Favorite Books With No Words

Last year I published a children's book with no pictures. Sometimes kids ask if I would ever write one without words. Well, I'm not an artist; but these are my favorite children's books with only pictures. Add yours if you know one you love.
  1. The Snowman by Raymond Briggs
    Makes me cry
  2. Wave by Suzy Lee
    Makes me cry
  3. Mirror by Suzy Lee
    Beautiful and clever
  4. The Red Book by Barbara Lehman
  5. The Red Balloon
    Surprised this wasn't mentioned already
    Suggested by   @dudleyjoshua
  6. Good Dog, Carl by Alexandra Day
    Suggested by   @minirachel
  7. THE ARRIVAL by Shaun Tan
    Suggested by   @jenny
  8. Pancakes for Breakfast by Tomie DePaola. @timothy will back me up on this.
    Suggested by   @Lacy
  9. Yellow Umbrella by Jae Soo Liu
    Suggested by   @shantaroo
  10. Tuesday by David Wiesner
    Suggested by   @ErinEdwards
  11. Sector 7 by David Wiesner
    Won a Caldecott Honor the year it was published.
    Suggested by   @Jed
  12. The Farmer and the Clown by Marla Frazee
    Suggested by   @laurimontclair
  13. Journey by Aaron Becker
    A beautiful homage to children's imaginations. Incidentally I bought this along with @bjnovak's book at my kid's book fair. Didn't get any run of the mill books with both words and pictures.
    Suggested by   @sanliu
  14. Unspoken by Henry Cole
    A story from the Underground Railroad. Really beautiful illustrations tell the wordless story of a young girl who helps a passenger of the Underground Railroad. A perfect introduction of this historical time for young children.
    Suggested by   @ashmac