These happy hearts would look perfect in my home year-round.
I love the graphic pop of color that these would add to a room.
This phrase is from one of my kids' favorite books, and it would be so sweet in a nursery.
This happy little guy would be perfect on my kids' bookshelf.
I like the hand-drawn look of this heart fabric. It reminds me of elementary school valentines. It would be pretty in a little girl's room.
The navy and white color palette makes this rug usable year-round. I'd love it for a playroom.
This is a beautiful love story about two people whose matchmaker is a little gray cat. My family and I love this one.
This book brings back memories of that first elementary school crush. It's adorable.
Curious George books are always a hit with my kids.
The artwork in this book is incredible.
This is one of my kids' favorite stories. It has even inspired some art projects for them.
Bunnies, snow, hearts — really, what more can you ask for in a storybook?
Jan Brett and Eve Bunting are a match made in storybook heaven. My family loves this sweet story about two sweetheart bears.
Splat the Cat always makes my kids laugh out loud!
For younger children, Maisy stories are always a good choice.
This series of books by Leslie Patricelli is perfect for babies and toddlers.
I haven't read this one, but it's on my list of books that I'd love to get my hands on.
This is a sweet story about kids making valentines for their neighbors. I love how it teaches kids to give of themselves to others.
This is the perfect expression of friendship. I'd love to give this as a gift.
Cloth books are the perfect first books for babies. This one is beautiful and sweet. You and your baby will enjoy reading it together.Next: A Valentine's Craft Party to Love