Who Am I?
A Peek-Through-Pages Book of Endangered Animals
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- Publication Date: November 12, 2019
- Imprint: Abrams Books for Young Readers
- Trim Size: 7 1⁄2 x 9 4⁄5
- ISBN: 9781419736469
- Page Count: 48
- Illustrations: Full-color photographs throughout
- Rights: World English, ex AUS and NZ
Gorgeous nature photography introduces readers to endangered species in this picture book from Tim Flach
Who is that peeking through the page? Is it a giant panda munching on bamboo? Or perhaps a yellow-eyed tree frog hiding in a tropical forest? Who Am I? uses clever riddles and stunning images by esteemed photographer Tim Flach (taken from his Abrams adult book Endangered) to introduce ten vital species-at-risk to readers. With its engaging and timely message, this beautifully crafted picture book is perfect for the youngest animal enthusiasts.
"Viewers are brought eye to eye with animals including a panda, a polar bear, an axolotl, a rolled-up white-bellied pangolin, a magisterial Philippine eagle, and other rarities large and small, each of which positively radiates a fierce, expressive presence."Kirkus Reviews —
"Offer(s) basic background information alongside a cutout (or several), large enough for readers on the younger side to maintain interest, that provides a partial glimpse of an animal . . . A gorgeous first resource."Booklist Reviewr —
About the author
TimFlach’s previous books with Abrams include Endangered (2017), More Than Human (2012), Dogs (2010), and Equus (2008). He is an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society. He lives and works in London.