Valentine’s Day Books



George and his friends celebrate Valentine’s Day with decorating, baking, card making and some unexpected hilarity along the way! Just how much mischief can a curious little monkey get into when balloons, frosting, and glitter are involved? Fold-out flaps on each scene reveal lively surprises in this humorous celebration of friendship. Sparkly red foil shines on the cover and throughout the book.


Join Mouse from If You Give a Mouse a Cookie as he celebrates Valentine’s Day with all the friends he loves.



One day it rains hearts, and Cornelia Augusta catches them. Each heart is special in its own way, and Cornelia Augusta knows exactly who to send them to.



Almost everything about Valentine’s Day is fancy . . . especially with Fancy Nancy! Mystery is in the air when Nancy receives a valentine from a secret someone. Join Nancy as she follows the clues to find out who it is—all in her trademark fabulous style, of course. Gorgeous stickers included!



Clayton and Desmond are back in this companion to the bestselling book THE BIGGEST PUMPKIN EVER! A sheet of colorful foil stickers is bound into the book for extra valentine fun! When Mrs. Mousely asks her class to make valentines, Clayton and Desmond decide to make one together and give it to their teacher as a surprise. But things don’t go as planned. First Clayton puts too much glitter on the card. Then Desmond puts on too many hearts. Soon the friends are arguing and they rip the card in half. “I’m going to make my own valentine!” they both say and go home in a huff. But then Desmond and Clayton realize that by working together they can make the biggest, best valentine ever! Kids can use the colorful foil stickers to make their own valentines!

Somebody Loves You, Mr. Hatch

Mr. Hatch is the grumpiest man in town until he gets a rather large valentine from an unknown person. With a couple twists in plot, children will learn that love both given and received can change a person from inside out.

What is this thing called love

What is this thing called love? What colour is it and what shape? Is it sweet or savoury? Is it big or small? Like a lot of kids, Emma would really like to know. The problem is: everyone Emma asks—Mum, Dad, Grandma and Grandad—seems to have a different idea of what love is. Can love really be in a piece of cake or a game of football?It seems there’s a lot more to this love thing than Emma ever imagined!


This beloved classic shares the adorable “one-upping” of “I love you’s” between Little Nut Brown Hare and Big Nut Brown Hare.  Little Nut Brown Hare thinks he’s won the game at the end when he tells Big Nut Brown Hare that he loves him all the way to the moon.  Once he falls asleep, Big Nut Brown Hare responds, “I love you all the way to the moon…and back.”


” I ruff you in the morning when the sun is shining bright I ruff you in the evening when the moon lights up the night I ruff your precious ears and your sweet little nose I ruff your little fingers and teeny-tiny toes!” Preschoolers will love the plush puppy ears that appear on each page. Nothing is cuter than a snuggly puppy on Valentine’s Day, especially one that doesn’t need to be taken out in the middle of the night.


If the funny name doesn’t get you, the silly cat and mouse antics will.  Lift the flaps to find surprises hidden through out the story.



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