Who Am I?
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One hot day in the middle of a jungle a strange little creature hatches out of an egg. "Who am I?" he asks himself. Off he plods through the tall grass to find out. He meets many animals, but all of them are different. Will he ever find out who he is and what makes him special?
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published February 2nd 2012 by Andersen (first published January 1st 2012)
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Yasmin Raja
A strange little creature hatches out of an egg and goes plodding through the tall, tall grass. This charming book by Gervase Phinn is an adventure story about a little chameleon, unaware of his identity and origin, on a journey of self discovery. It contains brilliant illustrations with repetition, different sized words and adjectives that add to the engaging nature of the book and make it a good choice for Key Stage one readers. The chameleon meets wild and larger animals on his journey who te...more
Corrina
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I could talk about the chameleon’s existential crisis and lack of externally-imposed identity, and possibly the parental negligence that led to him being born alone and without any support system, but I’d rather talk about the lovely and simple illustrations. The chameleon meets all of the larger animals, who all know their own names and what is special about them, and changes colour every time to match the other animals. This gives a hint...more
Melissa
Great pictures and clever story. Anthony was so pleased to have figured it out. He beat me to it!
Nicole
Cute new take on a chameleon story. The little baby chameleon hatches and wanders around to find it's mother. And of course along the way, encounters many different types of animals that he "matches" when he encounters them...
Josianne Fitzgerald
Beautiful illustrations. A bit predictable. I would have liked to see the chameleon being happy with whatever he was, and not necessarily because he found someone just like him.
Wendy Garland
A creature hatches and wonders who what he is. He wanders through the jungle looking for answers, all the while cluing in the reader as to his true identity.
Marge
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fun story about a chameleon - just a little scary when asking all the different animals in the jungle who he was and where he came from.
Kristin
Looks a bit long for preschool at first glance, but it moves quickly. Good book about differentiation, color and identity.
Dee-Ann
This book held my kids attention, even though they guessed what the creature was early on in the piece.
Mandy
A baby chameleon hatches out of an egg and goes in search for the answer: "Who am I?"
Rachel
Like the journey of discovery and the color changes in the illustrations.
Scottsdale Public Library
A cute, colorful adventure about finding one's family. -Monty K.
Kim
Very cute, loved the pictures.
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