`EACH TASK, EVEN THE MOST COMPLICATED ONE, SHOULD BE STARTED IN THE SIMPLEST WAY'
As the daughter of well-known mathematicians, Flora loves to count more than anything in the world. She counts all the things around her, all the animals, grains of sand on the beach and letters in her Dad's newspaper. When Dora looks at the Milky Way, she begins to wonder how to count the mesmerising number of stars. Is it even possible? Is the night sky so full of stars that even all the numbers she knows would not be enough to count them? Dora soon learns that she needs to deal with such a complicated task by starting with the simplest of steps, and who knows, maybe one day, she will achieve her dream.