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Friday, December 14, 2012

Wordless Picture Books

Have you ever read a book that didn't have any words? We have many wordless picture books in our collection. I find that they provide a great outlet for telling a reader's own story. Anyone can "read" a wordless picture book! Check out some titles from our own collection!

Wordless Picture Books

  • JE AND The Treasure Bath
    By: Dan Andreasen
    A wordless picture book in which a young boy explores a creature-filled world beneath the bubbles in his bathtub and finds a surprising treasure.
  • JE DES Hocus Pocus
    By: Sylvie Desrosiers
    A mischievous little rabbit from a magician's hat sets his eye on a bunch of fresh carrots on the magician's kitchen counter, but before he can enjoy them he must get past a grumpy dog that is intent on keeping the clever little rabbit away.
  • JE FRA Un-brella
    By: Scott E. Franson
    In this wordless book, a little girl uses her magic umbrella to give her the weather she wants, regardless of what the conditions really are outside.
  • JE RAS A Ball for Daisy
    By: Chris Raschka
    A wordless picture book showing the fun a dog has with her ball, and what happens when it is lost.
  • JE THO Chalk
    By: Bill Thomson
    A wordless picture book about three children who go to a park on a rainy day, find some chalk, and draw pictures that come to life.
  • JE YUM Last Night
    By: Hyewon Yum
    Sent to her room for refusing to eat her dinner, a little girl soon falls asleep and together with her bear friend begins a fantastic voyage deep into the forest where they dance and play all night.

The above descriptions are provided by the online catalog, WorldCat

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