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Noah's Ark
by Gaby Goldsack, Peter Dawson
Hardcover: 12 pages
Publisher: Candle Books; (September 2003)

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A delightful, interactive Bible book that introduces young readers to the story of Noah, and helps children learn how to discover new things on their own. Fourth in the revolutionary Little-Book-Inside-a-Larger-Book Series that teaches kids how to get more information in a fun and interactive way.

Each two-page color spread ends with a symbol relating to the story. The symbols are keyed to the pages in the little book where kids will find more information and questions to help them think about the important principles in each story. The Bible reference is also included.
 

Book Reviewed by Lauren
What is this book about?

The book is about the story of Noah and all his faith in God through the flood.

What makes this book special?

This book is special because the story is true about Noah. It is like the story in the bible, except in a version that a young person can relate to.

Who should read this book?

I think boys and girls at around 3-6 year olds with their parents. This is a very good bed-time story for a toddler and their parent or good friend.

Please share a one paragraph review of this book.

This story is all about Noah and him helping God with all the animals. God warns Noah about the flood. Noah stays there for over a year with his family. And in the end God rewards Noah with a beautiful rainbow.
 

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