I’m always curious what others are reading in their homeschools. What new books can I find for us to read? I’m constantly on a book hunt!
In case you’re curious what we are reading here at the Hill House for Valentine’s Day, you can take a peek below.
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Fancy Nancy: Heart to Heart – Jane O’Connor
My 4 year old daughter loves all things Fancy Nancy. I can’t wait to surprise her with this new-to-us book: Fancy Nancy: Heart to Heart!
Almost everything about Valentine’s Day is fancy . . . especially with Fancy Nancy!
Mystery is in the air when Nancy receives a valentine from a secret someone. Join Nancy as she follows the clues to find out who it is—all in her trademark fabulous style, of course.
Counting Kisses – Karen Katz
My mom bought Counting Kisses for my littlest one at Christmas, but it’s a great Valentine’s Day read too. It’s a sweet book with a lot of kisses for a sleepy baby!
How many kisses does it take to say goodnight? A fussy baby receives “ten little kisses on teeny tiny toes/nine laughing kisses on busy, wriggly feet/eight squishy kisses on chubby, yummy knees,” and so on down to “one last kiss on your sleepy, dreamy head.”
Each member of the family takes a turn bestowing kisses on the child: mom, dad, grandma, big sister, and even the dog and cat.
Roses are Pink, Your Feet Really Stink – Diane deGroat
Roses are Pink, Your Feet Really Stink will be perfect for my 6 year old boy, who loves all books with the words “stink” in them.He is 6, after all, which seems to be the height of potty humor.
The valentine rhymes in this book are cute, and it has a wonderful message.
When Gilbert writes two not-so-nice valentines to his classmates, his prank quickly turns into pandemonium. But there’s always time for a change of heart on Valentine’s Day.
My Valentine for Jesus – Laurie Lazzaro Knowlton
This is a beautiful board-book style story that is just perfect for my 2 year old daughter. The pictures in My Valentine for Jesus are beautiful and the ending to the story is something even a preschooler can understand.
I can’t wait to read it with her!
This Valentine holiday book for young children will help parents of children ages 2-5 share the meaning of love. The rhyming text and delightful illustrations tell the story of a child’s love for his family—and his special love for Jesus.
What books are reading with your children this Valentine’s?
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