As a response to some of their favorite "literature", my pre-K students have been collaboratively filling some blank books with their creations:
The youngest classes at our school are three and four years old, and they made a very simple "colors" book, and a more ambitious alphabet book respectively.
For our colors book, we began each class by choosing two colors, and students helped mix paint colors, filling a single page with a single hue. (Each day we could do two side-by-side pages, allowing a whole day to dry). Later they added to the pages using tempera sticks and pastels. The cover was gesso'd and got a beautiful rainbow. We've already "read" this book a number of times - you'd be surprised at how intriguing a book with no words can be!