by Eric Hill: When I was a child I loved the Spot books. In this book, Spot tries to find all of the supplies to make a Valentine for his mother.
Valentines Are For Saying I Love You (Reading Railroad) by Margaret Sutherland and Amy Wummer: In this story a little girl makes a valentine for everyone she knows to make sure they know she loves them.
Where Is Baby’s Valentine?: A Lift-the-Flap Book by Karen Katz: This “Where is Baby” book is one of the lift the flap books that toddlers love. In this story, the children lift the flaps to find the valentines.
Love Bug (Snuggle-Me Stories) by Sandra Magsamen: This story is a combination rhyming and puppet book. The book comes with a finger puppet to help tell the story. This book is designed for babies so they can also enjoy the Valentine’s holiday.
Day It Rained Hearts by Felicia Bond. In this story, a little girl is walking through the rain when it starts to rain hearts. She takes the hearts home and makes special valentines for the people that she loves; Rabbit, Turtle, Dog and Mouse.
Valentine’s Day Is. by Gail Gibbons: This book is a children’s version of the Valentine’s Day holiday. The book simply explains the history, customs and meaning of the holiday. It also has directions for a simple Valentine’s craft.