Artsy Shelf – 37 – With a lot of Heart

♥ Happy Valentine’s Day lovely readers! 

This specific holiday tends to bring either the love or the exasperated sighs, I know. But I love celebrations – and this one brings lots of lovely memories from my childhood!

My mom always made it as a celebration that included not only significant others, but also family and friends. So, that’s a little of what I want to do here today; but instead of offering you valentines, I am offering you book covers with a lot of heart!  ♥

I believe they are mostly, if not all, 2012 releases. I know without a doubt that Unbreak my Heart and The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight are my favorites – with a special mention for Shooting Stars because, camera!

I love the glasses on Between You & Me, though! I have always wanted glasses like these, but the only ones I ever find are kids ones.

Do you have favorites among these, or are you just not into heart covers?

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7 responses to “Artsy Shelf – 37 – With a lot of Heart”

  1. cessie says :

    How sweet that your mum made it into a celebration like that! I don’t even think it was known at all in our country in my childhood. I do remember I sent out cards and received them as well in my teenager years though. We did that among girlfriends as well 😉
    A happy Valentine’s Day to you!

  2. Kailana says :

    Happy Valentine’s Day!

  3. Meg says :

    Happy Valentine’s Day, Kay! These covers are so sweet — I especially love Unbreak My Heart and Being Friends With Boys. Lovely!

  4. BermudaOnion says :

    Unbreak My Heart is my favorite. I love it!

  5. zibilee says :

    I love these covers, and think you did a great job of finding so many that were similar for this post! I love the cover for Being Friends with Boys. Great post today!

  6. Juju @ Tales of Whimsy.com says :

    All cute. Especially the sail and coffee.

    Happy Valentine’s Day 🙂

    I ❤ Goodnight Tweetheart (http://www.talesofwhimsy.com/2011/11/book-review-author-interview-goodnight.html)

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