Wordless Picture Books
Wordless picture books serve as the initial step towards real reading. Their stories are told entirely through a sequence of illustrations. As children follow the pictures, they verbalize the action in their own words, a process that builds vocabulary and comprehension skills. Children may interpret the stories in their own way, and in the process, learn that stories have a beginning, middle, and an ending.
As a band of animals travels to the zoo by train, children can count out the occupants of each car.
Little Amanda unwraps the new carpet that has arrived, only to find herself whisked away on a wild ride.
A little boy and his dog try to catch an uncooperative frog.
A little boy finds himself having an unexpected time-travel adventure when he enters an empty theater.
Carl takes the baby to a masquerade party where there are games, popsicles, and funny animals too!
A bag of chalk left on a playground means adventure to a group of children.
From a house, to a fire truck, to a boat, the blocks in these pictures become whatever you can imagine.
When a little toy clown gets thrown into the garbage he tries to find a new home.
A little mouse is looking for a friend, but always seems to be one step behind.
The story of what happens when a camera becomes a piece of flotsam.
In his dream, a young boy conquers a dragon, explores uncharted lands, and then free-falls into the next day.
The Grey Lady loves strawberries, but so does the Strawberry Snatcher. Watch her escape him in the mysterious forest.
A mother duck leads her brood around the pond as she searches for one missing duckling.
A little boy and his dog have tiny, unexpected visitors one night.
A boy imagines himself inside some of the exhibits when he goes on a field trip to a museum.
A little mouse gets lost on the way to a family picnic.
Santa tries to deliver presents on Christmas Eve, but he is hindered by a dog who will not stop barking.
A lonely boy escapes from farm life to far off places on the back of a winged pony.