Lilly's Chocolate Heart

Lilly s Chocolate Heart Lilly loves her chocolate heart Will she save it Forever and ever What do you think

  • Title: Lilly's Chocolate Heart
  • Author: Kevin Henkes
  • ISBN: 9780060560669
  • Page: 283
  • Format: Board Book
  • Lilly loves her chocolate heart.Will she save it Forever and ever What do you think

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      Published :2019-02-01T21:04:59+00:00

    About "Kevin Henkes"

    1. Kevin Henkes

      Kevin Henkes became an author illustrator when he was nineteen years old, working on a card table in his bedroom.Today he s the author of many award winning picture books and novels.

    489 thoughts on “Lilly's Chocolate Heart”

    1. My just-about-to-turn-six year old little girl (and fellow chocaholic) adores this book. We've read it so many times together that she knows each page by heart.Lilly is a cute little mouse who decides to save her last Valentine's Day chocolate heart. But where shall she put it? Where will it remain safe and clean? She searches throughout her home but nothing will do. It's far too dusty under the bed, the picture frames are too narrow (the heart will surely fall off & get lost!), the bookshel [...]



    2. Vivacious Lily has one chocolate heart left and tries to find a safe place to keep it until she finally decides it would be best in her stomach. Simple and cute, a good book for toddlers but not enough for preschoolers.


    3. This was actually a very cute story! I was afraid that it being a Lilly story, it would be long, but it isn't at all. It would be a cute read aloud one on one to see if the child can guess what Lilly will do with her chocolate heart.


    4. Chocolate is the one thing that I absolutely loved about Kevin Henkes's Lilly's Chocolate Heart. Chocolate lovers can wholly relate to Lilly's attempts at saving her last Valentine's Day chocolate for later. Lilly, as many others, worries whether her chocolate is safe from choco-predators and dirt alike. Young readers can relate to Lilly's endearing love for chocolate and sweets, while older readers will enjoy Lilly's cute attempts at desperately saving her chocolate. This entertaining story is [...]


    5. This story is about a mouse, Lilly, that has one red chocolate heart left at the end of Valentine’s Day. She ponders what to do with the chocolate heart but eventually decides to eat it. This book contains illustrations that open the readers mind to imagination. The reader is given the opportunity to use their imagination in correlating the mouse with a person and the task at hand. This book has a cheerful demeanor that invites the children to identify with the circumstance at hand. The book e [...]


    6. A perfect book for a Valentine toddler program. (Lilly is always adorable.) 2/8/12Too long for my Lap Time this year. Now it is mostly babes in arms. Next year if I still have all babies I will switch it out for All Kinds of Kisses. 2/13/13Had some older toddlers and this worked okay for Lap Time. All Kinds of Kisses didn't arrive until after the program.Used for Lap Time and went over okay.


    7. Eh I thought this book was okay. I enjoyed that she was trying to find the perfect spot for the chocolate, and I would have chosen the same spot in the end. :-) I also think it is an interesting way to explain how something may not fit because the place is "too dusty too messy too warm etc." However, this story really didn't catch or even keep my attention for too long let alone my younger children. Even though it really speaks to me (chocolate wise) I wouldn't add this book to our collection pe [...]


    8. This is a cute series by Kevin Henkes; for several holidays, there is a book based around an appropriate treat. This one is about a chocolate heart and it clearly states its about Valentine's Day. What is fun about the stories is that even though they each feature the treat, they are not cookie cutter. Each one has a unique story with developed characters from Henkes picture books. Lilly is in a few books by Henkes, but Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse and Julius Baby of the World are the ones we've [...]


    9. This was an adorable "Lilly" book. It's nearly bedtime on Valentine's Day and she has one chocolate heart left and she wants to save it forever. So she looks for the perfect place for it but can't figure out 'where' until she feels her tummy is perfect My 4 year old granddaughter and I both enjoyed this as I read it to her. She even took it after and 'read' it.


    10. Lilly searches high and low to find the very best place to put her last Chocolate Heart. It seems to take forever but she does finally find the very best spot!Will your little one be able to figure where Lilly put her chocolate heart?


    11. This is a really cute, and short board book that's great for leading into Valentine's Day. She's trying to find where to put her chocolate to keep it safeHer solution is my favorite solution too :)



    12. I would give one and a half stars to Lilly's Chocolate Heart. The simple humor of Kevin Henkes sparkles very nicely in the creation of this tiny booklet that would be perfect for a toddler (or even one older than a toddler!) on Valentine's Day! :-)


    13. Henkes is always brilliant. In this book, Lilly is trying to find a place for her chocolate heart. She ends up eating it. Kinda silly, kinda cute, good for babies and toddlers read-aloud. Children loved its silliness hands-down!


    14. Cute board book, with the same character, Lilly, from the book, "Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse." Fun illustrations and a storyline similar to "Squirrel is Hungry" by Satoshi Kitamura.








    15. This is a book that children will really like. I thought that it was an okay book. It wasn't my favorite. The illustrations were nice, but the story didn't grab my attention.





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