"The second book in the series of children's animal books, "What Am I?" introduces youngsters to 21 animals, many of which they're likely to see only on TV or in zoos. A picture and a brief fact about the animal are followed by three choices. Flip to the next page to let your child see if their guess is correct. The animal questions are also numbered, so there's a little counting lesson included as well. The animals shown with the questions are cartoon-like color drawings, with the answers showing color photographs, which gives the child an accurate view of each animal.
It's an enjoyable book with a learning opportunity for toddlers through early grade school." J. Chambers said.
"What Am I? Animal Book 2 by Selena Dale is a great way to introduce youngsters to different animals. Selena uses a simple, clean design for the page layout, and cute, adorable images to introduce the animals. It gives one interesting fact about each animal to keep from overwhelming your toddler. This is a really cool book to read with your children." Miranda said.
"After I had read book number one together with my grandson about half a dozen times, I thought the time had come to move on to book number 2. He just loved it and even his two year old sister joined in. I asked them how many stars I should give this book and my grandson replied, after he had thought about my question for quite a while, "Give it as many stars as there are on the sky." Well, this is a great recommendation." Johann David Renner said.
"Simple concept that works for an ebook. There's a single interesting fact that goes with each animal, posed as a kind of quiz question, followed by a drawing that gives away the answer. My daughter (5 years) "guesses" the name of the animal and gets exposed to the word for that animal. It's a fun activity. Worth having on the kid kindle shelf." Jason Peters said.