100+ Valentine’s Day Books Recommended by Moms

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Cupid is hiding around the corner. Take a moment today to reserve some new books from your local library!

Below are 100 kids’ books about LOVE for Valentine’s Day.
See the collection of titles.

Last spring the girls and I went for a hike on a warm afternoon. When we got into the shade of the woods, there was a strong chill in the air. The forest was suddenly filled with giggles. I turned around to find this:

{100 Books About Love} *Great list

Generosity is not giving me that which I need more than you do, but it is giving me that which you need more than I do. {Khalil Gibran}

Love takes so many different avenues; a simple act of kindness can be powerful.

Below you’ll find books about friendship, family, and also some holiday titles for kids. But, before you go through the list, let’s chat for a moment… What’s YOUR favorite love story?

Click the comment icon to read what people are saying. After a bit of thought, I realized that the Harry Potter series is quite possibly one of my favorite love stories.  Are you a fan of the series?

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Were you shocked and moved by the story of Severus Snape? Oh my goodness. There was so much drama and discussion leading up to the final book after Dumbledore’s death. The power of unrequited love saves the day. It reminds me of this classic Smashing Pumpkins song. If you’re also on Google+, be sure to follow Let’s Lasso the Moon and also share your favorite story!

QUICK LIBRARY TIP:

Did you know that most libraries offer the opportunity to reserve books online? Pop on over to your local library site and look for an online catalog. What does this mean for you? A hassle free trip with the kids. You simply go to check out and they’ve got all your requested titles rounded up for you!

My librarian suggested searching by the definitive ISBN number rather than title. Each book has a unique ISBN number and many libraries catalog using this information. You can find this information on Amazon by scrolling down to the “Product Description” section. Don’t see it? Click here for visual instructions.

A big thank you to the Kids Blogging Network for sharing this great collection of family-friendly titles below.

  Do you have a favorite title that we overlooked? What would you add to the collection? Let’s chat in the comments.

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PS: Find 300+ family-friendly parents sharing ideas on the Kid Blogger Network Activities & Crafts group Pinterest board and find additional book inspiration on my Little Book Lovers Pinterest board.    



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2 Comments

  1. Jackie Currie
    January 21, 2014

    Oh Zina, this photos are precious. Sweet, sweet, sweetness!

    Reply
  2. Melissa Guion
    January 30, 2014

    I have a new picture book called BABY PENGUINS LOVE THEIR MAMA! that I think would be at home on this iist, if I do say so! :)

    Reply

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