16 Best Valentines Books For Kids Update 05/2022

How Do I Love Thee

If you want to show your kids how much you love them this time of year, read them a book! It doesn’t matter if you are celebrating the love between a parent and their child, explaining how important friendship is, or just talking about what Valentine’s Day is all about. These books are sure to make your day even better.

My Baby Loves Valentine’s Day

My Baby Loves Valentine's Day

When I hold my baby, I can feel the love in the air. FROM THE TOP OF HER HAIR TO THE TOP OF HER TOES.

It’s a board book called My Baby Loves Valentine’s Day. In it, you can celebrate all the lovely things that baby learns about Valentine’s Day. For a new baby, this cute gift from Jabari Asim and Tara Nicole Whitaker is the best thing to get them.

Baby Shark: Happy Valentine’s Day! 

If you want to send a Valentine’s Day card to your friends and family, Baby Shark is hard at work making one.

Pinkfong has officially endorsed this title, which is based on characters from the YouTube hit Baby Shark that has more than 4.4 billion views. It’s Valentine’s Day for Baby Shark! This book comes with stickers, cards, and a paper fortune teller.

Adventures of Paddington: Love Day

A strong wind blows Paddington’s plans all over the place on Love Day, but he doesn’t give up. We want you to come along with Paddington as he learns all about love in this sweet new story!

This book is based on the Nickelodeon animated show and is based on the classic series by Michael Bond. It’s a great gift for the Paddington fan in your life. It comes with 12 Valentine’s Day cards!

Let’s Say I Love You

I love you is a lovely thing to know and understand. Learn how important those three little words are to your child… in twelve different languages! A sign language translation of “I love you”:

Happy Valentine’s Day, Mouse! 

In If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, Mouse meets all the people he loves on Valentine’s Day. Preschoolers will love this board book with sturdy pages because it’s a simple way to show them how much fun Valentine’s Day can be.

This book is great for young artists and crafters. It goes well with Valentine’s Day activities. A surprise at the end makes the read-aloud more fun!

Biscuit’s Valentine’s Day

There are a lot of special deliveries to make on Valentine’s Day. Biscuit and the little girl have a lot of them to make. But when Biscuit smells a treat, that silly dog can’t help himself. It’s not clear how the girl will show Biscuit how much she loves him. This heartwarming story has a lot of big flaps that you can open to find out!

The Berenstain Bears’ Valentine Love Bug

Having fun with Berenstain Bears is a great way to celebrate Valentine’s Day! During a Valentine’s Day wedding, Sister Bear is asked to be the flower girl. She’s so excited! But when she gets too excited about the dresses, flowers, and cake, things start to go wrong, so she needs to stop. A special poster, fun stickers, and Valentine’s Day cards come with this book, which is aimed at young people.

Splat The Cat: Funny Valentine

It’s Valentine’s Day, and Splat the Cat is there to help you lift the flaps. Feel the love!

It’s Valentine’s Day, and Splat wants to give a secret gift to someone who means a lot to him. All of his classmates decide to help him, and they make the best Valentine ever! Lift the flaps all the way through the story to find hidden Christmas gifts.

The Love Letter

The Love Letter

They will fall in love with this sweet and silly picture book about three friends, Hedgehog, Bunny, and Squirrel, who each find a mysterious love letter. They all learn about the joys of friendship.

One Hug

Telling a story in a way that is both sweet and joyful, One Hug shows how we can hug our friends and family in many different ways. As a Chinese-American family wakes up to start preparing for their immigrant family to arrive, the littlest girl starts to feel neglected and anxious. That’s not all. Her brother and grandmother’s embrace help her end the day with food in her stomach and fireflies in her jars.

I’ve Loved You Since Forever

I’ve Loved You Since I Was a Child is a song about how much a parent and child love each other. This picture book is based on Today show host Hoda Kotb’s heartwarming adoption of her daughter, Haley Joy.

You Are My Happy

As the mama bear and her cub snuggle together before bed, they think about the things that make them happy. Inspired by her own nighttime routine with her daughter, Haley Joy,Kotb creates another beautiful treasure for parents and children to enjoy together.

How Do I Love Thee?

How Do I Love Thee

How do I love you? Count me in.

Whether it’s soft sunlight, rain, or frost-etched breath, three kids share the love and joy of friendship as they explore nature’s beauty and wonder.

I’ll Love You Till the Cows Come Home

This book takes the phrase “I’ll love you until the cows come home” to a new level of humor. During this great read-aloud, there are yaks in Cadillacs, sheep setting sail, frogs on big-wheeled bikes, and more.

There is warm and funny art and rhythmic, jogging text in “I’ll Love You Till the Cows Come Home.” It’s a great book for snuggling up with your child at the end of the day or any time you want to show how much you love them.

Hugs & Kisses for the Grouchy Ladybug

This is the perfect gift for Valentine’s Day, or any time you want to show someone you care. Eric Carle’s bright collage illustrations feature a variety of cute animals. With its message of friendship, this little gift book is great for people of all ages!

Sealed with a Kiss

Make sure she doesn’t get lost in the zoo. Make some new friends, of course.

Seal isn’t always so friendly with the other animals. When they aren’t, a wise sparrow inspires them to give him a special gift.

This story of friendship and forgiveness by best-selling author Beth Ferry and illustrator Olivier Tallec is full of heart and humor. It’s sure to make kids laugh.

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