Seth Fishman

There are a gazillion other picture books that are better than this one.” —Jane O’Connor, author of the Fancy Nancy series and a bestseller on the New York Times list.

Did you know that there are three trillion trees covering the surface of the Earth? And that the weight of seven billion people is approximately equivalent to that of ten quadrillion ants? Numbers are everywhere in our world, from the hundred billion trillion stars in space to the thirty-seven billion rabbits that live on Earth. These numbers are always changing. Can you even fathom how many of anything that would be?

Some of the largest numbers in the universe, such as a hundred billion trillion stars, and some of the smallest numbers, such as one person who is one of a kind and special, are brought to life through the whimsical illustrations created by the New York Times best-selling artist Isabel Greenberg and the warm and approachable voice of author Seth Fishman. This book can be read at bedtime, during story time, science time, math time, and any other time in between.

This book is ideal for naturally inquisitive children, classrooms eager to incorporate STEM topics, and readers who have already devoured Ada Twist, Scientist and How Much Is a Million?