10 Children’s Books That Celebrate Love – Valentine’s Day

It’s the season of love and we all want to gift our little cupids a little something, firstly as a gift to let them know we love them so much and secondly to make them understand what love is all about.

According to me, books on love, friendship, acceptance, generosity are great to read anytime around the year and Valentine’s make the perfect occasion to stock up on these reads. They are not only extraordinary but also make affordable yet wonderful gifts.

Let’s take a look at some of our favourites.

1. No Matter What by Debi Gliori

It’s a simple, short yet deeply touching story by Debi Gliori. Little Fox throws a tantrum and compalins about being unloved while Parent Fox consoles saying that’s not true. I love you no matter what!

2. Love Is by Diane Adams

A girl and a duckling grow to love each other. They learn how to care for each other. Discovering what love is! Its a story loves by little ones as well as parents.

3. In My Heart: A Book Of Feelings

There are so many things that our hearts can feel. Love, happiness, sadness, anger, bravery, silliness, etc. A cutout book whivh explains all these feelings and more to kids in a simple way.

4. One Love based on the song by Bob Marley

A book that every child will fall in love into. Bob Marley’s child, Cedella Marley adapted her father’s super hit song into this book. A heartfelt story of a girl bringing the community together.

5. Love Monster and The Last Chocolate by Rachael Bright

When Love Monster finds a mystery box of chocolates at his door, he can’t believe his luck. But he’s soon thrown into a whirlwind of turmoil. Should he keep the chocolates for himself or share with his friends?

6. Hug Machine by Scott Campbell

A little boy is set out to give hugs. Whether you are big or small, or tall or short or spikey or soft, he is just set to give his unimaginably wonderful hug. Here comes the Hug Machine!

7. Dragon Loves Penguin by Debi Gliori

A Mama dragon adopts an egg and later when the egg hatches, out comes a penguin who doesn’t look like a dragon at all. But Mama dragon loves him no matter what!

8. Guess How Much I Love You by Sam McBratney

Little NutBrown Hare and his Daddy are having a conversation of how much they love each other. If Little Hare loves Daddy as wide as he can reach, Daddy loves a little more as he can reach wider and so on… Another of our favourite.

9. The Love Letter by Anika Aldamuy Denise

Hedgehog, Bunny and Squirrel are best friends. One day they happen to find a love letter. It’s an adorable story of how one’s attitude changes wiht love. How special it feels to know that you have someone you loves you very much.

10. The Wonderful Things You Will be by Emily Winfield Martin

An adorable book that shows parents’ love and acceptance no matter what the kids want to be or will turn out to be. A must have!

I always make sure to keep adding books to my kids’ library on every occasion and why not celebrate love with reading too.

Happy Reading Mamas and Papas and Happy Valentine’s Day little cupids 😊

20 thoughts on “10 Children’s Books That Celebrate Love – Valentine’s Day

  1. Great list Seema. I should save this list. Being a dad of a growing kid I must save this list for future use for.my little princess 🙂
    Thanks for sharing this.

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  2. Wow lovely list Seema and perfect for season. my little one is an avid reader and she always love to explore new options to read. will share your list with her to get some amazing read during this month.

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  3. What a lovely list of cute books about love. The stories seem really warm and heart touching. Definitely a great read for kids, full of positivity.

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