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Books with title What Am I?

  • What Am I?

    Margaret Hillert, Lucy Makuc

    Paperback (Norwood House Pr, July 15, 2016)
    "A collection of easy-to-read riddles that ask 'What am I?' After each riddle, the answer is given and illustrated. Original edition revised with all new illustrations. Includes reading activities and a word list"--
  • What am I?

    Alain Crozon, Aurelie Lanchais

    Hardcover (Chronicle Books, March 1, 1998)
    Lift the colorful flaps in these playful books to solve the riddles and reveal the identity of favorite animals and everyday objects. With a peek-a-boo format and irresistible art, toddlers will want to play these simple guessing games over and over again.
  • What Am I?

    Jennifer Valentine

    From babies to beginning readers, rhyming paragraphs give your little one's the chance to guess what the topic of each page is. Simple words and paragraphs make this an easy book for beginning readers
  • What Am I?

    Ruth Leon, Mamoru Funai

    Hardcover (Golden Book, Jan. 1, 1981)
  • What Am I ?

    Iza Trapani

    Hardcover (Charlesbridge, Oct. 1, 1998)
    This original and colorful animal guessing game book will have children squealing with delight as they try and guess which lovable animal is being described. Ten delightful rhyming verses describe, in turn, an ostrich, a hippopotamus, an owl, a polar bear, a seal, a turtle, a fox, a gorilla, a camel, and a pig. Each lively rhyme is actually a riddle with clues to "What Am I?" The answers—shown in appealing illustrations—are revealed when the page is turned. Little ones will especially enjoy the silly surprise verse tucked at the end of each riddle.
  • What Am I?

    Salina Yoon

    Board book (Cartwheel Books, May 1, 2010)
    This deceptively simple format combines silhouette images with pull-out tabs that showcase familiar objects!With clever die-cuts and large tabs, Little Scholastic: What Am I? challenges young readers to guess the silhouette! A casebound board book with five spreads, each page nests a sturyd, pull-out tab that creates a silhouette when in place. Then, voila! With a pull of the tab, the color artwork magically appears!
  • What Am I ?

    Papatia Feauxzar

    language (Djarabi Kitabs Publishing, Jan. 31, 2017)
    When Nouredine goes to his first day of school at Fitra Pre-School, his joy is crushed when one of his schoolmates asked, ‘What are you?’ and mockeries ensued. He turns to his parents for an answer which satisfies him.This book uses a theist approach to discuss race issues with biracial children from Black and White parents.We can all agree that the 'What Race Are You?' is an inevitable question biracial and mixed race children will face at least once in their lives if not permanently.Nouredine's father is an American citizen originally from the Balkans. His mother is also a US citizen originally from West Africa. Nouredine is American and was born in Texas. Depending on how the reader looks at it, Nouredine can be considered African-American, biracial or multi-racial.
  • What Am I?

    Sunita Pal

    language (Sunita Pal, Feb. 9, 2016)
    A fun guessing game with rhyming clues! Suitable for early primary students (K-3). This edition is all about different foods!
  • What Am I?

    Speedy Publishing

    language (Jupiter Kids, Sept. 4, 2014)
    How well do your children know the different kinds of animals? This colorful book gives your children a fun way of learning all about animals in a fun and exciting way.
  • What Am I?

    Asiila Imani, Papatia Feauxzar

    eBook (Djarabi Kitabs Publishing, May 31, 2019)
    Toa Idris is six years old. One of his favorite things to do is listening to G-Ma tell him about his rich ancestral roots. Sometimes Toa becomes a little confused. G-Ma says that his people come from many places: islands in the Pacific Ocean, the west coast of Africa, Europe, China, and the original Native Americans. What race can Toa be?Join Toa as he uncovers the answer to this question.
  • What Am I?


    eBook (iUniverse, Jan. 17, 2012)
    From a small seed, I grow very big;Sometimes I get as big as a pig.Im red and tasty as a snack.My seeds inside are white and black.What am I?I dont mean to make you cry,But something in me stings your eye.Some say Im spicy, some say hot;As an ingredient, Im used a lot.Ill tell you this, my taste is strong;If you think Im sweet, youre very wrong!What am I?From fruits and vegetables to elements of nature to ordinary objects, What Am I? introduces children to a variety of items through colorful photographs and rhyming poetry. In this playful picture book, author Sherrie White artfully weaves entertainment and education to take children on an adventure to guess whats in the pictures and to solve the riddles.Engaging and lively, What Am I? helps children explore and learn about the beauty that surrounds them every day.
  • What Am I?

    Mary Neel Green

    Paperback (University of Texas Press, April 1, 1999)
    In the dense, shady rain forest, it's easy for a little guy to get lost from his mother. When a young okapi wanders away from his mom, he discovers the world of people and learns that he is a very special animal, different from all the rest. But still he misses his mother and their home in the forest. How can he get back? This heartwarming tale with a happy ending introduces children from ages three to eight to the okapi, a graceful, elusive animal native to the Ituri Forest of Congo-Zaire. Based on the true story of an okapi calf that escaped from captivity, it is sure to delight young animal lovers, while teaching them basic facts about the family life of the okapi. A brief afterword provides more information for parents and older children.