From board books to novels, here is a look at twenty of the best Passover children’s books. This list features favorites from KOAB readers, as well as from my own children.
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20 Passover Children’s Books
- Lotsa Matzah (Passover) (Very First Board Books) by Tilda Balsley
- The Little Red Hen and the Passover Matzah by Leslie Kimmelman
- Nachshon, Who Was Afraid to Swim: A Passover Story by Deborah Bodin Cohen
- Izzy the Whiz and Passover McClean by Yael Mermelstein
- Sammy Spider’s First Passover by Sylvia Rouss
- Frogs in the Bed: My Passover Seder Activity Book by Ann Koffsky
- Stone Soup with Matzoh Balls: A Passover Tale in Chelm by Linda Glaser
- Max Makes a Cake by Michelle Edwards
- The Passover Zoo Seder by S. Daniel Guttman
- Dinosaur on Passover by Diane Levin Rauchwerger
- A Touch of Passover (A Touch and Feel Book) by Ari Sollish
- The Mouse in the Matzah Factory by Francine Medoff
- Doda Golda Comes For Pesach by Leah Paretzky
- The Carp in the Bathtub by Barbara Cohen (This is *my* favorite Passover book — from my childhood! In fact, I still read my 30+ year-old copy to my children today.)
- Boruch Learns About Pesach by Rabbi Shmuel Kunda
- Only Nine Chairs: A Tall Tale for Passover by Deborah Uchill Miller
- If You Give a Frog a Piece of Matzah by Rachel Shifra Tal
- Pesach with the Cohen Family by Menucha Fuchs
- Seder in Herlin and Other Stories by Gershon Kranzler
- The Matzo Ball Boy by Lisa Shulman
If you are not yet signed up for PJ Library, many of the titles above were sent to my children as their free monthly book selection from that wonderful program.
What is your family’s favorite Passover book for kids? Let’s talk in the comments section below!