Wordless picture books are great to share with kids. Start a conversation about what you see on the page, and tell your own story!
Whimsical watercolor illustrations tell the story of an alien who visits Earth and befriends a young child.
Detailed black,white, and yellow drawings guide readers through a playful take on Little Red Riding Hood.
Adorable digital illustrations tell the amusing story of a young toddler who uses her stuffed bunny to perform a number of daring act.
Ethereal pencil and watercolor illustrations depict a story of a stray dog who befriends a woman. Will this pup find their forever home?
Vivid watercolor illustrations take readers through the history of an “island”, a large green turtle, that hosts a variety of living beings on its back.
Mixed media (collage, drawing, digital montage) presents the journey of a maple key as it twirls across the city. Solid nature content is interwoven with human narratives in this fresh new take on natural life cycles and the larger circle of life.
Playfully patterned illustrations take readers through a wordless story about monsters who are playing within the “lines”. Separated on two sides by a line in the sand, monsters fly kites, toss balls, and build sandcastles. A monster from each side becomes curious about the other. Will they cross the line that divides them?
Ink and watercolor drawings tell the story of three siblings' day at the beach. Watch as they get creative and work together to make a dazzling sandcastle.
Follow a young child and her cat through an imaginative journey into another world. The story is told through collage style illustrations by award winning illustrator Christian Robinson.
Bold and colorful illustrations tell the story of a Diné girl as she helps her grandmother retrieve a flock of sheep. The girl’s magical scarf transforms into a variety of tools such as a parachute, tent, slingshot, whatever she needs to aid her in her journey. This book is wonderful for readers who are new to wordless books as it offers symbols that indicate “character”, “setting” and “transition” throughout the story.