What does a million look like? A billion? A trillion? These huge numbers are hard to visualize. This book explains quantities in terms children can understand. For example, one million dollars could buy two full pizzas a day for more than sixty-eight years, it would take the heads of ten thousand people together to have one billion hairs.
This dynamic math duo explains the concepts of millions, billions, and trillions in a lighthearted way.
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"This accessible picture book presents big numbers, considers how we use them, and offers a sense of the qualities they represent . . . imaginative as well as logical."—Booklist
"Adler does a wonderful job of helping school-age children understand the concept that a million is a heck of a lot ."—School Library Journal