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Best books about love to share with children this Valentine’s Day!

Share these children's books with those you love this Valentine's Day! From slider board books for toddlers to heartwarming picture books, there's a book for everyone to love here.

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Peekaboo Love

Written by Camilla Reid Illustrated by Ingela P Arrhenius
0-2

Connecting with faces and playing peekaboo is one of the first games that babies play. It’s why the very youngest of children will love this cute love-themed book – and want to read it again and again. With easy-to-use peekaboo sliders, a fun rhyming text and surprise mirror ending, this stylish and interactive board book is perfect for babies and toddlers!

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Love

Illustrated by Emma Dodd
0-2

Join little rabbit and his mummy as they spend a glorious sunny day together in the meadow. Little rabbit finds love everywhere, but knows that a mummy’s love is always the best love of all. Beautifully illustrated and with a heartfelt message, this is a great bedtime story for little ones.

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Love Always Everywhere

Written by Nosy Crow Illustrated by Sarah Massini
0-2

Whoever you love, and however you show it, don't forget that love is always everywhere! This heartwarming and tender story, with charming artwork by Sarah Massini, is the perfect Valentine's present to share and read aloud.

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Love You Always

Written by Frances Stickley Illustrated by Migy Blanco
2-5

As Hoglet and his mummy walk home through the autumn leaves, Hoglet is puzzled and full of questions. Everything is changing around him – would his mummy love him more if HE changed too? Will her love ever change? But wise Mummy knows just how to reassure her little Hoglet that, whatever changes might come, her love will always stay the same.

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I Love You, Little One

Illustrated by Holly Surplice
0-2

One guinea pig mummy loves her little one so much more than she can say. As they spend a fun-filled day together – painting, reading, baking and sharing a very special picnic – she finds lots of different ways to show the very special love between a mother and child.

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