Wordless (or almost!)
Goodnight Gorilla (by Peggy Rathmann)
At bedtime, the little gorilla cleverly grabs the zookeeper's keys and frees a parade of animals to follow the keeper home to bed. The zookeeper's wife returns them all--or does she?
Hug (by Jez Alborough)
Bobo the chimp needs a hug, but his friends don't understand what he's trying to tell them. As the lonely chimp's plea escalates, his friends grow concerned. Can the elephants lead Bobo to his heart's desire?
Black & White (by Tana Hoban)
This accordion-style book, based on the author's landmark board books, "Black on White" and "White on Black," is a must-have for new babies. It's ideal for developing visual and fine motor skills.
Good Dog, Carl (by Alexandra Day)
The original, bestselling Good Dog, Carl is now a board book. This classic, wordless story will find a new audience in a chunky board format which includes the complete story and the original full-color illustrations. Children follow with delight as Carl leads his infant mistress on a wild adventure--the instant after her mother has left the house.
Baby Animals: Black and White (by Phyllis Limbacher Tildes)
This captivating board book features the striking black and white faces of eight adorable baby animals. Recent research has shown that infants respond more readily to black and white images, making this book an ideal choice for the very young.
Truck (by Donald Crews)
In this wordless picture book, a large, bright red trailer truck packed with tricycles moves through pages of fog, truck stops and crowded highways.