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What am I? (What Am I/Who Am I)

by Alain Crozon

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This is a great concept book that has a lot of things going for it. It has a layout that is very interesting where on one page their are flaps with visual clues that can be opened to reveal the answer and on the adjoining page there is a rhyming text clue that describes what the object is without giving it away. By having text and visual clues this book allows for children to have more than one way to take in information and create an appropriate guess. This book would also help to make a great activity in the classroom. Students could create their own What am I book for math problems or something else. Its a good book with a cool idea. ( )
  brandonachey | Nov 4, 2012 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0811821021, Hardcover)

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.

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Rhyming couplets and lift-up flaps help the reader identify pictures of common objects.

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