When did January fly by, huh? As the first month of 2020 closes, and February opens its doors, we feel the need to find a perfect gift for Valentine’s Day. Maybe a dinner and a movie (I know, cliché, right?) a bit of romance and a book might make your partner feel special.
Also, do this randomly through the year, not the gifting per se, but the dinner and a movie.
Bond with your loved one and get time to just exist together and share the love.
Without further ado – I sound fancy – here’s the list of 6 books you could pack in a heart-shaped box.
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Does your loved one love cats? This is the cutest book you can choose. Speaks about Valentine’s Day and a cat named Splat, who wanted to be the best-looking cat on Valentine’s to show what he can do to a special kitty in his class.
Pete the Cat: Valentine’s Day Is Cool
Whatever is with cats and Valentine’s Day, but I’m up for it!
New York Times bestselling author and artist James Dean takes us on an awesome trip with Pete the Cat as he discovers just how special Valentine’s Day can be!
Pete the Cat doesn’t like Valentines Day until he was shown that it’s a day when people show how much they love others. But what happens when he realizes he’s forgotten to make a card for a very important cat?
I meow you too!
Somebody Loves You, Mr. Hatch
Mr. Hatch gets a mysterious note that says
“Somebody loves you,” the note says.
“Somebody loves me!” Mr. Hatch sings as he dusts his living room.
“Somebody loves me!” Mr. Hatch whistles as he does his errands in town.
“But who,” Mr. Hatch wonders, “could that somebody be?”
Eventually, he’ll figure out who sent it, and be very surprised.
Call Me By Your Name
An Instant Classic and One of the Great Love Stories of Our Time
This is a story of a sudden and powerful romance that blossoms between an adolescent boy and a summer guest at his parents’ cliffside mansion on the Italian Riviera. Each is unprepared for the consequences of their attraction but they verge toward the one thing both fear they may never truly find again: total intimacy.
Daisy Jones and The Six
‘Brace for 2019’s first pop-culture sensation . . . we’re not exaggerating . . . new obsession, incoming’ TELEGRAPH
‘Utterly believable . . . fantastically enjoyable’ THE TIMES
‘Pitch-perfect’ SUNDAY TIMES
‘Reads like an addictive Netflix documentary meets A Star Is Born – despite being utterly fictional. It’s also a call-to-arms that when you find your niche, don’t doubt, embrace it.’ EMERALD STREET
‘The verdict: Daisy Jones steals the limelight… A zeitgeist book for 2019’ STYLIST
‘Well observed, sensitively told . . . a great read.’ WILL GOMPERTZ, BBC
It’s never just about the music…
Need I say more? Danielle Steel!
Happiness can be found in the most unexpected places . . .
Ginny Carter was once a rising star in TV news, married with a young son – until her whole world dissolved on a freeway in a single instant. In the aftermath, she somehow pieces her life back together but struggles to truly find meaning in her life.
Then, on the anniversary of the fateful accident, she meets thirteen-year-old Blue Williams, who has been living on the streets, utterly alone. Ginny reaches out to him and slowly their friendship grows, each becoming the family the other lost.
But just as Blue is truly beginning to trust her, she learns he has been hiding a shocking secret.
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