The Mysteries of Harris Burdick by Chris van Allsburg

The Mysteries of Harris Burdick~Chris Van Allsburg.my favorite is the portfolio edition. illustrations with a sentence to start the imagination off down one of a thousand possibilities.

The Three Pigs by David Wiesner. 2002 Caldecott Medal winner. The wordless story of the three pigs from their point of view.

The three pigs , David Wiesner, Caldecott Medal Winner 2002

Flotsam by David Wiesner. 2007 Caldecott Medal Award winner. A wordless story of a young boy at the beach who finds an underwater camera and the secrets it holds

2007 Caldecott Winner: Flotsam by David Wiesner

Press Here

Press Here is an exciting, interactive book for children that excites a wave of colorful motion with every page! From the mind of creative storyteller Hervé Tullet, Press Here is a playful and imaginative new way to read.

Flora and the Flamingo by Molly Idle

Flora & The Flamingo by Molly Idle. 2013 In this innovative wordless picture book with interactive flaps, Flora and her graceful flamingo friend explore the trials and joys of friendship through an elaborate synchronized dance.

Tuesday by David Wiesner. Caldecott Medal Award winner. In this wordless picture book, frogs rise up on their lilypads, float through the air, and explore their neighbors' houses.

Viewing- I think wordless books are a great way to get children to look at a picture and figure out what is being conveyed. This is a great list of wordless books.

A Ball for Daisy by Christopher Raschka. 2012 Caldecott Medal winner. A wordless book about a dog and a beloved ball

"A Ball for Daisy", Chris Raschka a 2012 Caldecott winner

Author Barbara Lehman says about Trainstop: "I lived near a very old train station as a child, and loved the sound of the trains going by.  And when I became a subway rider, I was fascinated by all the strange things you could glimpse while the train sped through the tunnels, as well as by hearing the tales of abandoned stations and trainstops."

Book: Trainstop Author: Barbara Lehman Pages: 32 Age Range: Trainstop by Barbara Lehman is a wordless picture book about a young girl who has a magical experience on what is an otherwise ordinary train ride.

The author Barbara Lehman says: "I used to stare at the maps in school and wish I could look right into a map itself and be able to see the actual places they represented and the people who lived there."

The author Barbara Lehman says: "I used to stare at the maps in school and wish I could look right into a map itself and be able to see the actual places they represented and the people who lived there.

Out of the Blue by Alison Jay

Out of the Blue: An evocative wordless book about the mysteries of the sea from acclaimed illustrator Alison Jay.

Draw! by Raul Colon

by Raúl Colón - Based on his own childhood, beloved and award-winning artist Raúl Colón’s wordless book is about the limitless nature of creativity and imagination.

Pancakes for Breakfast by Tomie dePaola

2005706112 0 0 Book Pancakes for Breakfast Tomie De Paola Wordless Picture Books Build Reading Skills

The Lion & the Mouse by Jerry Pinkney. 2010 Caldecott Medal Winner. A wordless tale of two unlikely friends and how they help one another.

Rebecca Stead’s “When You Reach Me” receives the John Newbery Medal while Jerry Pinkney’s “The Lion and the Mouse” was chosen for the Caldecott prize for picture books.

What happens in the Museum?

You Can't Take a Balloon Into the Metropolitan Museum by Jacqueline Preiss Weitzman - a favorite @ Private Picassos for comic book-inspired lessons

Enchanting images help think about chronology

FICTION:In this story without words, a boy and his dog play inside and outside of their home. Die-cuts throughout lead to surprising reveals.

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