Orbis Pictus, or Orbis Sensualium Pictus, is a textbook for children written by moravian-german educator John Amos Comenius and published in It was the first widely used children's textbook with pictures, published first in Latin and German. Orbis Pictus, or Orbis Sensualium Pictus (Visible World in Pictures), is a textbook for children written by moravian-german educator John Amos Comenius and. Award Seals. Orbis Pictus Award seals are available to accompany winning books and their future printings. The seals serve to endorse the excellence of the. The “Orbis Pictus,” the first practical application of the intuitive method, had an extraordinary success, and has served as a model for the innumerable. an interactive installation based Comenius his book 'Orbis Sensualium Pictus', first published in This book, in bilingual English and Latin, translated from the Dutch, is the first book specifically written for children. Granted, it comprises moral lessons. Orbis sensualium pictus is often described as the first children's picture-book. It was also one of the first books about education to be aimed at children. The award commemorates the work of Johannes Amos Comenius, whose book Orbis Pictus - The World in Pictures () is considered to be the first. His Orbis Sensualium Pictus (“Picture of the Sensual World”), published in , was profusely illustrated with drawings, each playing an important role in. Article: The Entomology of the 'Orbis Pictus' of John Amos Comenius Together with Notes on Several Early, American, Entomological Juveniles.