Who’s that high up in the tree,

Building a nest for her family?

Who could it be?

It’s not me!

It’s a bird.

Who’s that curled up in a ball,

Looking furry, round, and small?

Who could it be?

It’s not me!

It’s a cat.

Who’s that chomping down some hay?

He likes to gallop fast and play.

Who could it be?

It’s not me!

It’s a horse.

Who’s that sniffing at the ground,

Then up and frisking all around?

Who could it be?

It’s not me!

It’s a dog.

Who’s that buzzing ’round each flower,

Collecting pollen by the hour?

Who could it be?

It’s not me!

It’s a bee.

Who’s that climbing this old tree,

Gathering nuts for his family?

Who could it be?

It’s not me!

It’s a squirrel.

Who’s that swimming in the sea?

It doesn’t breathe air or walk like me.

Who could it be?

It’s not me!

It’s a fish.

Who will be tucked into bed

After good-night prayers are said?

Who could it be?

IT’S ME!

Illustrated by Doug Roy