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Children's Valentine’s Day Books We Can't Get Enough of...

We all love an exciting and engaging book, and we especially like a super sweet book about love near Valentine’s Day…

Children's Valentine’s Day Books We Can't Get Enough of...

To mark Valentine’s Day on the 14th February, we wanted to share a few lovable books with you, which you may decide to read with your students. Whether it’s on the day of the event or even a different time, we’re sure you’ll love these classics!

Love from the Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle

From the author of the much loved, The Very Hungry Caterpillar comes this new edition. Follow the caterpillar as he munches his way through all of the different ways you could tell someone why they are special to you – this one is too cute!

Love Is by Diane AdamsSpecial Days

This heart-warming book tells the story of a young girl who takes care of a little duckling. Follow their journey as they grow in their understanding of what is it to care for each other and how hard it is to let go of a special bond.

Valensteins by Ethan Long

In this funny story, you’ll soon find out that even the scariest of monsters have true feelings. Follow members of the Fright Club, as they unravel the mystery of what Fran K. Stein is making… does he have a Valentine? You’ll have to give this one a read to find out!

Here Comes Valentine Cat by Deborah Underwood

This funny tale follows Cat, who doesn’t like Valentine’s Day, nor his new neighbour, Dog. Dog torments Cat daily, so he plans to write Dog an angry Valentine note, until he starts acting kind to Cat. What is he up to we wonder?

We hope you enjoyed our reading picks and have a lovely Valentine’s Day! 

09/02/2018

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