One thing Nick and I look forward to every day is the time we spend reading together. We read so much though that we end up reading the same books over and over again. Now I love to reread books, but even I can get bored after reading a book twenty plus times in a week! It’s nice to change up the books we’re reading by adding some holiday ones in. With the new year upon us I’ve had Valentine’s Day ideas on my mind and I realized it’s just about time to start adding some Valentine books to our list. We don’t have a lot of Valentine books in our house though, so I had to do some research the other day to find some for us to read.
14 Valentine Books to Read with Your Child
After searching on Amazon I found a lot of great books to order for us. Since Nick is now reading on his own I mixed things up with traditional picture books and leveled reading books. There are enough books here for you to read a new Valentine book with your child every day from the start of February through Valentine’s Day! Click on the book’s name or the picture to learn more about the book or to order it from Amazon!
It’s Valentine’s Day, and Clifford receives valentines from so many friends! Then when it snows, Clifford has an idea for how to give everyone a very special valentine!
It’s Valentine’s Day and Charlie Brown is trying to find the courage to give the Little Red-Haired Girl a valentine! With a little encouragement from Lucy, he finally goes for it. Is this the year everything finally works out for Charlie Brown?
School is always exciting for Amelia Bedelia, and getting her first Valentine’s Day card may be the most exciting surprise of all. But what will she do when she forgets her valentines for her classmates on the bus? Luckily, Amelia Bedelia is resourceful, and she doesn’t break any hearts.
But then Desmond and Clayton realize that by working together they can make the biggest, best valentine ever!
I must say choosing just 14 Valentine books was hard! This list is only the tip of the iceberg. Be sure to check out all of the great Valentine books out there! Happy reading!
More Valentine’s Day Ideas for Kids:
- Candy Heart Sort and Graph: A Valentine’s Day Math Activity
- Easy Craft for Kids: Framed Button Heart
- Valentine’s Day Poppers