Looking for a special way to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your children? Give a Book! Here are some of our favorite Valentine’s Day books to add to your child’s library.
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Top 40 Valentine’s Day Books for Kids
We created a few selections of lists based on age groups for your Valentine’s Day Book Selection.
Add with a little heart-shaped object for the perfect gift your a little to celebrate this special Valentine’s Day.
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Board Books About Valentine’s Day for Younger Children
These books are ideal for babies and toddlers since they are sturdy board books.
Little Blue Truck’s Valentine by Alice Schertle
The Littlest Valentine by Brandi Dougherty
Tiny T. Rex and the Perfect Valentine by Jonathan Stutzman
Happy Valentine’s Day, Mouse! (If You Give…)
Where Is Baby’s Valentine?: A Lift-the-Flap Book
My Fuzzy Valentine (Sesame Street)
Elmo’s World: Love! (Sesame Street) (Sesame Street(R) Elmos World(TM))
Elmo’s Valentine (Sesame Street) (A Chunky Book(R))
Maisy’s Valentine Sticker Book
Max’s Valentine (Max and Ruby)
Baby Touch and Feel I Love You
The Dinosaurs Valentine’s Day by Jessica Brady
Love from The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle
BOOK ACTIVITY IDEA: These hands on Valentines Day Activities are perfect for your babies and toddlers.
Books About Valentines’ day for Older Children
Love Monster by Rachel Bright
In My Heart: A Book of Feelings by Jo Witek
Mirabel’s Missing Valentines by Janet Lawler
Splat the Cat: Funny Valentine
Amelia Bedelia’s First Valentine
The Night Before Valentine’s Day
There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Rose!
Be My Valentine, Amelia Bedelia
Valentine’s Day Fun! (Max and Ruby)
One Heart (Valentine Counting Books)
I Spy With My Little Eye Valentine’s Day: A Fun Guessing Game Book
The Biggest Valentine Ever by Steven Kroll
Love from the Crayons by Drew Daywalt
There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Rose! by Lucille Colandro
Hug Machine by Scott Campbell
Lola Dutch I Love You So Much by Kenneth Wright
BOOK ACTIVITY IDEA: After you read a Valentine story you can create a special Valentine for your child’s friends or classmates. Here’s 20+ Homemade Valentine Ideas.
Books About Valentine’s Day
This collection of books focuses more on explaining the holiday of Valentine’s day to your child or students.
Celebrating Valentines Day: My Special Valentines
Valentine’s Day (Holidays and Celebrations)
BOOK ACTIVITY IDEA: We put together a collection of 101+ Valentine’s Day Activities for activity ideas to do with these books.
Books About Love for Kids
Valentine’s Day is such a special time to share with your child. Here are my TOP 10 Reasons I love sharing Valentine’s Day with my child. My answers may surprise you.
Focusing on stories about LOVE can make it even more special. Here are our favorite books about love.
I Love You Through And Through
Mommy Hugs (Classic Board Books)
I Am Love: A Book of Compassion by Susan Verde
One Love by Cedella Marley
Love Is: by Diane Adams
Crocodiles Need Kisses Too by Rebecca Colby
BOOK ACTIVITY IDEA: Add a little Valentine’s Day Snack to your book fun with these 12+ Valentine Snack Recipes.
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Want to make your book extra special? Include a few budget friendly activities with your Valentine’s Day Books
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For some crafty ideas and games to go along with these books, check out these 101+ Valentine’s Day Activities for Kids!
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Does anyone have any recommendations as to which books are simple and contains a lot of related vocabulary (ie: Valentine's, day, pink, red, heart, love, I love you, hug, kiss, etc.) I teach baby sign language and I like to include simple books that reinforce the vocabulary they just learned.. the focus of the book is on vocabulary more so than the story. Thanks, Nicole.
Andie Jaye says
such a great resource! and some of our faves are listed! we're huge splat the cat fans. will be featuring this as one of my "think pink" features for the kid's co-op