Passover Books for Kids

Reading for me has always been one of my favorite ways to learn, and my love of reading and exploring is happily a trait that I have passed down to my little ones. We are fortunate to have built a great collection of books in our home, and, thanks to PJ Library (and my casual book shopping… shh!), our family has a very special collection of Jewish books as well.

As each Jewish holiday approaches, I make it a point to bring out some of these favorites and add them into our nightly reading rotation. So since Passover is just around the corner, I thought I’d share a few of our Passover favorites. What books have you enjoyed reading this season? Share with me at or tag @jewphx in your Facebook and Instagram posts!

All books are linked to purchase at Changing Hands Bookstore in Arizona.

More Than Enough by April Halprin Wayland - This sweet story is about a family getting ready to celebrate Passover and being thankful for all that they have and who they are sharing it with.

Dinosaur on Passover by Diane Levin Rauchwerger - Ever wonder what it would be like if a dinosaur joined you for Passover seder? Well now you know!

It's Passover, Grover! by Jodie Shepherd - Everybody’s lovable, furry blue monster invites the monsters of Sesame Street over to celebrate Passover in the spirit of the holiday.

Sammy Spider's First Passover by Sylvia A. Rouss - Sammy Spider eagerly wants to join the Shapiro family’s Passover seder… but spider's spin webs.

Passover Scavenger Hunt by Shanna Silva - Follow along as Rachel tries to decide on the perfect hiding spot for the afikomen.

Lotsa Matzah by Tilda Balsley - A fun, easy read about all the great things you can do with everyone’s favorite Passover food... matzah!

The Little Red Hen and the Passover Matzah by Leslie Kimmelman - A Jewish twist on a classic tale. This is a cute book our family has fun reading.

Passover is Coming by Tracy Newman - Cute story about a family (and their dog) getting ready for Passover.

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