Because the creators of wordless books can say so much with no words at all, I decided to use sparse words to express my awe for each of these titles and let their gorgeous covers invite you in.
#1 Sea of Dreams by Dennis Nolan
Adventure over and under the sea . . .
#2 The Conductor by Laetitia Devarney
Swirl, whirl, leaves take flight . . .
#3 Where’s Walrus by Stephen Savage
#5 Beaver is Lost by Elisha Cooper
Beaver travels to a bustling city and back.
Thanks to Adopt a School Funds which purchased #1 and #2 for our classroom wordless (or nearly) collection. Wordless books allow us to practice using picture clues and background knowledge to infer meaning. They are also lovely to share together or to ponder over alone.
The conductor….. 😉 Thats kinda what I do.
It is! A magical element to it 🙂
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