Books on Love for Toddlers: Fun Stories to Read to Your Valentine
Consider Love by Sandra Boynton: A sweet book describing various types of love; this book could also be a little gift for sweethearts and loved ones of all ages.
Snuggle Puppy by Sandra Boynton: A love song for kids with adorable pictures of a doggie parent and puppy.
The Big Book of Love by Trace Moroney: A lovely story with cute bunny illustrations about love.
Guess How Much I Love You by Sam McBratney: A back and forth dialogue between a rabbit and his/her baby bunny depicting the unconditional love of a parent for his/her child.
Happy Valentine’s Day, Mouse! by Laura Numeroff and Felicia Bond: Mouse appreciates the special qualities of all of his friends by making them personalized Valentine cards.
Kisses by Barney Saltzberg: A touch and feel, lift-a-flap book on kisses; the only downside of this book is that with multiple readings the book might experience a little wear and tear!
The Story of Valentine’s Day by Nancy J. Skarmeas: A child-friendly history of Valentine’s Day
I Love You, Winnie the Pooh by Ellen Titlebaum: Pooh endeavors to deserve Christopher Robin’s complement that he is the “Best Bear” by helping his friends. When his efforts are less than successful, Pooh is feeling a little down, until Christopher Robin reassures him that he is loved for just being himself.