No words are no problem in these delightful illustrated books.
Anno's Counting Book
by Mitsumasa Anno
Beauty is in the details in this simple yet stunning counting book for young and old alike. Challenge your child to notice small changes as a town grows through the seasons. Recommended for kindergarten and up.
by David Wiesner
Find out what happens when an inquisitive boy discovers an old underwater camera at the beach. This Caldecott Medal winner is the latest from wordless picture book guru Wiesner, whose other titles include Sector 7 and Tuesday. Recommended for kindergarten and up.
Good Night, Gorilla
by Peggy Rathmann
What's a gorilla doing in the zookeeper's bed? This popular book wins rave reviews for its funny plot line, conveyed with few words and lots of animal adventures. Recommended for preschoolers.
by Jeannie Baker
What does your child see when she looks out her window? Through use of collage, Baker follows one girl's life, along with the evolution of a neighborhood — as seen through a basic window frame of a home. Recommended for kindergarten and up.
Hugs & Kisses
by Roberta Grobel Intrater
Indulge your child's obsession with her peers with this book in the Baby Faces series that features fun, eye-catching photos of babies. Recommended for infants and toddlers.
Pancakes for Breakfast
by Tomie dePaola
In this classic, originally published in 1978, dePaola depicts a humorous sequence of events involving a food most preschoolers adore: pancakes. Recommended for preschoolers.
Peter Spier's Rain
by Peter Spier
Join a brother and sister for a wet romp through the rain. Detailed illustrations will keep your child coming back for more. Recommended for preschoolers.
by Donald Crews
Bold, no-nonsense illustrations depict a bright red truck as it travels across the country. Recommended for infants and toddlers.
White on Black
by Tana Hoban
The basic black-and-white images in this board book appeals to newborns and infants, making them a great introduction to the world of reading. Recommended for infants and toddlers.
You Can't Take a Balloon Into the Metropolitan Museum
by Jacqueline Preiss Weitzman
When a young girl's balloon makes it into the Met, all sorts of antics ensue. This book provides a healthy dose of art appreciation by integrating museum masterpieces into the storyline. Recommended for kindergarten and up.