A Hundred Billion Trillion Stars
The playful illustrations from New York Times–bestselling artist Isabel Greenberg and the friendly, straightforward voice of author Seth Fishman illuminate some of the biggest numbers in the universe—a hundred billion trillion stars—and the smallest—one unique and special YOU. Here is a book for story time, for science time, for math time, for bedtime, and all the times in between.
Perfect for curious children, classrooms eager for STEM content, and readers who have devoured Ada Twist, Scientist and How Much Is a Million?
Brilliant for curious minds
Honestly, I loved everything about this book. It’s filled to the brim with facts and numbers about the universe we live in. It’s a book all about numbers. How many stars in the sky, how many gallons of what on planet Earth, and how many yous would be ten times around Earth. This book has such a great way of talking about facts in a fun and interesting way that will have kids learning without even realizing it.
There was a lot of really great things in this book but one of the things I really liked was that at the bottom of each page is the number written out. I loved that it made it easy for kids to understand and read each of the numbers because let's be honest some of these numbers are huge! The other thing I really loved is the illustrations they fill up the page and they are so beautiful to look at.
I loved this book and I loved reading it to my niece and nephew who absolutely adored it and wanted to read it over and over again.