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.
A little boy and his dog try to catch an uncooperative frog.
The old lady gives everything to save the Nativity and collapses in the snow — only to be saved by a miracle.
Little Amanda unwraps the new carpet that has arrived, only to find herself whisked away on a wild ride.
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.