Biscuit's Valentine's Day

Biscuit's Valentine's Day


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Valentine's Day is the perfect time to celebrate the people you love. Join Biscuit and his buddies on this lift-the-flap adventure full of heartwarming Valentine surprises!

It's Valentine's Day and Biscuit and the little girl have a lot of special deliveries to make. But when Biscuit smells a treat that silly puppy just can't seem to help himself. How will the little girl show Biscuit how much she loves him? Pull back the big flaps in this heartwarming story to find out!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780694012220
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 12/17/2019
Series: Biscuit Series
Pages: 20
Sales rank: 9,762
Product dimensions: 8.75(w) x 8.25(h) x (d)
Lexile: 390L (what's this?)
Age Range: 2 - 5 Years

About the Author

Alyssa Satin Capucilli is the author of the first story about Tulip and Rex, Tulip Loves Rex, as well as the bestselling Biscuit books and many other beloved children's books. She lives in a book-filled home in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York.

Pat Schories's engaging illustrations of the puppy Biscuit are modeled on her own dog. In addition to having illustrated all the Biscuit books, she is also the artist and author of He's Your Dog and Mouse Around. Ms. Schories lives in Cold Spring, NY.

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Biscuit's Valentine's Day 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read this book to my granddaughter's kindergarten class and they were very attentive because I think they liked the story line. It helped, I think, that they were familiar with other "Biscuit" books. It was very age appropriate.
t1bclasslibrary on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
The little girl and Biscuit make and deliver valentines together, and of course, all sorts of typical Biscuit things happen. Every time we lift the flap, the little girl has another reason to call Biscuit a "silly puppy." In the end, Biscuit and the little girl each get valentines, and the little girl gives Biscuit one, too.
nmhale on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Another Biscuit story, this one centered on the Valentine holiday. The story is all about making and delivering Valentines - very simple, but young readers will appreciate that. Anyway, the focus is mainly on the illustrations. Biscuit and his other animal friends are adorable, and his owner is a cute little girl. The last fold out page has a huge heart spread across both flaps, which catches the eye and is a great message to read to your children. My little girl enjoys having Biscuit stories read to her, and this makes me like them. I understand why they are a staple in the world of children's literature. Not fantastic stories, but perfectly suited to toddlers.
joyjamaica More than 1 year ago
My 5 year old Granddaughter can read this and all the Bisquit books over and over. She just loves them!
FeatheredQuillBookReviews More than 1 year ago
Biscuit is a sweet, adorable puppy who can't wait for Valentine's Day. Along with "the little girl," Biscuit is making Valentine's Day cards to be delivered to all their friends and family. Who will they deliver their cards too? Biscuit and the little girl deliver several cards to animal friends as well as the girl's grandparents. Once all the cards are delievered and Biscuit and the little girl arrive home, they are thrilled to discover some cards waiting for them. Biscuit's Valentine's Day is a very simple, and very short, story. Each right-hand page flips open to reveal who is hiding behind a door, window, etc. Aimed at the preschooler, there is not much text (or plot) so the book can be read quickly. I suspect most children will be more interested in opening the flaps than paying attention to the story. The child in the Biscuit series of books is never given a name and this makes the story a bit impersonal and the adventure within its pages appear a tad distant. The illustrations, however, are delightful and are the main draw with this book. Biscuit looks quite huggable, particularly with the pink ribbon that he likes to carry in his mouth. Quill says: With the sparse text and charming drawings, this book may appeal to the very young reader.