The Conductor

Laëtitia Devernay’s slim vertical book gives us reason to pause on every page. The conductor climbs atop the trees in this wordless wonder and conducts a symphony of leaves. Strong lines and a palette of greens and yellows emphasize the spare beauty of this magical book.

Read a great article about wordless picture books and how to use them at home and in the classroom.

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