Curl Up With, Give Or Use A Good Book for Valentine’s Day
Celebrate sweetest Saint V-Day, including embracing one’s true self, by including relevant books.
Romantic Valentine’s Day Recipes: Special menus for the one you love, Natalie Oliver
Want to cook something delicious for your love? This book includes romantic, tasty meals for Valentine’s Day. It has menu plans for V-Day breakfast, brunch or lunch, too. Ask about this book locally at Barnes & Noble-Chesterfield Oaks.
Love-Filled Valentine’s Day: The Best Book Guide On How To Celebrate Valentine’s Day With 50 Romantic Ideas For Valentine’s Day, Melissa Rios
Keep in mind that creativity, and not just money, is key to having a wonderful Valentine’s Day, or for that matter, many loving years with the person most dear to one’s heart. This e-book provides 50 romantic tips/ideas on how to have a love-filled Valentine’s Day.
Valentine’s Day Is Cool (Pete the Cat Series), James Dean and Kimberly Dean
Bestselling author/artist James Dean takes readers on an awesome trip with Pete the Cat, who at first thinks Valentine’s Day isn’t cool…until he realizes all the special cats there are in his life. Once Pete realizes how much fun Valentine’s Day can be, he decides to make Valentine cards for family and friends. But what happens when he realizes he’s forgotten to make a card for a very important cat?
2020 St. Louis Datebook, Datebook Publishing, Inc.
This practical daily planner is also a valuable city resource guide that includes city maps, websites, attractions, calendar of events, sports schedules and more details that could be used to plan a series of fantastic dates with loved ones or a special friend.