We have been in full Valentine mode at our house the last couple weeks. The thing that I love about Valentine’s day is that it just inspires so much creativity in my kids! Everything is fun if it’s “Valentine’s”. So even my reluctant reader was happy when I got her some new Valentine’s Day books this week! Today I’m sharing some of the books that we love for Valentine’s Day, so that you can inspire your little readers over the next few weeks!

These 25 Valentine's Day books are good enough to inspire even the most reluctant reader! (I know because I have one!)

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25 Kid Books About Love

  • Books and love, of course!

These books are great for giggles, cuddles, hugs & kisses! Since my 1st grader, Jaida, is not very fond of reading, sharing some of these super fun books with her as read-alouds makes for a good, non-stressful way to expose her to some quality reading material that makes her more curious about reading in general. In fact, since we’ve been doing some Valentine’s Day reading and learning activities she has gotten very inspired to start reading and writing on her own time. She is constantly asking me to help her spell things so that she can write them correctly (total perfectionist!) So I can totally vouch for the fun-value of these books!

25 Valentine’s Day Books

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Valentine’s Books with Popular Characters

 

 

Happy Valentine’s Day, Mouse!

by Laura Numeroff

 

 

Grumpy Monkey Valentine Gross-Out

By Suzanne Lang

 

 

Little Blue Truck’s Valentine

By Alice Schertle

 

 

Llama Llama I Love You

by Anna Dewdney

 

 

Love, Splat

by Rob Scotton

 

 

Splat the Cat Funny Valentine

by Rob Scotton

 

 

Pete the Cat Valentine’s Day is Cool

by Kimberly and James Dean

 

 

A Little Spot of Love on Valentine’s Day

by Diane Alber

 

 

Pinkalicious Pink of Hearts

by Victoria Kann

 

 

Happy Valentine’s Day, Little Critter

by Mercer Mayer

 

 

Little Miss Valentine

by Adam Hargreaves

 

 

Tiny T. Rex and the Perfect Valentine

by Jonathan Stutzman

 

 

Amelia Bedelia’s First Valentine

by Victoria Kann

 

 

Happy Valentine’s Day, Curious George

by H.A. Rey

 

 

Fancy Nancy: Heart to Heart

by Jane O’Conner and Robin Preiss Glasser

Picture Books for Storytime

 

 

The Day it Rained Hearts

By Felicia Bond

 

 

Roses are Pink, Your Feet Really Stick

By Diane deGroat

 

 

Click, Clack, Moo I Love You

by Doreen Cronin

 

 

I Need a Hug

By Aaron Blabey

 

 

How to Catch a Loveosaurus

By Alice Walstead & Andy Elkerton

 

 

Cupig

by Claire Tattersfield

 

 

Love Monster

By Rachel Bright

 

 

Be My Valenslime

By Kris Tarantino

 

 

The Mystery of the Love List

by Sarah Glenn Marsh

 

 

There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Rose

by Lucille Colando

 

 

Turkey’s Valentine’s Surprise

by Wendi Silvano

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Kim Staten Owner and Curriculum Designer
Kim Staten is a mother of four children ages 20, 19, 16, and 12. Kim has taught at the preschool, kindergarten and early elementary levels for 16 years. With extensive experience working with special needs children, including her own children with special needs (Rett Syndrome, autism, anxiety, and ADHD), she creates hands-on curricula and activities that are great for working with children of all abilities in the classroom and at home. Hands-on, accessible activities are her passion. 

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  1. Awe, great list!I’m adding these to our reading list. #HipHomeschoolHop

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