2 edition of Books without words. found in the catalog.
Books without words.
|Series||CLPE bibliographies -- no.3|
|Contributions||Centre for Language in Primary Education.|
|The Physical Object|
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No other words. The actual story is told in the pictures. A book like Harold and the Purple Crayon COULD have been wordless, but it isn't. According to the Renaissance Learning website, which gives word counts for books for which it makes quizzes, Harold has words.
Clearly not wordless. And now we've got Jumanji on the list, which has words. A wordless book is a book that tells a story purely through the illustrations. Wordless picture books are valuable tools for literacy development as they engage children, regardless of reading level, in prediction, critical thinking.
Without strictly determining the meaning her readers will take from the book, Rand makes it essential for uninitiated readers of pictures to be accompanied in the reading process, acknowledging that the sharing of books is a key ingredient in what makes them sources of learning and pleasure.
Wordless Picture Books. A book with no words. That almost sounds like a contradiction in terms. However, wordless picture books can be a very enjoyable and beneficial addition to your child's bookshelf, whatever your child's age.
I magine writing a 50,word novel without using the letter 'e'. That might seem a rather pointless challenge but you can read just such a book - Gadsby by Ernest Vincent Wright, a self-published story from Gadsby's text is a lipogram - a form of writing where a letter, or even a number of letters if you are so inclined, are omitted.
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Picture books without words draw the "reader" into a silent universe that is interpreted internally. To "read" a wordless picture book out loud requires that the "reader," using visual cues from the the author/illustrator, create a narrative that will draw the listeners into the story and guide them through it externally.
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