Who Am I?: An Animal Guessing Game

Robin Page (Author) Steve Jenkins (Author)


I have two big yellow eyes, soft, silky feathers, eight sharp claws, and an unlucky mouse in my pointy black beak. Who am I?
Who Am I? gives reader clues so they can guess which animal will be revealed in a beautiful, full-spread illustration when they turn the page. Playful nouns, adjectives, and verbs describe the characteristics and movements of each animal. Minimal yet descriptive text encourages visual literacy and positions this title as a wonderful learning to read book. Extra facts will be included at the back of the book.

Imaginative, fun, and beautiful, Who Am I? is an informative and dynamic picture book sure to please.

Product Details

$14.99  $13.79
Houghton Mifflin
Publish Date
November 14, 2017
9.2 X 0.5 X 9.2 inches | 0.92 pounds
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About the Author

Robin Page lives in Boulder, Colorado, with her husband and collaborator, Steve Jenkins, where they run a graphic design studio.

Steve Jenkins has written and illustrated many picture books for young readers, including What Do You Do with a Tail Like This?. His books have been called inventive, masterful, compelling, and accessible.


"Jenkins and Page are back with another exceptional nonfiction title for young children... Readers are sure to linger on the images and appreciate the extensive craftsmanship that went into each feather and scale. A versatile early nonfiction title that will enhance both public and school library collections and is sure to become a household favorite." -School Library Journal

"Their latest nonfiction offering adopts a more unconventional format: readers are given clues about an animal before it is revealed on the subsequent page. This playful layout makes this an ideal book for read-alouds... a delightfully fresh resource on the animal world." -Booklist

...The thoughtful selections and careful crafting of this new one should make it a good home choice and welcome addition to any collection." -Kirkus