Listen to me! Listen to me! Clickety-clack! Watch for me! Watch for me! Coming down the track. What am I? Find word and picture clues on one page, answers on the next. Youngest readers love guessing games and will feel proud of each success.
“This small book is a gem.” – School Library Journal.
“Stephanie Calmenson introduces turn-of-the-page suspense in What Am I?, a riddle book for very young children.” – Zena Sutherland.
“The joy of riddles is given to the youngest readers in these simple, rhyming puzzles.” – Publishers Weekly.
“Catchy, rhyming riddles about familiar objects will delight young audiences…” – Sesame Street Magazine.
“Books that engage children, that ask for their participation, are among the most popular. It is a pleasure to be able to offer children this collection of riddles about everyday objects … children will be reading this book to themselves in no time at all.” – The Horn Book.
“… a sweet way for small children to discover the fun of guessing games.” – Parents Magazine.
A Scholastic Book Club selection.
ABA Pick of the Lists.