For cheerful Simon the Fiddler, there's no such thing as too much. If he hugs one teddy bear, then he will surely love three bears three times more. And if he has four chairs, then a fifth and sixth will give him that many more places to sit. It's not until his possessions crowd him out of his cottage that he realizes what will really make him happy - and it's not something that can be measured in numbers. <br /><br /> Kaethe Zemach's gladdening new picture book is a gentle fable about getting and giving, with a lesson that's "just enough and not too much."