Many of these
books deal with having a passion, a specific trait, or
loving someone/something. They have been included
to use for lessons suggested in the language arts area.
System by Helen Frost.
A very simple book on the path of the blood.
Guess How Much I
Love You by Sam McBratney.
A father rabbit explains his love to his young rabbit.
Hear Your Heart
by Paul Showers.
This book is a great introduction to the heart. It
includes diagrams, activities and good information.
Heart of a
Tiger by Marsha Diane Arnold.
A small kitten earns the name "Heart of a
Tiger" by being brave.
I Like Me by
A young pig lists all the traits she likes about
I Love You With
All My Heart by Noris Kern.
A young polar bear learns about his mother's unending
I'll Love You
Forever by Robert Munsch.
The story of a mother and the love for her son.
In the Heart by
Ann Warren Turner.
Plays on the term "the heart of the..."
For example, "The heart of the town is my
school." Would lead to an excellent lesson on
brainstorming the "hearts" of different places
The Jewel Heart
by Barbara Helen Berger.
The story of a friendship between a clown and a
ballerina. The clown has a jewel for a heart which
becomes lost. The ballerina then helps rejuvenate
a new heart for the clown.
The Music in
Derrick's Heart by Gwendolyn Battle-Lavert.
A young boy learns to play the harmonica from his uncle.
My Heart by
A nonfiction book about the heart.
My Mama Had a
Dancing Heart by Libba Moore Gray.
A beautiful story about a mother and daughter dancing
their way through the seasons.
True Heart by
This book epitomizes following your heart to fulfill
your dreams. It is the story of young girl in 1893
wanting to become a train engineer.
variety or Valentine books as well!!