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Preschool Books That Teach The Importance Of Love

Spread the message of unconditional love and care down to your child with these cute books!

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Understanding about unconditional love is extremely important for our youngest members of the family. Learning about love inspires kids to spread it to those around them and avoid toxic relationships.

Even in the classroom, understanding the importance of love, and recognizing that they are cared for is crucial for “fail-tolerance”, i.e. being okay with making mistakes.

So these books are more than just nice stories – they include wise, powerful and encouraging messages for your child to carry with them as they advance beyond preschool.

#1 One Smile by Cindy McKinley

One Smile by Cindy McKinley
One Smile and One Voice are wonderful for children because they show kids how easy it is to give the gift of LOVE through a simple act of kindness… and change the world. In each book, one young child shares his/her love by offering a small act of kindness and sets off a chain of events that travels throughout a community. Preschoolers will love watching the kindness travel and inspire each new person to spread it in a new way, and love how the stories eventually come full circle in a surprise ending.

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#2 Fantastic You by Danielle Dufayet

Fantastic You by Danielle Dufayet
I am suggesting Fantastic You (September 15, 2019 -Magination Press) because it is all about loving yourself -it teaches kids how to show love to themselves so they grow up having a positive and healthy relationship with themselves. Children need to understand how to love themselves so they can know how to love others. Fantastic You shows what treating yourself with love, kindness, patience and forgiveness looks like in a typical day. It is a beautiful and uplifting book about self-love.

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#3 I Want to Be Famous! by Bracha Goetz

I Want to Be Famous! by Bracha Goetz
This is a delightful book about a young boy who yearns to be famous. In the end of this funny book, he figures out how to let the spotlight shine from within. It’s the way to love one’s own uniquely beautiful light and lead a joyful life!

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#4 Songs For Little Love Bugs by Cynthia Butler

Songs For Little Love Bugs by Cynthia Butler
Songs for Little Love Bugs is a collection of original songs for families to share with their young children and a companion book full of watercolor paintings. Each song expresses affection even in ordinary daily activities like getting dressed and taking a nap.

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#5 Today I’m A Monster by Agnes Green

Today I’m A Monster by Agnes Green
This book for preschoolers helps kids to understand that negative feelings come and go. Green allows children to recognize their feelings and be more tolerating towards others’ behavior. It’s never too early to learn about compassion, love, and acceptance, and Today I’m A Monster is a fun, easy read to help kids do just that.

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#6 I Love You Because You’re You by Liza Baker

I Love You Because You're You by Liza Baker
This book is a beautiful tribute to the unwavering love between parent and child. The rhyming text explores how a parent loves their children through the easy times and the rough times, and the adorable illustrations highlight the strong emotions of the pair. The book is soothing, making it a good book for bedtime, and it gives kids the reassurance they need that their parent love them no matter what

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#7 The Runaway Bunny by Margaret Wise Brown

The Runaway Bunny by Margaret Wise Brown
This adorable book is a classic that tells the story of a bunny who wants to runaway from his mother. He describes the various ways he will run away, and she replies how she will find him each time because he is her “little bunny.” The book shows the love between a parent and child, as the mother will do anything to find her baby. The runaway descriptions are cute, such as when his declaration that he’ll turn into a fish and swim away is met with her assurance that she’ll become a fisherman and catch him. Each page is also illustrated with charming pictures of the mother bunny chasing her son.

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Contributors to this article
Cindy McKinley from CindyMcKinley

Danielle Dufayet from Danielle Dufayet Books

Bracha Goetz from Spiritual Books

Cynthia Butler from Canopy

Adina Mahalli from Maple Holistics

Vicki Wilkinson from Babies to Bookworms

Rachel Bodine from AutoInsuranceCompanies

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