We are sharing our favorite Valentine’s Day books with you today. I always love when our favorite books have some for small holidays such as Valentine’s. We’re getting our books out, making some crafts to decorate around the house, and some great (non-candy) treats. Getting ready for the love day.
We are book lovers at heart, we’re also reading some Groundhog Day books.
Valentine’s Day Book for Kids
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Each valentine is made to represent what he loves most about each of his friends.
Pete the Cat thinks Valentine’s Day isn’t cool . . . until he realizes how many special cats there are in his life!
Little llama shows his friends and family how much he loves them with heart-shaped cards and lots of hugs.
This lovely old lady has returned just in time for Valentine’s Day. She’s swallowing items to make a very special gift for her valentine!
Nancy receives a valentine from a secret someone. Join Nancy as she follows the clues to find out who it is.
Charlie Brown is excited about Valentine’s Day – it’s the perfect excuse to finally talk to the Little Red-Haired Girl!
Junie B. calls it Valentime’s Day, and she can’t wait to see all the valentimes she’ll get. But she never expected a big, mushy card from a secret admirer! Who is this secret mystery guy, anyway?
Little Critter’s class is celebrating! They’re decorating the classroom with hearts, eating cupcakes, and making mailboxes.
Because these are my favorite books:
It’s Valentine’s Day at the Bear Country School, and Teacher Jane’s class is having a party! This is a fun lift-the-flap story.
It’s Valentine’s Day and Sister has a special card for a cub named Billy. But when Billy ends up having a special card for Sister, the tables are turned.
What are your favorite books to read leading up to Valentine’s Day?
Pick up one or two of your favorite books to read during the first two weeks of February, leading up to February 14th.