a book consisting chiefly of pictures
a book for meant for younger children (pre-readers or beginning readers)
a book that uses words and pictures to tell a story or explain information
a book where the story is partially told by the illustrations, generally aimed at younger readers
a complex art form that interplays words and illustrations to tell a story
a fiendishly difficult thing to write (let alone illustrate)
a fine choice, but reading a book that will last several weeks or more extends the pleasure and excitement
a great book that simply describes depression in pictures and comment by the author about her own experience
a story told in words and pictures
Primarily aimed at children from preschool to age 8, picture books display pictures or illustrations on every page, telling the story through images that are accompanied with a few lines of text. Most picture books are 24 or 32 pages.
filled with pictures! 32 pages. Some are 48, some in between. A kind of book you'd read to your child. Not a book a child would necessarily read on their own. Usually written for ages 4-8. Example: Cowboy Camp.
A copiously illustrated book, often with very simple, limited text, intended for preschoolers and very young children.
a book in which the illustrations are as important as the text, both contributing to the telling of the story.
A picture book is a popular form of illustrated literature—more precisely, a book with comparatively few words and at least one picture on each of its openings—popularized in the 20th century Western world.
Picture Book was a BBC TV series that first appeared in 1955. It was the Monday programme in the Watch with Mother cycle. It was initially introduced by Patricia Driscoll.
Picture Book is the debut album by blue-eyed soul group Simply Red, released in 1985.