Lola M. Schaefer is the author of many books for children of all
ages and the winner of a Charlotte Zolotow Honor and the Children's
Choice Book Award. Several of her titles explore her wonder and
fascination with the natural world, including Just One Bite. She
lives with her husband, Ted, in the mountains of northern Georgia.
Lola also combines her loves of reading and writing when she visits
classrooms as an author-in-residence or as a writing consultant.
You can visit her online at www.lolaschaefer.com.
Christopher Silas Neal is the illustrator of critically acclaimed books including Over and Under the Snow and Up in the Garden and Down in the Dirt. His work has been published in a variety of magazines and books, and featured on television. He is a regular contributor to the New York Times and shows his art at various galleries nationwide. He currently lives and works in Brooklyn and teaches at Pratt Institute. You can visit him online at www.redsilas.com.
"A delightful read for the little future park ranger or
mathematician in your life."--Buzzfeed
"A fascinating addition to the curious reader's library."--The Daily Parent
"Beautiful book."-The Wall Street Journal
A Junior Library Guild Selection
"Concepts of counting and quantity are cleverly examined."-The Horn Book Magazine
"Whether you teach with it or curl up with it, you'll be wondering and learning all at once."--DesignMom
"As intriguing as it is gorgeous."--Publishers Weekly, starred review
"An engaging teaching tool on so many levels."--Cool Mom Picks
"Useful for. integrating literature into math instruction."--School Library Journal
"Fills a clever niche for both animal science and mathematics."-Booklist
"Readers (or listeners) will enjoy counting the joeys, seahorses, alligator eggs or spots on the giraffe."-Kirkus Reviews