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JE BANTHE OTHER SIDE
A wordless picture book that shows a series of familiar scenes through many twists in point of view, such as a boy looking down out of a jet's window and another boy on the ground looking up at the same jet.
Istvan Banyai
JE FALTHE ADVENTURES OF POLO
Polo the dog sets out from his home and enjoys many adventures, including sailing his boat on top of a whale, roasting hot dogs over a volcano, and taking a ride in a spaceship built from a mushroom.
Regis Faller
JE FRABEE & BIRD
In this wordless picture book, a bumblebee and a bird embark on a travel adventure.
Craig Frazier
JE LEEWAVE
A wordless picture book that shows a little girl's first experiences at the beach, as she goes from being afraid of the roaring waves to playing on the shore while gulls soar overhead.
Suzy Lee
JE LEHRAINSTORM
In this wordless picture book, a boy finds a mysterious key which leads him on an adventure one rainy day.
Barbara Lehman
JE LEHTHE RED BOOK
In detailed illustrations, a young girl crosses oceans and continents to meet a new friend, in a wordless book-within-a-book story.
Barbara Lehman
JE LEHMUSEUM TRIP
In this wordless picture book, a boy imagines himself inside some of the exhibits when he goes on a field trip to a museum.
Barbara Lehman
JE NEWBOW-WOW BUGS A BUG
A wordless picture book about a persistent terrier who spends a day following a bug through his neighborhood.
Mark Newgarden & Megan Montague Cash
JE NOLSEA OF DREAMS
A wordless picture book featuring a sandcastle that is surprisingly full of life.
Dennis Nolan
JE PINTHE LION & THE MOUSE
In this wordless retelling of an Aesop fable, an adventuresome mouse proves that even small creatures are capable of great deeds when he rescues the King of the Jungle.
Jerry Pinkney
JE RAS A BALL FOR DAISY
Daisy the dog is heartbroken when her favorite toy ball is destroyed while she is playing with another dog, but she realizes she has gained something, too.
Chris Raschka
JE RODTHE CHICKEN THIEF
A fox steals a chicken. Why would the fox do this and not eat the bird?
Beatrice Rodriguez
JE ROGTHE BOY, THE BEAR, THE BARON, THE BARD
A boy playing among the warehouses of London kicks a soccer ball into an abandoned theater. There he finds an enchanted cape that transports him back in time right onto the stage of one of William Shakespeare's plays!
Gregory Rogers
JE ROHMY FRIEND RABBIT
Something always seems to go wrong when Rabbit is around, but Mouse lets him play with his toy plane anyway because he is his good friend.
Eric Rohmann
JE ROHTIME FLIES
A wordless tale in which a bird flying around the dinosaur exhibit in a natural history museum has an unsettling experience when the dinosaur seems to come alive and view the bird as a potential meal.
Eric Rohmann
JE SAVWHERE'S WALRUS?
Follows Walrus on a journey through the city, as he tries on different hats to disguise himself from the chasing zookeeper.
Stephen Savage
JE THOCHALK
A wordless picture book about three children who go to a park on a rainy day, find some chalk, and draw pictures that come to life.
Bill Thomson
JE VAR CHICKEN AND CAT
When Cat feels sad about living in the hustle and bustle of the city, Chicken finds colorful ways to make Cat feel better.
Sara Varon
JE VILTHE RED SCARF
When a man wearing a black cape and a tall, black hat leaves a red scarf in his cab, Turpin, the taxi driver, runs after the man and follows him into a circus tent where a performance is about to begin.
Anne Villeneuve
JE WIEFLOTSAM
The story of what happens when a camera becomes a piece of flotsam.
David Wiesner
JE STABLUEBIRD
A wordless picture book about the inspiring friendship that develops between a bluebird and a young boy.
Bob Staake
JE PETTHE BOY AND THE AIRPLANEMark Pett
JE IDLFLORA AND THE FLAMINGO
In this wordless book with interactive flaps, a friendship develops between a girl named Flora and a graceful flamingo, as they learn to dance together.
Molly Idle
JE RUNOWLY & WORMY, FRIENDS ALL AFLUTTER
Good friends Owly and Wormy are disappointed when their new plant attracts fat, green, bug-like things, instead of butterflies, until a metamorphosis occurs.
Andy Runton