As far as he can tell, Bear is the biggest thing around. He might even be a giant! It's not long before other, smaller animals set him straight in this charmingly illustrated book about counting and relative size. Together, two walruses, three foxes and so on, are the same size as Bear, each teasing him for foolishly thinking that there is nothing bigger than he. When six sardines arrive to tell Bear that together, they are just as big as he is, Bear has had enough and gobbles them up for breakfast.
Alice Briere-Haquet is an author and a teacher. She has published many children's books in French. She lives in France. Olivier Philipponneau is a French illustrator who works and lives in Paris. Raphaele Enjary is a graphic designer who lives and works in Paris.