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Valentine’s Day Books for Kids

 

Cherish the young dreamers around you by curating your favorite collection of Valentine’s Day books for kids and young adults.

 

Valentine's Day Books for Kids

While the origins of this cherub-cherishing day allegedly date back to ancient Roman times, there’s no better place in our modern times to celebrate the origins and spectacles of Valentine’s Day than in a good Valentine’s Day book for kids. Kids love this day full of cheesy cards and candy gifts. We recommend parents and teachers create a collection of the most beloved and best Valentine’s Day books for kids and curate annually. So that, once a year, you may gather your child or children and read some of your and their favorite books to celebrate kissy-faces, love-hearts, broken-hearts, rebounds, random acts of kindness, and hilarious stories like Love, Splat (Splat the Cat) by Rob Scotton or You Loves Ewe! by Cece Bell.

Here are some of our favorite articles to help you curate your own Valentines’ Day collection of books for your kids or grandchildren or students:

Valentine’s Day picture books to adore:

Valentine’s Day Books: 8 New Picture Books to Love

Curated collection of Valentine’s Day books you can’t help but love:

7 New Valentine’s Day Books to Love

Who doesn’t love Peppa Pig?:

Peppa’s Valentine’s Day

These books make great gifts for youngsters of all ages on Valentine’s Day:

Valentine’s Day Gifts: Kids’ and Young Adult Books

Valentine’s Day is also about self-love, and cherishing the most extraordinary things about ourselves as well as others. Here are some great Valentine’s Day books for kids that celebrate self-enrichment and self-love, as well as the concept of unconditional love.

Ten Kids Picture Books About Unconditional Love

If you are a Valentine’s Day book curation expert and feel that we must know about one of your favorite Valentine’s Day books for kids and teens, send us suggestions through Twitter, and share your most distinguished books on Instagram or Facebook with #thechildrensbookreview. In the meantime, keep turning pages out there.

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Valentine's Day Books for Kids

Which five words best describe You Loves Ewe? Cece Bell: Love. Silly. Homonyms. Confusion. Persnickety.

These 2 books are special—encouraging each of us, children and adults alike, that we are all enough just as we are

Groundhog Day Books, Valentine’s Day Books, and Beyond with Anne Marie Pace, author of Groundhug Day.

Peppa Pig learns the meaning of Valentine’s day with the help of her parents.

In an effort to fill the hearts of the children and adults in your home, as well as my own, here are ten kids books that can help instill unconditional love.

Part of My Heart is an all-time bestseller on iBooks Kids with nearly a thousand five-star reviews.

This year, Sam McBratney’s timeless, endearing story of Big and Little Nutbrown Hare, Guess How Much I Love You, turns 20!

The 8 picture books listed here are not just Valentine's Day Books, they are melt-you-heart-all-year-round stories to be savored and cherished.

In the name of love (and Valentine's Day), this list boasts 6 amazing teen romance books. From true love to lust to unbreakable hearts, we've got you covered with some of the latest contemporary novels; including David Levithan's frank and beautiful Two boys Kissing.

Julia DeVillers is the bestselling author of several novels, including Liberty Porter, Trading Faces, and How My Private, Personal Journal Became a Bestseller, which was adapted into the Disney Channel original movie Read It and Weep. Enjoy this guest post which stems from the theme of her latest book Emma Emmets, Playrgound Matchmaker.

Here are some killer new romance novels to love—teens and adults, alike, will be swooning over the pages.

For those of us that heart books, these new titles will definitely get you some of that all important snuggle and bonding time with your kids

Here is a hilarious take on the holiday that boys love to hate, the most complex holiday of them all. Giveaway begins January 12, 2013, at 12:01 A.M. PST and ends February 9, 2013, at 11:59 P.M. PST.

By Bianca Schulze, The Children’s Book Review Published: February 14, 2012 New and Notable Loved Classics

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and you know what that means: time to read some love stories! Here are just a few selections with which you’re sure to fall in love. So snuggle up with your favorite little reader and share a good laugh, a cuddle, and a whole lotta love.

A Kiss for You! Joan Holub. This is an adorable and interactive treat for the little love-bugs in your life.

The theme is love, but of course. "The giving of love is an education in itself." ~ Eleanor Roosevelt

By Bianca Schulze Bianca Schulze, The Children’s Book Review
Published: February 11, 2010

Just had to share these with you—after all, sharing is apart of loving. Right?

Have a beautiful Valentine’s Day weekend!

Younger Readers will enjoy …

Truly adorable and enjoyable books that offer up "that loving feeling," and should get you some of that all important snuggle and bonding time with your kids.

By Bianca Schulze, The Children’s Book Review
Published: January 13, 2010

Winnie the Pooh: A Valentine for You Special EditionWinnie the Pooh: A Valentine For You: Special Edition

Ages: 4-8

DVD: Animated

Studio: Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment

Source: Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment

What to expect: Friendship, Adventure

This is a review for all of you “Pooh” fans. In the event you and your sidekick can’t get enough of this lovable bear in the books that you read—or perhaps you’re looking for a way to connect your child with a book character, to encourage reading—Winnie the Pooh: A Valentine For You makes a fine choice for the holiday of love, Valentine’s Day.