5 Children’s Books for Valentine’s Day

by Rich on February 14, 2013 · 0 comments

As a child, Valentine’s Day is always fun to celebrate, especially in school with decorated Valentine boxes that are filled with cards and candy from teachers and friends! But the fun doesn’t have to stop there. When your child returns home with a box full of goodies, you can extend the happiness all the way to bedtime with one of these great books we found in a recent article on Examiner.com:

1. How Do Dinosaurs Say I Love You?

In this book, your child will see how moods can change instantly from grumpy to happy and is a great learning tool of how to say, “I love you.”

2. Fancy Nancy: Heart to Heart

This book is great for girls! It can be described as a fancy mystery and will allow your child to follow the main character as she tries to put together clues in order to find out who sent the secret valentine.

3. Roses are Pink, Your Feet Really Stink

This is a book to help teach your child right from wrong. The main character is picked on by two classmates and decides to send mean valentines, but sign them as someone else. Once the classmates find out the truth, the main character realizes he was wrong and fixes his mistake.

4. Love Splat

A kitty romance book that will keep your child wondering which cat will be the special valentine and if anyone will get their heart broken.

5. Guess How Much I Love You

A competitive book about two hares, father and son, who try to out do one another on how much they love each other. Your child will enjoy the competitiveness and become excited once they realize that everyone is loved and wins in the end!

We hope everyone has a wonderful Valentine’s Day and please let us know if you have any other books that you love to read with your children on this special day!

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