Answered By: Matthew Laudicina
Last Updated: Jun 11, 2018     Views: 71

On the main library webpage, click Advanced Search, and from here you can refine your search by keywords, subjects, title, author, and collections. For this search, type "without words" in the search field (make sure to use quotations), then from the drop down menu limit the search to Juvenile Collection in the More Collections field and press search. You will receive results, and then can refine the search again to specifics of your assignment/research.

There is also a Library of Congress Subject Heading that will help you find children books without words. If you do a "subject begins with" search in our library catalog and type "stories without words" you will find even more wordless children books in our library.

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