Summer Reading starts today! Make sure to bring your kids in and get them signed up. Kids who sign up for Summer Reading receive reading records, and the reading records ask that kids try some suggested activities.This year, one of the suggested activities is to “read” a wordless book. These books are typically filled with beautiful, expressive illustrations, and they can help advance a child’s creativity and storytelling capabilities. Here’s a list of some of my favorite wordless books for kids.
Flora and the Peacocks by Molly Idle
Owly by Andy Runton
Where’s Walrus? And Penguin? By Stephen Savage
The Only Child by Guojing
Robot Dreams by Sara Varon
Float by Daniel Miyares
Out of the Blue by Alison Jay
Quest by Aaron Becker
Unspoken:a Story from the Underground Railroad by Henry Cole
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