When Valentine's Day rolls around, there are plenty of chocolate candies and paper valentines that you could give to your kids on the sweetest day of the year. But what about sharing the love of reading with Valentine's Day books that are sweet, funny, and perfect for little ones. From picture books and board books to a few reads for older kids, here are ten books that are perfectly themed for Valentine’s Day.
Little Blue Truck's Valentine
This colorful story follows Little Blue Truck as he delivers Valentine’s Day cards to all his farm animal friends. If your kids love this series, they will love this book and want to read it long after February.
If a potty humor makes your little one giggle, give this book a read. Harvey is a little heart with too many farts and it's driving away his friends. Kids will laugh their way through this rhyming tale of silly toot situations and friendship.
This book features all the Crayons from The Day the Crayons Quit, and the bright colors and subtle shades of love. This is a great option for your elementary-aged kiddos who want a V-day-inspired book.
If your little valentine is dinosaur obsessed, this is the book for them. Logan the dinosaur is making valentines for all his friends and kids can follow along as he delivers them to different types of dinos.
With rhyming text and a silly story, the old lady goes on a wild adventure to swallow items like a rose, some lace, and even glitter. This one is an easy read for beginners and perfect for Valentine’s Day.
The Try Not to Laugh Challenge — Would You Rather? Valentine's Day Edition
How about a fun read for you and your teens or tweens? This "would you rather" challenge will have you all in stitches. With over 160 questions, you’ll have plenty of laughs through the entire month of February.
Plum the dog has many favorite things: catching sticks, her bear, her bed. However, her favorite thing is love. Sometimes when she shows love, it all goes wrong. Luckily, even when she makes mistakes, her family still loves her.
This book tells the story of a close-knit family who grows plants and sells them at their local market. Through rhyming words, the family discovers the types of love that exist in the many homes of their diverse community.
This book is a reinvention of Elizabeth Barrett Browning's famous iconic love poem "Sonnet 43." The illustrations are beautiful and the book is such a lovely way to tell your kids how much you adore them.