Happy Valentine’s Day, readers!
Roses are red, 
Violets are blue,
Have I got a great Valentine’s book for you!


Well, I’ve got a few actually! Here is a sweet assortment of lovey-dovey books for you and your Valentine! 


Andy’s Auntie Elsie is always happy to see him — but Andy is not always so happy to see her. Every time Auntie Elsie comes to visit, she gives Andy two big, sloppy kisses. Kiss! Kiss! on the left cheek. Kiss! Kiss! on the right cheek. Yuck! Yuck! Andy says to himself. He tries to hide from her squishy hugs and sloppy kisses, but Auntie Elsie always finds a way to swoop in and grab him! Finally, he decides to hide under the house where Auntie Elsie wouldn’t dare to look.


Every morning, Mr. Bowman, the mailman, wakes up very early to deliver the mail with his dog, Larabee, who loves to carry the mailbag and ride along in the truck. Together, they make sure everyone gets their mail on time. Larabee loves delivering the mail, but nobody has ever written a letter for him! Will Larabee ever get any mail?


Following a blustery night, Angela Bowling finds a baby bird blown out of his nest. After wrapping him up carefully in her scarf and taking him home, she names him Augustus and he quickly becomes more to her than just a bird to be looked after: He’s her little Loveykins!


Martina the beautiful cockroach doesn’t know coffee beans about love and marriage. That’s where her Cuban family comes in. While some of the Cucarachas offer her gifts to make her more attractive, only Abuela, her grandmother, gives her something really useful: un consejo increible, some shocking advice. At first, Martina is skeptical of her Abuela’s unorthodox suggestion, but when suitor after suitor fails the Coffee Test, she wonders if she’ll ever find true love.*Also available in audio!


Based on almost 200 previously unpublished letters and extensive interviews with their closest associates, Walker’s biography of Margaret Mitchell and her husband, John Marsh, offers a new look into a devoted marriage and fascinating partnership that ultimately created a Pulitzer Prize–winning novel. This edition of Walker’s biography celebrates the seventy-fifth anniversary of the publication of Gone With the Wind in 1936.

Happy Valentine’s Day everyone!