Picture books with no words, or just a few, are recognized by educators as often helpful for young children developing reading and listening skills, especially when sharing the stories with adults, according to national literacy initiatives like Reading Rockets. Wordless picture books also have adult fans.
Picture books without words or a few in the Cobb County Public Library System’s Juvenile Collection include:
The girl and the bicycle by Mark Pett
The lion & the mouse by Jerry Pinkney
The lion and the mouse by Jenny Broom
Chicken and Cat clean up by Sara Varon
Bow-Wow bugs a bug by Mark Newgarden
Chalk by Bill Thomson
Un-brella by Scott E. Franson,
The last laugh by Jose Aruego
Museum trip by Barbara Lehman
More by I.C. Springman
Jack wants a snack by Pat Schories
You can browse Cobb library’s catalog for some of the picture books without words for children by clicking here.