There's a children's book I remember loving but I can't find anywhere online or in my parents' attic. It was about a little green fish, and I seem to remember a white duck and a little girl and some bread crumbs (sort of abstract, almost Asian illustrations, at least in my memory). The story was printed on a square board book and the cover was blue with the green fish on it (or possibly the other way around). I can't remember whether or not the book was wordless or just economical with language. I think it was called something like Fish or The Little Fish. Anyone remember this?
I did find some other favorites while searching through the attic/online. Like
But Not the Hippopotamus by Sandra Boynton.
The Delicious Plums of King Oscar the Bad by Rick Schreiter.
Follow the Line by Demi. An enthralling wordless book. (I can't find my copy or a photo to post here, so click on the link.)