The Easter Fix by Steph Williams

Is it too soon to talk about Easter? I say no, because today, I’m talking about another book that focuses on, you guessed it, Easter. Forget about Peeps or that shredded stuff you put in the bottom of your Easter baskets, or the Easter chocolate I could eat anytime. We’re getting down to the story of Easter…

This is The Easter Fix by Steph Williams. Steph Williams wrote another book titled The Garden, the Curtain, and the Cross (which is a great book that I reviewed here.)

The Easter Fix by Steph Williams

There is no age range labelled on this book, but the publisher’s site says it’s part of the Little Me, Big God series. That being said, I would say that this is for young readers – any who are being read to, learning how to read, or developing their ability to read. If you’re a reading nerd or literacy junkie, check out some sight words from this book: that, this, had, come, he, fix, gave… so as far as what “grade level” that puts this book, it’s hard to say.

Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

On to the good stuff. Was this a good book, that’s what you want to know, right? The pictures are great. The story is accurate. The pictures line up with the story being told, and it made me smile. The way the illustrations told the story actually shocked me (in a good way) at one point. Will your kid like this book? Yes, I think so. Will this be a good addition to your library? Yes, I think so. It could be a nice addition to an Easter basket.

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