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Fantastic Picture Books with No Words

Books with few or no words are excellent for developing literacy skills. Talk with your child about what is happening in the pictures, try to predict what will happen next, see if your child can tell make up a story to go with the pictures.

18 items

A ball for Daisy

by Chris Raschka. -- |

Beaver is lost

Elisha Cooper. |

Frog goes to dinner

by Mercer Mayer. |

Rainstorm

Barbara Lehman. |

Where is the cake?

T.T. Khing. |

Wonder bear

by Tao Nyeu. -- |

Mirror

Suzy Lee. -- |

Shadow

Suzy Lee. -- |

Museum trip

by Barbara Lehman. |

Where's Walrus

by Stephen Savage. -- |

Flotsam

David Wiesner. -- |

The chicken thief

Bâeatrice Rodriguez. -- |

Chalk

by Bill Thomson. -- |

Wave

Suzy Lee. -- |

Leaf

ideas, sound effects, and pictures by Stephen Michael King. |

The bored book

David Michael Slater ; illustrations by Doug Keith. -- |

Zoom

Istvan Banyai. |

You can't take a balloon into the National Gallery

story by Jacqueline Preiss Weitzman ; pictures by Robin Preiss Glasser. |