Category: When Words are Not Enough

Wordless Picture Books

[Monday Reading] Launch of September-October Reading Theme: Meta-Reading

Myra here. It’s Monday, What are You Reading is a meme hosted by Jen from Teach Mentor Texts and Kellee and Ricki from Unleashing Readers (new host of Monday reading: Kathryn T at Book Date). Since two of our friends, Linda from Teacher Dance and Tara from A Teaching Life have been joining this meme for quite awhile now, we thought of joining this warm ...

[Monday Reading] In Search Of Something Lost (Or Found) in Yankey’s “Bluebird” and Villeneuve’s “The Red Scarf”

Myra here. It’s Monday, What are You Reading is a meme hosted by Jen from Teach Mentor Texts and Kellee and Ricki from Unleashing Readers (new host of Monday reading: Kathryn T at Book Date). Since two of our friends, Linda from Teacher Dance and Tara from A Teaching Life have been joining this meme for quite awhile now, we thought of joining this ...

[Monday Reading] Favourite PictureBooks from the CYBILS-Eliminated List

Myra here. It’s Monday, What are You Reading is a meme hosted by Jen from Teach Mentor Texts and Kellee and Ricki from Unleashing Readers (new host of Monday reading: Kathryn T at Book Date). Since two of our friends, Linda from Teacher Dance and Tara from A Teaching Life have been joining this meme for quite awhile now, we thought of joining this ...

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[Monday Reading] Of Darkness and Shadows – “The Dark” and “The Shadow”

Myra here. It’s Monday, What are You Reading is a meme hosted by Jen from Teach Mentor Texts and Kellee and Ricki from Unleashing Readers (brainchild of Sheila at BookJourney). Since two of our friends, Linda from Teacher Dance and Tara from A Teaching Life have been joining this meme for quite awhile now, we thought of joining this warm and inviting community. Last Week’s ...

List of Wordless Picture Books: A Gathering Books Recommendation

Rather than join the bandwagon of listing our favorite books published in 2011, we’re taking a different tack and share with you some of our recommended lists based on some of our bimonthly themes this year. We also felt that it would be a great contribution to the Carnival of Children’s Literature which is hosted ...