Valentine’s Day Heart Warmers {HarperCollins}

Every Valentine’s Day, my kiddos wake up to a basket of love. A little bit of chocolate, lots of hearts items, clothes and definitely BOOKS! Help your child learn to love books. The adventures they can take and knowledge they will absorb. They will be hungry for more! HarperCollins has so many new releases for your growing kids and here are a few of their latest releases.

Love is RealLove is Real

A family of foxes, bunnies, and bears teach each other about the power of love from sunrise to sunset. Follow along and see what love is present in all the little things. This was a cute little read and was easy for my 18 month old to follow along.Written by Janet Lawler, illustrated by Anna Brown Ages 4 – 8

it's valentine's dayIt’s Valentine’s Day

An I Can Read! book, level 3. This book is a filled with 14 short story poems that will have your kids cracking up! A story about a girl who created a Valentine for her dog, only for him to take it out to the yard and tear it up. You know, the stories that kids find hysterical and we politely smile and nod our heads. Each one has it’s own funny illustration as well.
Written by Jack Prelutsky and illustrated by Marylin Hafner Ages 4 – 8

Little Critter: Just a Little LoveLittle Critter: Just a Little Love

I can Read! book, level My First Reading. This was such a heartwarming story about how the Critter family goes to do something nice, but bad things keep happening to each one of them. It shows that even during some of the hardest moments, all we need is a little love to make us feel better again. This is a great book even for your stronger readers to read because the message it shares is something we all can be reminded of.
Written and illustrated by Mercer Mayer Ages 4 – 8

Foxy in LoveFoxy in Love

Foxy is back and once again his friend Emily needs his help-big time! Emily is trying to make a Valentine’s Day card and she needs Foxy to remind her of all the things that she loves most. From birthday cakes to gardens with rainbows, Foxy is able to make everything Emily loves magically appear-but sometimes he makes a mistake (Emily loves balloons, not baboons!) Luckily Foxy can always find a good solution when things go wrongs….and he knows just the right way to make Emily’s Valentine’s Day card complete! Foxy and Emily figure out exactly what Valentine’s Day means to them in this sweet sequel.
Written and illustrated by Emma Dodd Ages 4 – 8

Pete the Cat: Valentine’s Day is CoolPete the Cat: Valentine's Day is Cool
Pete the Cat thinks Valentine’s isn’t cool…. that is, until he realizes how many special cats there are in his life! Pete works hard to make Valentine’s Day cards for everyone, and it turns out to be the grooviest Valentine’s Day ever. But what happens when he’s realized he’s forgotten to make a card for a very important cat? Join Pete the Cat as he discovers just how special Valentine’s Day can be! Pete the Cat is by far one of my daughter’s favorite books to read. She loves reading about all his adventures and thinks he’s one cool cat.
Written and illustrated by James Dean Ages 4 – 8

Tulip Loves RexTulip loves Rex
From the very moment she was born, Tulip loved to dance. She learned to spin before she could crawl, and to hop before she could walk. Tulip wouldn’t be Tulip if there wasn’t a skip in her step! Every evenining before bed, Tulip makes a wish in her Tulip way (with bend and a sway), and it’s always the same wish. One day, as Tulip hops and twirls in the park, she finds a friend that just might make her wish come true. But could Tulip make someone else’s wish come true, too?
Written by Alyssa Satin Capucilli, illustrated by Sarah Massini Ages 4 – 8

special thanks to HarperCollins for samples in order to conduct this review

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