One of my favorite parts of our playroom and my daughter's bedroom are the bookshelves on the walls. I love to regularly change out the books to inspire her imagination, try to get her interested in new subjects & teach her exciting new things! It's especially fun to change these up for holidays.
I've created a list of fun Valentine's Day books for kids along with quick and easy links to purchase these on Amazon! Shopping just doesn't get any easier than that.
Bunny Roo, I Love You is such a beautifully illustrated book about different animal moms loving their babies and keeping them safe. This one will become a classic family favorite.
Lola Dutch seeks to make every day amazing, even if she seems to be a bit much to some. In this cute book, Lola works to make three of her sad friends happier.
Love Grows Everywhere This book is a beautiful reminder that love is everywhere, even in the smallest of things, and doesn't need to be shown in a grand act.
We have a basket full of Sandra Boynton books that we started buying when my oldest was just a baby. They've always been great board books that both of my children loved! For Valentine's Day, check out I Love You, Little Pookie.
Love is is a precious story about a little girl and a duckling who both learn the meaning behind love both by letting go and holding on to each other.
Did you grow up with the book 'If You Give a Mouse a Cookie'? It's been so fun reminiscing and reading it and the rest of the If You Give... series books to my kids. It's the perfect time to add Happy Valentine's Day, Mouse! to your collection. Join Mouse as he makes Valentine's for all of his friends.
This sweet book about love and affection makes me wonder... Who do you think gives the best hugs? A Hug Is For Holding Me
If you asked my 4.5 year old daughter which Valentine's Day book on our shelf is her favorite, she'd probably tell you that it's A Valentine For Uni The Unicorn.
Mirabel's Missing Valentine's is about a timid little mouse who steps out of her comfort zone when her Valentine's go missing. She's able to brighten the days of those who find them before they make their way back to her!
This is NOT a Valentine is here to teach your children that showing love doesn't have to be about what you'd typically think of as gifts, but other ways we show people that we love them.
We love our collection of BabyLit books and this one is no different. L is for Love introduces your littles to the ABC's about friendship and love.
Speaking of throw backs, this classic that was published the year I was born may bring tears to your eyes every time you read it. Tell me I'm not the only one!
"I'll love you forever
I'll like you for always
As long as I'm living
My baby you'll be."
What are your favorite books to read to your kids around Valentine's Day? Leave me a comment below and I'll more to the list as we read them.
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