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The Ballad of Valentine
By Alison Jackson & Tricia Tusa
Publisher Dutton Children's Books

"Oh, my darling, oh my darling, oh my darling Valentine...."

Try as he will the love lorn would be suitor of the darling Valentine can't seem to get his message of love to her. He tries all kinds of ways to send her a valentine only to be exhausted in his efforts. In the end all is well, as Valentine comes bearing her own valentine.

After singing your way through the text of this charming book, you'll want to find all the quirky bits of fun in the illustrations. Look for the landscape painting of a rocky hill and observe the ever helpful dog. This is a fun book for kids of all ages.

The Ballad of Valentine

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