What's the biggest number you know? Is it 27 Million, 1 Billion, or 3 Trillion? Find out the answer in Joey Benun's Pebbles And The Biggest Number. Pebbles is a butterfly, and he journeys in different parts of the world to discover the largest number. He asks various animals he meets what they think the most significant number is. They give him their answer, but it doesn't satisfy his curiosity until he meets another butterfly, who, like him, is on her journey to find the largest number. Will Pebbles find the most significant number?
The fun and colorful illustrations by Laura Watson beautifully complement this story. Throughout the story, the Science Spots and Did You Knows detail informative, educational insights that can be used as icebreakers. Themes include friendship, discovery, and teamwork, and they are cleverly developed throughout the narrative. Anyone can enjoy this book, but it is most suitable for Children, especially four to eight-year-olds.
Pebbles And The Biggest Number is a fascinating read enriched by crafty dialogues and colorful pictures. Benun executes a solid plot with enjoyable characters and a memorable ending. The author also includes a section where he highlights and explains certain words and numbers, further enhancing the book's purpose.
With engaging tidbits, clean writing, and an unforgettable plot, this kid-friendly book poses two questions: What is the biggest number? Does it even exist? The author welcomes the reader to come along and find out. This book is entertaining and educational, a very instrumental tale in helping continue the development of young children.