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The Eric Carle Museum
of Picture Book Art
  • 125 West Bay Road
  • Amherst, MA 01002

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  • Thursday, Friday10 am-3 pm
  • Saturday 10am – 4 pm
  • Sunday 12 pm - 4 pm

Closed Monday,Tuesday, Wednesday

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Our Favorite Things for Spring!

Spring is finally here and we're loving all things bright and colorful here at The Carle Bookshop. With Easter around the corner, I've put together a list of eight cheery gifts for yourself or your little ones to welcome in the Spring.

1. Brilliant Bee Natural Beeswax Crayons $13.50 

I love that these crayons are all natural and deliver bright pigmented color. The packaging is so cheery and beautiful too!

2. Spring into Reading Eric Carle Bookmark $0.30 

Get a whole bunch to give out to all your busy readers. Image also available as a poster.

3. Eric Carle Fabric $10/yard 

I'm just crazy about lime green and pink this season. I can think of so many fun things to make with this Eric Carle designed fabric!

4. Runaway Bunny T-shirt $22.00

A sweet little shirt for your own little bunny. Available in sizes 2T-8T.

5. Gossie & Gertie by Olivier Dunrea $6.95

This board book is the perfect size to slip into a little Easter basket. You won't be able to get enough of these adorable goslings!

6. Lop-Eared Bunny Finger Puppet $7.95

This just may be the cutest little bunny I've ever seen. Other spring favorite finger puppets are this chickdutch rabbit, or robin. So hard  Ato choose!

7. Spring is Here by Taro Gomi $6.99

A simple, colorful tour of the four seasons. An all-time favorite.

8. Very Hungry Caterpillar Bubbles $7.50/pack of six

With the weather warming up, head outside to make bubbles with these cute mini bubble pots. Six per pack means you'll have enough to share!

Want more spring fun? See our featured Spring picture books or follow us on Pinterest

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