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Noah’s Ark is another book that we have in our children’s ministry area for the kids to peruse. Peter Spier does beautiful illustrations with so much detail. I love his artwork!
There is virtually no text in this book, excepting a couple of half-sentences at the beginning and end. All of the action is seen in comic strip style illustration cells (and some full pages). The story covers Noah finding favor in God’s eyes, the building of the ark, the animals and supplies being gathered, the voyage, leaving the ark, and starting anew.
Because the illustrations need to be examined in detail, I would recommend that you read it with only one or two kids. I don’t think you’d be able to crowd any more heads in front of the book. It would also be appropriate as a resource for parents to take home and look at with their kids. Or just keep it in the classroom for kids to pore over when they have free time.