Reviews and Blog Posts: Wordless Picture Books

Teléfono descompuesto

by Ilan Brenman, Renato Moriconi

DPL Rating:
5

This picture book is fun, simple and big! In essence, it shows the game of "telephone" in which one person tells someone something and then it's passed on until the last person gets the usually-garbled message. In Teléfono descompuesto, there's one character per page, one character telling the message and...

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No!

by David McPhail

DPL Rating:
0

This wordless picture book illustrates the atrocities of war in a way that younger children can understand, but it may be upsetting for some young ones. It also shows how people can turn evil around with kindness and ends on a hopeful note. Because this is a wordless story, it's...

Trainstop

by Barbara Lehman

DPL Rating:
0

When a little girl boards a subway car, she enjoys looking out the window. As the train goes faster, the landscape outside changes until the girl sees a land of miniature people. She gets off the train and goes to play with them. Was this just a dream or did...

Rainstorm

by Barbara Lehman

DPL Rating:
0

Rainstorm is a wordless picture book that tells the story of a boy who has to entertain himself in a big, old house during a rainstorm. He finds a key that opens a trunk that mysteriously leads to an island in another world where there are children to play with...

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