of the most beloved pass-times on this annual holiday!

Imagine if you could dye/decorate your Easter eggs according to your favorite book!!

How cool would it be to tell a story, Easter egg style, from beginning to end of an Easter egg hunt?! Our imaginations have been running wild ever since we started thinking about all of the possibilities for characters that we can create!

Check out the images below and read the full article here!


We also think that this idea from www.StoneGableBlog.com is amazing! Got any old books lying around? (c’mon…we know you do!) Use them to create 1 of a kind eggs that all of your bookie friends will be OBSESSED with!


We want to invite all of our readers to come up with the most creative book inspired, Easter egg designs that they can think of and post pictures of their creations on our Facebook and Twitter pages for everyone to see! Pull one of your favorite books or characters off of the shelf and out of your imagination to create an Easter egg/storybook masterpiece!! We cannot wait to see what you come up with!!


Don’t forget to take advantage of a pretty sweet Easter deal that we have for you on our website!

Use the code BLOGEASTER2017 for 15% off of 2 or more books at http://www.DiscoverBooks.com right now!!

You can read your favorite stories and bring the characters to life on your Easter eggs at the same time!

From our Discover Books Family to yours…Happy Easter!!!

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