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June 1, 2016

Valentine’s Day Reads

It’s pink, it’s red, it’s sweet, it’s overflowing with mushy goodness, it’s…Valentine’s Day, folks! And it’s yet another reason to learn to *love* to read (get it?).

Here are some of our favorite Valentine’s Day reads from our February Catalogs. We’d love to know yours!

How Do Dinosaurs Say I Love You?

With a message of unconditional love, this is the perfect book for Valentine’s Day, bedtime, or whenever a child needs a virtual book-hug.

Clifford Big Red Reader™: Valentine Surprise

Charley thinks that Valentine’s Day is just too mushy, so it’s up to Elizabeth and Clifford to convince him about the importance of the day for friends and family as well.

Clementine, Friend of the Week

It’s Clementine’s turn to be class “Friend of the Week”—and it’s a BIG deal. The best week of her life starts to look like the worst.  Clementine helps teach kids how to be a good friend, and also keeps them laughing!

The Loser List

When Danny finds out he’s on the infamous Loser List in the girls’ bathroom, his first mission is to erase it! How does Danny do it? The Loser List is not the most romantic of tales, but one that showcases how we all just want to be liked.  (Did we mention that fans of Diary of a Wimpy Kid will love this book?)

 

The Valentine’s Day Disaster

When Maddy’s soccer league fundraiser is canceled, Maddy wants to boycott the dance. But everyone else wants to go, including her BFF! How can Maddy save the fundraiser and her friendship?

Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone!

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