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In An Unexpected Adventure, a boy finds some exciting scenarios on a trip to the Library. In this book you can make your own words, teachers can use it as a word prompt for students, or it can be a fun exercise for parents and children to make their own words, it’s also very suitable …

 
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I Can Dress Myself is an amusing short wordless book about a child getting herself dressed while Mum is sleeping. This story was brought to us by BookDash, if you enjoyed this story, see more stories from BookDash below.  

 
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Treasure in the Trunk – The story of a  brother and sister who plan to play outside, but first, they must do their chores. By the time they are done, it has started to rain! As they read and watch TV, lightning strikes and the lights go out! Armed with a flashlight, they decide to …

 
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Irku’s First Day Of School follows through all the activities of a day at school and Irku’s excitement at the new experiences. The book is a wordless book for children to create there own words to the pictures.         Sample images from Irku’s First Day of School <End of sample> Read the …

 
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In Where’s That Cat, a wordless book, the inventor’s daughter goes looking for her missing cat. Adventure and humor follow in the resulting hunt. Sample Images from Where’s That Cat Illustrated by Thea Nicole de Klerk Written by Sam Wilson Another great book brought to us by BookDash, ensuring more books in children’s hands. See …

 
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Bow Meow Wow a fun and action packed wordless picture book from Pratham Books.  Perfect for pet lovers, here we see cat and dog chasing each other while ending up covered in paint, but the result might not be better than expected. This is a Level 1 picture book perfect for very young children. The …

 
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A tom cat is trophy hunting to impress his female friend, a hard to please siamese. This short wordless comic will appeal to children, cat lovers, and well just about anyone. Trophy hunting is another amazingly illustrated story By David Revoy Why not try to  make your own story or comic! Dave Revoys amazing comics …

 
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In Toast, a wordless book, a little girl and her family go on a picnic. There’s a kit-tee, or is it, and a bun fight, or should I say toast fight, over a piece of toast. Lots of fun and adventure and colourful illustrations to provide enjoyment for fun readers. The beauty of wordless books …

 
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Mango Lick wordless book, provides 6 colourful illustrations of the main character, a mango, on a journey with a not so nice surprise ending. The book also provides guidance on how to use wordless books with young children. This book would make a great prompt for creative writing exercises in early grades for school or …

 
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This is a wordless book about a birthday party. Wordless stories are wonderful because they contain infinite possibilities. Here are a few ideas for engaging with children using visual stories: – Explore the story in a leisurely manner. Draw attention to the details – the expressions of the characters, setting, colours, etc. The idea is …

 
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