Sweet Hearts

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Holiday House, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 28 pages
6 Reviews
One heart on the bathroom mirror, One heart in a shoe, One heart by my mommy's mug, To tell her "I love you!" Follow a little panda as he hides hearts all over his house to surprise his family. He slips one into his mommy's sleeve; he places one near the baby's plate. No one is forgotten--not even Spot the dog! There's lots of love to go around in this cheery and buoyant celebration of Valentine's Day.

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User Review  - Aprils - Goodreads

I enjoyed the rhymes in this book. The papercut illustrations were colorful and fun. This book would work well for preschoolers, because there's only a small amount of text on each page. Read full review

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User Review  - Amanda - Goodreads

Valentine's Day book. Good for very early readers or as a read aloud in a preschool setting. Simplistic, bright pictures with a straightforward story line. Read full review

About the author (2003)

Jan Carr has written many books for toddlers, including three in collaboration with Dorothy Donohue--Frozen Noses; Splish, Splash, Spring; and Dappled Apples. A former Head Start teacher, Jan Carr lives in New York City with her family.

Dorothy Donohue grew up making paper Valentines for her friends and family and returned to paper cutouts while working on her first book. She lives in Colorado with her husband and their dogs.

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