Here are our top 10 most heart-warming picks for Valentine's:
Latvian comics press kuš komiksi has compiled a wonderful little pocket-sized collection of love-themed comics, appropriately titled Sweet Romance!
When it comes to wooing, you can hardly go amiss with poetry. Pablo Neruda's Love Poems is published in dual-language format, so you can read aloud to your sweetheart in Spanish or English!
Of course, not all love need be romantic. Yumi Sakugawa's ode to platonic love is a good reminder that friend love is one the very best kinds of love. Why not confess your friend love to a pal this Valentine's day? Guaranteed less scary than confessing a romantic crush!
If you're feeling like revisiting a classic, this collection of three short stories about love by the master of the form, Anton Chekhov, is a solid bet. Bonus: the striking cover design by Seth!
Liz Prince's funny and self-deprecating collection of comics about singledom is immanently relatable to anyone who has experienced the joys (and occasional horrors) of flying solo. Featuring lots of cats, cute boys, and punk rock.
For creative Valentines, a gift of stationery makes a thoughtful and romantic gesture. (Florals and seasonal colour palette entirely optional!)
Lastly, a card is a very sweet way to remind your friends and lovers that you think they're amazing. We have a zillion adorable cards to choose from, and nary a cheesy one to be found!