Happy Valentine’s Day! What might characters of children’s and YA lit tweet to their valentines? We’ve got some ideas! See if you can guess who’s tweeting to whom — and feel free to add your own sweet kidlit tweets in the comments.
@ALAYMA17: Who needs February? @March is where it’s at.
@Icky: @Ooky iz unk scrivadelly Valentine!
@Yelfred: @Omek Best frints forever
@kid: @cat I don’t care how they all see you. You’re adorable in my eyes.
@Charlotte: @AndyWhite You’re some terrific, radiant, humble Valentine
@Xan: @Luna Forget the stars, I’ll give you the moon
@Inquisitor: No question, @3Kids&aDog, you illuminate my life like a dragon fart
@FaithSunderly: @LiarLiar You’re so inTREEguing
@JStep: @JeanMichel You’re radiant, child
@FrederickDouglassElementary: @Janitor Black people are magic
@FrederickDouglassElementary: @RealDonaldTrump Here’s who I’m named after
@Tortoise1: @Tortoise2 The hat DOES look good on you!
@Daniel: @Natasha NOW do you believe in fate?
@UnclePaul: @MrMcLeod You’re the Best Man for me
@MildredL: @RLoving, I’d take on the whole world for us to be together
@Nora: @Pablo, I ♫burn, baby, burn♫ for you
Read character-to-character love notes from previous years. For more Valentine’s Day–related fun, see
- Build a Boyfriend
- Most popular boys’ names, 2025?
- From The Guide: Paranormal Romance
- What Makes a Good YA Love Story?
- YA love stories for Valentine’s Day
- Love among the ruins: romance in YA fiction
- Recommended love stories
- Share the love: picture books for Valentine’s Day
- Sweet nonfiction recommendations from Lolly’s Classroom