Wordless and almost wordless picture books are a fun way to get your child talking and improve their narrative skills. In Moo! by David LaRochelle, the word “moo” is one of the only words in the book. The pictures make the story. Read this book and have your child interpret what is happening based on the pictures and your expressions of the word “moo.” For more books like this, do a keyword search for “stories without words” in the Library catalog.
–Tip by Carol C., Elementary School Liaison