Wordless books

Whalen, Lin
May 1994
Emergency Librarian;May/Jun94, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p14
Narrates the author's dislike for wordless books. Feeling of discontent and uncomfortability; Reasons why children and other people like them; History of wordless books; Components of picture books.


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