Wordless and Almost Wordless Picture Books
Wordless picture books are a wonderful way to introduce all young children to concepts they will later apply when learning to read. Adults—parents and others—and children can look at these books together and make up their own words to go along with the illustrations. Here are a few examples of popular wordless picture books.
Putnam Publishing Group,1997
Simon and Schuster, 1987
Early Morning in the Barn
Good Night Gorilla
Have You Seen My Duckling?
William Morrow, 1991
I Went Walking
Let’s Go Visiting
Penguin Putnam, 1998
Simon and Schuster, 1983
The Snowman Raymond Briggs;
Random House, 1987
Two Bear Cubs
Houghton Mifflin, 1990
Zoom Istvan Banyai;
Viking Penguin, 1998
Reprinted with the permission of Reading is Fundamental, Inc. ©2007 Reading Is Fundamental, Inc.
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