These children’s books about friendship and love are great for kids. Reading allows kids to process and make sense of topics otherwise hard to understand.
Books are such a fantastic way to discuss topics with kids. Through reading, children are able to really process and make sense of topics that are otherwise difficult to understand and explain.
For young children, making friends and thinking about others’ feelings can be a challenging task. Additionally, really understanding what it means to be a good friend is tough as well. These children’s books about friendship and love are perfect for young kids.
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Children’s Books about Friendship and Love
This board book is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers with flaps and other sensory aspects. Adorably illustrated, Olivia goes on a search for friends, finding many helpful animals along with way, and ultimately finding other owls just like her. This book is a part of Silver Dolphin Books’ Friendship Tales series. See more books in this series here.
More Kids Books on Friendship and Love
How Do Dinosaurs Play with Their Friends
Wherever You Are My Love Will Find You
For elementary aged kids:
Talking about Love and Friendship
Whether you are using these as a discussion on bullying or appreciating each other’s differences, or if you are simply looking for kid’s books for Valentine’s Day, these books about love and friendship will warm your heart. With wonderful illustrations and touching stories, these are all wonderful to read as a family.
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Naomi at Parenting Pod says
Great picks! I love these books and agree that it’s a great way to start a conversation with your child no matter the age. Thanks for sharing!