Valentine's Day Books to Love!
Valentine’s Day is upon us once again so that means another holiday book list! The following is a list of some fun Valentine’s Day books for all ages and tastes. If you want some more Valentine’s book suggestions, check out my post, Valentine's Books You Can Fall In Love With!, from 2014!
- Llama llama I love you by Anna Dewedney -- A classic from the Llama llama collection about whom, and how, Llama llama loves.
- Pete the Cat Valentine’s Day Is Cool by James Dean -- Join Pete the Cat as he discovers how cool Valentine’s Day is, and how many special cats are in his life.
- Happy Valentine’s Day, Mouse! By Laurra Joffe Numeroff -- Another great installment in the “If you give a Mouse. . .” series where Mouse celebrates Valentine’s Day with everyone he loves.
- The Biggest Valentine Ever by Steven Kroll -- Clayton and Desmond set out together to make the biggest Valentine ever. But when things go wrong, they each think they can do better on their own. Will they realize in time for Valentine’s Day that they’ll do better if they work together?
- Zombie in Love by Kelly DiPucchio -- Mortimer the zombie is looking for love, but his zombie problems such as an arm falling off at the gym, keep getting in his way. Is Mortimer’s search for love hopeless? This is a really cute and fun book that even the boys will get into. Great for ages 4-8.
- Hug Machine by Scott Campbell -- A sweet book about the hug machine that gives out hugs whether you’re big, small, squishy, or hard! Great for ages 4-8.
- A Crankenstein Valentine by Samantha Berger -- This is the story of what happens to an ordinary boy on the most lovey-dovey day of the year. The kissing, gooey holiday turns him into a monster! Can Crankenstein turn his sour day sweet? Great for ages 3-6.
- The Yuckiest, Stinkiest, Best Valentine Ever by Brenda Ferber (ages 3-7) -- Leon has a crush at school. He has the perfect Valentine for her, but she isn’t a fan of the holiday! Even boys will enjoy this cute story about a young boy and his crush on Valentine ’s Day. Great for ages 3-7.
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I am a 2010 graduate with a degree and certification in Elementary Ed., and I have worked with students from birth to junior high. I believe that one of the most important qualities to surviving a teaching career is a sense of humor. I also strongly feel that students are most successful when they are active and hands-on learners. My Mom was a Special Ed. teacher for almost 30 years, and my Dad was an English major, so I enjoy bouncing blog ideas off the two of them. This usually results in an exchange of great stories with my Mom, and a correction in my writing from my Dad. When they're not available, the job falls to my rescue dog, Coozie.