The Caldecott-honored Red Book by Barbara Lehman has been described as “a wordless mind trip for tots.”
He set his teeth and a wordless prayer went up from his heart.
He gurgled a wordless appeal for help, and then perceived that she was lashed into her chair.
She no longer sang her wordless songs, no longer played for hours on the little old melodeon by the western door.
"Hello," he replied, and stood an instant in wordless surprise.
But Marion's mother heart yearned over her boy and his wordless sorrowing.
He liked the silence and the wordless enjoyment in her face.
At any other time or place I might have felt offended; but I was now embarrassed, wordless, and plunged in problems.
Almost sullenly he followed her down the road, wordless, bewildered, and despairing.
It was wordless and formless, just an inarticulate cry for help in the hour of need.