Valentine Books for Kindergarten
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Fill your shelves with a few engaging Valentine books for kindergarten. These easy readers are perfect for kids just learning to read.
These leveled readers feature larger text and shorter sentences designed to help new readers gain confidence in their reading skills. These books for kindergarten will make a great addition to your holiday celebrations.
Valentine Books for Kindergarten
Below, I’ve featured just a handful of picture books that will help your kindergarteners celebrate Valentine’s Day.
You should be able to find them at your local library or bookstore. If you can’t find them locally, you can click each image cover to purchase them on Amazon.
Panda Kisses – Baby Panda’s parents offer “A soft kiss? A sweet kiss? A sticky bamboo treat kiss” but after everything, his perfect kiss might’ve been in front of him the whole time…
Princess Hearts – Cinderella, Rapunzel, Aurora, Belle, Snow White, Tiana, Ariel, and Jasmine celebrate love in many different ways.
A Valentine for Percy – Thomas and Percy and their engine friends celebrate Valentine’s Day on the Island of Sodor!
Hearts and Hooves – The Cutie Mark Crusaders are so excited to celebrate Hearts and Hooves day! They go on a mission to find a special Valentine for their teacher, Cheerilee, but soon realize they are in big trouble when their love potion spell misfires!
Pikachu in Love – Uh-oh! Jessie and James drank Shuckle juice. The juice makes Pokemon fall in love with them! Can Ash find a cure? Or will Pikachu love Team Rocket… forever?
Arthur’s First Kiss – Rumor has it that Francine is finally going to find a way to kiss Arthur at her birthday party. Arthur is worried, until he is assured that they will not play that spin-the-bottle kissing game. Instead, Francine and Muffy have a devilishly clever plan, and only D.W. and Pal can save Arthur.
Silly Tilly’s Valentine – Silly Tilly Mole can’t remember why today is special. Is it because it’s snowing and the wind is swirling colored snowflakes all around her? Or maybe it’s the bright red something special in her mailbox that makes this a special day.
Clifford’s Valentines – It’s Valentine’s Day, and Clifford receives valentines from so many friends! Then when it snows, Clifford has an idea for how to give everyone a very special valentine!
Valentine Mice! – Four little mice have fun delivering valentines to their forest friends. But when they discover the littlest mouse is missing, they set off on a search that ends with a happy Valentine’s Day reunion.
Just a Little Love – In Just a Little Love, Little Critter finds love just in time for Valentine’s Day. But will his valentine love him back?
Arthur’s Great Big Valentine – A minor squabble with his best friend, Norman, has left Arthur all alone this wintry Valentine’s Day until Norman’s little brother saves the day, and the two best friends are reunited.
It’s Valentine’s Day – Fourteen easy-to-read poems go straight to the heart—and the funny bone—of the fourteenth of February.
Minnie and Moo: Will You Be My Valentine? – It’s Valentine’s Day, and love is everywhere — or at least it will be if Minnie and Moo have anything to do with it. Donning cupid costumes, the intrepid duo sets out to deliver “love poems for the needy,” determined to share the joy of this special day with everyone.
Don’t Be My Valentine – Amy Lou is always trying to help Sam, and it bothers him. So when it’s time for valentines, Sam makes a mean one for her. But the valentine is delivered to Sam’s teacher instead of Amy Lou. How did that happen?
Which of these books about Valentine’s Day will you read first?
Valentine’s Day coloring cards are perfect for class parties and playdates! It’s like a gift and an activity all in one.
What kid doesn’t love Bingo? This adorable Valentine’s Day bingo set is perfect for the school classroom or a large family gathering or party — with 30 unique game boards.