All elementary classrooms should have a copy of this book.
It's a great way to involve children in the concept of estimating and they really get into guessing "how many" or trying to predict the very biggest thing there is.
The pictures were engaging, and the text was approachable for his understanding level.
Loved the concept ! This book seemed not interesting to begin with , but catches your attention as you go forward. My 6 year old and myself loved this book.Published 6 months ago by Aashail
This is a great book for science concepts and also for teaching order - arranging things from one opposite to the other. The kids really love this book.Published 16 months ago by Sara Rivers
When I taught first grade, this was one of my favorite books. We literally wore my first copy out...maybe the binding could be a little sturdier.Published 18 months ago by Flint's Mom
I love this book - the illustrations do a wonderful job showing the relative sizes of things. It begins with the mighty Blue Whale (surely the largest thing in existence), and... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Andrej Ciric
My grandchildren, aged 7 and 5, say this is a great book. The younger one is especially enamored of whales and dolphins, but this book also opens their eyes about the size of... Read morePublished on November 2, 2012 by Constance
I found this book most interesting. It is amazing the way the "biggest" things are explained.I am giving this book to my 7year old great-grandson, who I am sure will appreciate it... Read morePublished on November 8, 2011 by Lainie
I love this book! It really gives a true perspective on how big (and small) we are...and how enormous the universe is...and does it in a way that is relatable to children. Read morePublished on April 18, 2011 by Yer Mamma
We love this book! My 5 and 3 year old boys are just fascinated by the increasing size comparisons. I love books that open their minds to understanding the world (And universe! Read morePublished on September 12, 2008 by A. Hines