Elissa Gould, and Dorothy Wells from the Garfield School in Revere, MA
Illustrated by Darcy Schwartz
Special thanks to the Massachusetts Department of Education whose funding supported teachers and parents in the development of this story. © CAST, 2004
My name is Cammy and I have a hump or two. I eat leaves and grass, drink little water, and you can find me at the zoo. What am I?
My two webbed feet help me move around. I am dressed in black and white. I am a bird but I cannot fly. I live in ice cold water. What am I?
Max is my name and swinging is my game. I walk with my long arms, use my tail from tree to tree, and make funny faces when kids look at me. What am I?
My name is Kasey and I love to hop. I jump so much it is hard to stop. I have strong legs, a large pouch, and a long tail. I carry my baby in my pouch. What am I?
I sleep all day and hunt at night. My name is Larry and I am quite a sight. I have sharp long teeth and a paw full of claws. I am king of the jungle. What am I?
I am slow as can be and I will not run if you chase me. My name is Telly and I have a hard shell and short stubby feet. I will hide my head if we were to meet. What am I?