...or creating mental images from text.
See the list below for titles we own in the library (in one of the three elementary libraries), that work well for teaching about with visualization in literature.

The bear's toothache, by David McPhail
Color me a rhyme: nature poems for young people, by Jane Yolen
Creatures of the earth, sea and sky: poems, by Georgia Heard
Dear Rebecca, winter is here, by Jean Craighead George
A drop of water: a book of science and wonder, by Walter Wick
Elbert's bad word, by Audrey Wood
The ghost-eye tree, by Bill Martin
How to make an apple pie and see the world, by Marjorie Priceman
I am the ocean, by Suzanna Marshak
The napping house, by Audrey Wood
Night in the country, by Cynthia Rylant
An octopus is amazing, by Patricia Lauber
The salamander room, by Anne Mazer
The seashore book, by Charlotte Zolotow
See the ocean, by Estelle Condra
Seven blind mice, by Ed Young
Something is going to happen, by Charlotte Zolotow
Three names, by Patricia MacLachalan
Through grandpa's eyes, by Patricia MacLachlan
Turtle dreams, by Marion Dane Bauer
When I'm sleepy, by Jane R. Howard