Prepare to be amazed by our world’s sheer enormity and complexity, as told through the pages of A Hundred Billion Trillion Stars by Seth Fishman. With playful illustrations by Isabel Greenberg and a friendly, straightforward voice, Fishman takes readers on a journey through some of the biggest and smallest numbers in the universe. Whether it’s three trillion trees covering our planet or a hundred billion trillion stars in space, the numbers are mind-boggling. This book is not just for STEM enthusiasts; it’s a perfect addition to storytime, bedtime, and any time in between. This book is a must-read if you loved Ada Twist, Scientist, or How Much Is a Million?