How Big is a Million? by Anna Milbourne
  

Synopsis

How Big is a Million? by Anna Milbourne

This is a brand new picture book to help children understand the concept of big numbers. Pipkin the smallest penguin is always asking questions, but what he wants to know most of all is how big is a million? So he sets off to find out, and along the way meets a hundred penguins, sees a thousand snowflakes and meets one new friend before being amazed to finally find out how big a million really is. A special fold-out poster at the end of the book shows Pipkin looking at the sky, which is printed with exactly one million stars. It is gorgeously illustrated by Serena Riglietti.

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'This brand new picture book helps children understand the concept of big numbers and quantify exactly how big a million is, through the journey of inquisitive Pipkin the penguin' - Baby and Co'

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
24 pages
Interest Age: 18 months+

Author

Anna Milbourne
More books by Anna Milbourne

Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

31st October 2007

ISBN

9780746077696


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