Octopuses Have Zero Bones


By Anne Richardson, Illustrated by Andrea Antonori

Do you know…

How many bones an octopus has?
How many breaths you take a day?
How many times a black bear’s heart beats each hour?

The answers to these questions appear in this book—along with many more amazing facts that celebrate the numbers zero to nine and powers of ten numbers ten to nine billion. Starting with zero instead of one, this whimsical, fact-filled counting book will delight readers of all ages. Combining elements of traditional and advanced counting books with a sense of wonder and curiosity about the world around us, 
Octopuses Have Zero Bones encourages young readers to fall in love with numbers and the world around them.  ?

Richly imagined and playfully illustrated,
 Octopuses Have Zero Bones is a great choice for children, families, and inquisitive people of all ages, and it is a strong addition to any classroom or school library. The book’s layered content offers an easy and attractive point of entry as well as the possible to explore and understand more at multiple levels.