The first book in a stunning trilogy, Journey by Aaron Becker, won a most prestigious award—a Caldecott Honor Book in 2014.
Browsing: Wordless Books
In this episode, we have the master of wordless picture books, Caldecott Honor–winning Aaron Becker. He talks about his new book, The Tree and the River.
Logan S. Kline’s exquisitely illustrated, almost wordless picture book, Finding Fire, was released to much acclaim. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look.
Yoko Tanaka has illustrated novels, including The Magician’s Elephant by Kate DiCamillo, and picture books, including Princessland by Emily Jenkins and Sparrow Girl by Sara Pennypacker.
The pleasing sequencing in Penguin Sets Sail will have children readily interpreting the pictures, making connections to the story and the characters. This picture book is an excellent choice for any young storyteller or storytime listener.
John Hare is a freelance illustrator, graphic designer, and space nerd. Field Trip to the Moon is his first picture book for children.
Wordless picture book Here Comes Ingo is a special visual story for mindful parents and inventive young readers to bond over open ended creative experiences.
Odeta Xheka is an artist and author. Most recently, she has published Here Comes Ingo, a picture book invested in open ended creative experiences.
Get to know Little Fox from Stephanie Graegin’s Little Fox in the Forest, a charming story about two friends who follow a young fox deep into the woods and discover a wondrous and magical world.
It’s time to return to the amazing wordless world that began with Caldecott Honoree Aaron Becker’s Journey (2013) and Quest (2014). Return is the finale to the fantastical and adventurous trilogy.