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Picture Books for Valentine's Day

Enjoy these love-filled books with your little reader on Valentine's Day.
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Miss Spider's Wedding
Series: Miss Spider
by David Kirk Illustrated by David Kirk
New from the bestselling author of "Miss Spider's Tea Party". Miss Spider is spinning with joy! She's just met a wonderful spider man who may be her Mr. Right. Her well-meaning friends decide he's not dashing enough, and set out to find her a new mate. Full-color illustrations. "Fabulous art. . . ." — Booklist
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Love Me, Love You
by Susan Heyboer O'Keefe Illustrated by Robin Spowart
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I Love You
by Liza Baker , Bernadette Rossetti-Shustak , Lisa McCourt , Caroline Stutson Illustrated by David McPhail , Caroline Jayne Church , Melissa Sweet , Cyd Moore , John Segal
Mothers and children alike will love this collection of five sweet picture books, including Eve Bunting's "I Love You, Too!" and "I Love You Because You're You", illustrated by David McPhail. The padded cover makes this book a wonderful cuddle companion, and the eye-catching gold foil makes it stand out on the shelf.
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How Do I Love You?
by Leslie Kimmelman Illustrated by Lisa McCue
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Dear Bunny
by Michaela Morgan Illustrated by Caroline Jayne Church
The cutest couple of star-crossed rabbits craft the ultimate love letter with a little help from a family of mice in this charming story.
Tino and Teeny are two lovestruck bunnies living a mere hop, skip, and jump apart. If only they could overcome their shyness and be friends!
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Clifford's First Valentine's Day
by Norman Bridwell Illustrated by Norman Bridwell

On his first Valentine's Day with Emily Elizabeth, Clifford is so tiny he fits into her pocket. He also gets into a lot of trouble. First he gets himself covered with paste as Emily Elizabeth works on her valentines, then he falls into a chute at the post office and disappears into a mountain of mail.

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The Biggest Valentine Ever
by Steven Kroll Illustrated by Jeni Bassett

When Mrs. Mousely asks her class to make valentines, Clayton and Desmond decide to make one together and give it to their teacher as a surprise. But things don't go as planned. First Clayton puts too much glitter on the card. Then Desmond puts on too many hearts.

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