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14 Books to Read in February

Celebrate the season of love with these adorable children’s books! These fun stories spread lessons of love that last long after Valentine’s Day is over! (List prices are given for each book; you will likely be able to find them each for much cheaper!)

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  • Somebody Loves You, Mr. Hatch 1 of 14
    Somebody Loves You, Mr. Hatch
    Written by Eileen Spinelli and illustrated by Paul Yalowitz, this is a fun and heartwarming tale of a secret admirer!
    Find it at Amazon for $7.99
  • You’re Lovable to Me 2 of 14
    You're Lovable to Me
    By Kat Yeh Illustrated by Sue Anderson. Read this sweet tale (tail?) of repentant bunnies and their wise mom: "No matter what your feelings are, whatever they may be . . . I'm your mama. You're my bunnies. And you're lovable to me."
    Find it at Amazon for $15.99
  • Plant a Kiss 3 of 14
    Plant a Kiss
    By Amy Krouse Rosenthal Illustrated by Peter H. Reynolds. See how love blooms in this adorable book!
    Find it at Amazon for $14.99
  • Love, Splat 4 of 14
    Love, Splat
    By Rob Scotton. Kids love Splat. And in this book, Splat loves Kitten -- but will he win her paw against a rival?
    Find it at Amazon for $9.99
  • Everyone Says I Love You 5 of 14
    Everyone Says I Love You
    By Beegee Tolpa. This cute pop-up book shows how people around the world say "I love you."
    Find it at Amazon for $12.99
  • Olive My Love 6 of 14
    Olive My Love
    By Vivian Walsh Illustrated by J. Otto Seibold. Olive's back after her Christmas adventure in a Valentine's Day tale.
    Find it at Amazon for $15
  • The Day It Rained Hearts 7 of 14
    The Day It Rained Hearts
    By Felicia Bond. Felicia Bond's illustrations and stories are endearing; none more so than this story of a Valentine rainstorm.
    Find it at Amazon for $6.99
  • Guess How Much I Love You 8 of 14
    Guess How Much I Love You
    By Sam McBratney Illustrated by Anita Jeram. This classic book is a must for parents and children everywhere -- it tells the story of a mother's love.
    Find it at Amazon for $16.99
  • One Love 9 of 14
    One Love
    Adapted by Cedella Marley Illustrated by Vanessa Brantley-Newton. See one young girl's work to change her community, told through the lyrics of the classic Bob Marley song.
    Find it at Amazon for $16.99
  • Roses Are PInk, Your Feet Really Stink 10 of 14
    Roses Are PInk, Your Feet Really Stink
    By Diane de Groat. On a less mushy note, read this cute tale of how Gilbert learns how to apologize for his mistakes.
    Find it at Amazon for $6.99
  • The Ballad of Valentine 11 of 14
    The Ballad of Valentine
    By Alison Jackson Illustrated by Tricia Tusa. Read this cute adaptation of the song "Clementine," as Valentine's beau tries to reach her as she goes about her daily chores.
    Find it at Amazon for $6.99
  • Snowy Valentine 12 of 14
    Snowy Valentine
    By David Petersen. The cute illustrations let these bunnies show how to say "I love you."
    Find it at Amazon for $14.99
  • Queen of Hearts 13 of 14
    Queen of Hearts
    By Mary Engelbreit. Engelbreit's bright and detailed illustrations show Ann Estelle creating her Valentine box for school.
    Find it at Amazon for $6.99
  • The Valentine Bears 14 of 14
    The Valentine Bears
    By Eve Bunting Illustrated By Jan Brett. This 1985 classic shows hibernating bears' first Valentine's Day together.
    Find it at Amazon for $6.99

Do YOU have a favorite Valentine’s Day book? Let us know in the comments.

xoxo

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