February 14, 2018 | jonesw
Did you miss our Love Storytime this week? Don't worry, here's what you missed, plus a few more suggestions for a storytime you can do at home.
A young girl celebrates Valentine's Day by making and hiding paper hearts around the house for her family to discover. Includes directions for making hearts and a brief history of Valentine's Day.
I have a little heart, (place hand over heart)
And it goes thump, thump, thump (pat chest three times)
It keeps right on beating,
When I jump, jump, jump (jump three times)
I get a special feeling, when I look at you. (point to child)
It makes me want to give you a hug or two. (hug yourself)
Little Miss plants a kiss, and her loving gesture grows into something big and wonderful.
Celebrates the loving bond between mothers and babies on split-page, surprise-reveal spreads of kissing parent-child animal pairs, including elephants, tiny mice, and bubbling fish.
We listened to "And Oh I Love You So."
More Stories & Songs
Depicts in rhyming text how love can be many different things, such as eager as a beaver, steady as a yak, or silly as a seal.
Various animals tell how they saw, fed, sang to, tickled, and kissed the new duckling.
Illustrations and rhyming text present some of the different ways dinosaurs can express their love, from cleaning up after making a mess to smiling sweetly instead of roaring.
Every day is Valentine's Day when cuddling up with the family and singing along to this compilation of swoon-worthy tunes by award-winning family artists including the Verve Pipe, Joanie Leeds, and a never-released cut from Caspar Babypants.