Love, Ruby Valentine

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Carolrhoda Books, Aug 1, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Deep in the heart of Heartland live Ruby Valentine and her trusty parrot Lovebird. Ruby's favorite day of the year is Valentine's Day--she loves to say "I love you" and make cards and treats to deliver to everyone in her town. But Ruby is so exhausted that she sleeps right through the holiday. Although Ruby is worried that she'll have to wait a whole year to tell everyone that she loves them, Lovebird convinces her to deliver her treats and messages of love even though they're a day late. To Ruby's surprise, no one minds. In fact, they're thankful for her sweet wishes and kind heart, leaving Ruby with the realization that every day is the best day to say "I love you"!
 

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User Review  - MaryBethLingner - LibraryThing

I really enjoyed the book “Love, Ruby Valentine” for three main reasons. First, I liked it because it was a poetry book. The rhyming of the words gave the book a nice flow and really captivated my ... Read full review

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This book is delightful. The illustration are simple, colorful, and pleasant for any child to look at. The poetry is rhythmic and expressive. My children repeatedly select this book for library checkout--nearly every week. The moral of the book is love has no bounds or scheduled times, it is for everyone, every time.  

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