Books to Love
February 8th, 2014
Deanna · Staff Recommendations
Express your love for books at West Harrison Library. It is important to encourage children to express this emotion about the people and things they cherish most.
Love provides a foundation for a child’s positive growth and development. An understanding of love helps a child develop meaningful friendships. It also helps them to overcome obstacles in their daily lives. After embracing the concept of love a child will be more likely to appreciate diversity and the unique qualities, personalities, talents and interests that they and others have.
Books featuring the topic of love will help children develop an expression of gratitude for the material and non-material things they hold dear. Love is universal. Love is everywhere. It is definitely in our collection. Take a look and find a book that you and your child will love.
Just some of our books to love are featured below:
The book I Love You More by Laura Duksta tells a short story of a mother who expresses her limitless love for her child.
Love is not limited to people. I Love You Nose! I Love You Toes! tells the story of children expressing their love for the parts and functions of the body.
Dinosaur Kisses by David Ezra Stein is about a dinosaur who witnesses a kiss. He is trying to learn how to do it himself. However, he isn’t doing it quite right!
Bunny Love by Anita Jeram an irresistibly sweet collection of two short stories in one. The first is the story of a mother rabbit who loves her baby rabbit dearly. In the second story her baby acquires some new friends!
I Love My Daddy by Sebastien Braun is a beautiful tale about everything a baby bear loves about his big papa bear.
You cannot talk about love while forgetting our furry friends. I Love Cats by Barney Saltzberg is the tale of what a young girl loves about these furry critters.
We also have hobbies we can’t help but love. For many, one of these hobbies is Arts in Crafts. Hearts and Crafts is a craft book with tons of craft ideas with a Valentine’s Day theme!
There is a ton of children’s books that you can’t help but love at West Harrison Library so come visit and check some out today!