Kid’s Valentine’s Storybooks

Although we love our kids all year round, Valentine‚Äôs Day is a sweet reminder to show some extra attention. The stores are saturated with candy, stuffies, balloons, and cards that cater to this special occasion. While these gifts are endearing, more and more parents are choosing to spread a whole bunch of love through storybooks. Valentine’s storybooks share a message that is touching and filled with experiences of love. Kids are drawn to these books and enjoy reading them over and over. Here are a few new Valentine’s books we’ve added to our family library.

I Love You Like No Otter

I Love You Like No Otter Valentine's

I Love You Like No Otter is an adorable board book that is written in rhyming animal puns. The storybook’s focus is all about love and it’s deepened with the humorous and endearing word twists and darling animals.

I Love You Like No Otter Valentine's

Each page shares a sweet message along with whimsical artwork that will touch your heart. Twelve different animals are featured, each with a love message. This is the purrfect storybook for your little squeakhearts this Valentine’s Day. Hedgehugs anyone?

Curious George’s Valentine’s Day Activity Book

Curious George's Valentine's Day Activity Book

Curious George’s Valentine’s Day Activity Book is packed with 96 engaging pages of Valentine’s fun. There are puzzles, games, search and find, tic-tac-toe, spot the difference, word search, mazes and so much more. Kids will also be inspired to doodle, draw, finish a sentence, write a story, and create Valentine’s cards. The book also includes a cookie recipe, 200 stickers, and 28 signature Curious George Valentine’s cards at the back of the book. Kids will be busy for hours and hours. All they need are markers, crayons, paper, and some imagination. Secret code: Lovebug.

Pout-Pout Fish Special Valentine

Pout-Pout Fish Valentine's

Pout-Pout Fish Special Valentine will take kids on an aquatic adventure with Mr. Fish and his beloved friends. Mr. Fish just bought a whole bunch of supplies to make Valentine’s treats and gifts for his friends. On his way home, he ended up sharing his supplies with friends who need specific ingredients and materials. By the time he got home, he had little left. The story is about giving, sharing and unconditional love for his friends. The book also includes 8 punch-out Valentine cards that kids can give to special friends.

Alphaprints: Puppy Love

Alphaprints Puppy Love is an enchanting board book that shares love through a variety of animals. With colorful images and a rhyming dialogue, kids will enjoy this precious book. The top of each page has a tab with a different animal featured, so young hands can easily turn the page. Babies and toddlers love to touch, so each of the animals has an embossed face so they can explore a textured surface. It’s perfect for Valentine’s Day.

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