A Hundred Billion Trillion Stars

lllustrated by Isabel Greenberg

From a hundred billion trillion stars to one unique you, this fun and playful picture book illuminates some of the biggest numbers in the universe in a highly accessible, child-friendly story. Jane O’Connor, the New York Times–bestselling author of the Fancy Nancy series, says, “This picture book is one in a gazillion.”

Did you know the earth is covered in three-thousand billion trees? And that seven billion people weigh about the same as ten quadrillion ants? Our world is full of constantly changing numbers, from a hundred billion trillion stars in space to thirty-seven billion rabbits on earth. But there is only one you, reading this book wherever you are. In Seth Fishman and Isabel Greenberg’s debut picture book, they illuminate some of the biggest numbers in the

universe—like a hundred billion trillion stars—and break them down into understandable and child-friendly equations, like one Earth, circling one star we call the sun. Children will be drawn in by the vibrant illustrations and the playful voice, while the STEM content will appeal to parents and teachers. Perfect for curious children and for classrooms that have devoured How Much Is a Million? and Ada Twist, Scientist.

Includes a page of back matter explaining the numbers featured throughout.