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How Big?: Wacky Ways to Compare Size

3.33  ·  Rating Details ·  9 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
How BIG is that egg? How BIG is that paw? Is that the biggest dog you ever saw?
Hardcover, 24 pages
Published July 1st 2013 by Picture Window Books
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Sarah Mukherjee
Sep 17, 2015 Sarah Mukherjee rated it it was amazing
I chose this book as my concept picture book. I absolutely loved it!It's one I would like to have in my classroom one day. This book is not only just an interesting read, but it could be used as part of a math lesson. The illustrations are eye catching and interesting. This book compares the sizes of different things in order to give kids an idea of just how big they really are. For example, 264 gorillas equal the same height as the Empire State Building, or that 24 chicken eggs are equal to the ...more
Kate Puleo Unger
Aug 22, 2016 Kate Puleo Unger rated it liked it
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Then on Friday night, Christopher read How Big? I think this may be the first book in the series because it's kind of a little of everything. It's supposed to be measuring size, and sometimes that's volume, but sometimes it's also height or length or diameter or surface area. I liked this book a little less because it wasn't explaining a consistent type of measurement.

I don't think Christopher minded. And I did love that he had to read big numbers in these books as well. He did a pretty great jo
Mar 07, 2015 Alice rated it really liked it
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By total random conscience...I have read 4 Non-fiction narrative today! This one is also great! A MATH one! It compares things to other things. I think my favorite comparative in size 1 tarantula equals 15 pennies...great... good thing I don't have arachnophobia
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