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Noah's Ark: A Hidden Pictures Storybook (Highlights Hidden Pictures Storybooks) Kindle Edition
Share the timeless tale of Noah's Ark with this special edition of the beloved Bible story fully illustrated with Hidden Pictures puzzles. Find more than 120 hidden objects in a vibrantly illustrated storybook that can be read aloud to the whole family. This storybook is the perfect gift for a religious milestone and is a wonderfully unique addition to the family library.
National Parenting Seal of Approval
Winner, Mom's Choice Award, Gold
About the Author
Laura Huliska-Beith is the illustrator of multiple picture books, including The Goodnight Train and The Recess Queen. She lives in Kansas City, MO, with her husband and two small dogs. --This text refers to the hardcover edition.
- ASIN : B08GJRXM1C
- Publisher : Highlights Press (9 February 2021)
- Language : English
- File size : 21571 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Not enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Not Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Not Enabled
- Customer Reviews:
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The one annoying thing and the thing that would make me not buy the book again is that this book puts some words in God's mouth. For example on p. 4, Noah says to God, "But I don't know how to build an ark." and God replies, "Just do your best, and I'll do the rest." According to the biblical text, Noah never expressed any misgivings to God and God gave Noah very specific instructions about exactly how to build the ark. Again on page 11 of the story Noah asks God, "How shall I gather so many animals?" and the the book then has God saying, "Just do your best, and I'll do the rest." In fact, according to the Bible, Noah did not gather any animals, but God brought them to the ark. This phrase appears again at the end of the book.
Moses did express misgivings to God, but Noah never did. So this is a deal-breaker for me regarding this book. I'm sad that I can't recommend it.