“Octopuses Have Zero Bones” Book Reading + Activities (SF)
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Pier 15 | 698 The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA 94111
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Octopuses Have Zero Bones: Book Reading and Activities
Saturday, December 10, 2022 . Noon and 2:00 p.m
Bechtel Gallery 3, Classroom 1606
Note: Free with museum admission-and it’s always free for Daytime members. Just bring your membership card and ID.
Do you wonder how many bones an octopus has? How many miles a trip to the moon and back is? How many leaves are on an oak tree? And what happens when you keep placing zeroes at the end of numbers?
Join us for a special reading of the new book Octopuses Have Zero Bones with author Anne Richardson to learn the answers to these questions and discover 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. After the reading, dive into some hands-on activities that will continue your fun with numbers!
Anne Richardson is an author of experiences that kindle your curiosity. In her work, everything in the world is astonishing and worthy of our attention, from a drop of rain to the way we figure things out together. She lives in the Bay Area with her family, including two little explorers.
Image courtesy of Tra Publishing.
Cost: USD 29.95*