Noahs Ark

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  • Paperback
  • 48 pages
  • Noahs Ark
  • Peter Spier
  • English
  • 03 October 2019
  • 0440406935

About the Author: Peter Spier

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Noahs Ark book, this is one of the most wanted Peter Spier author readers around the world.


Noahs Ark The Bee And The Fox, The Sheep And The Ox Two Of Each Kind Trudged Aboard Noah S Famous Vessel Peter Spier Uses His Own Translation Of A Seventeenth Century Dutch Poem About This Most Famous Menagerie.

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10 thoughts on “Noahs Ark

  1. Manybooks says:

    The illustrations their overall quality and descriptiveness of Peter Spier s Noah s Ark are indeed simply and utterly outstanding Lively and intricately detailed, they arethan well deserving of the Caldecott Medal awarded I just wish I did not have to read the book on my Kindle, as the illustrations are rendered absolutely miniscule and I am sure I missed quite a bit of the detail, even with using my reading glasses And I especially appreciate the fact that Peter Spier has also depic The illustrations their overall quality and descriptiveness of Peter Spier s Noah ...

  2. Roger DeBlanck says:

    Spier s wordless picture book is impressive in how it explores different emotions and circumstances that deal with the ark Sadness sets in when the ark is closed up and all the animals that are unable to board must look on in despair as the waters rise The book also conveys a strong sense of sacrifice and work ethic Spier captures Noah s frustration and worry in the beginning, and also his relief and gratitude at the end of the ordeal by showing how he and his family have been able to endure Spier s wordless picture book is impressive in how it explores different emotions and circumstances that deal with the ark Sadness sets in when the ark is closed up and all the animals that are unable to board must look on in despair as the waters rise The book also conveys a strong sense of sacri...

  3. Robert says:

    I really don t care for biblical themed story books This one is practically wordless, letting the pictures relate the tale, and as such is fairly well done.

  4. Laura says:

    While I thought the illustrations for this book were quite nice in detail and color, I didn t really care for the content as much This book wasn t very historically or biblically accurate I am pretty sure that Noah did not have glass jars to keep all the bugs in, nor metal cages for the tigersand one page in particular is especially depressing for me, it s near the beginning All the animals are boardin...

  5. Hilary says:

    This is an incredible book The story is wordless, but the illustrations are detailed and with a nice little touch of humor check out the expressions, and the number of rabbits So many things to look at on each page.

  6. Book Concierge says:

    A seventeenth century Dutch poem by Jacobus Revius is the inspiration for this gloriously detailed picture book, which earned a Caldecott Medal Spier translated the poem which mentions Cow and moose, Hare and goose,Sheep and ox,Bee and fox The poem, itself, is on page 1, but the story really begins on the front inside cover and flyleaf, with a two page panoramic spread that shows destruction of a village in the distance, while Noah and his family prosper on a hillside and the words But Noah A seventeenth century Dutch poem by Jacobus Revius is the inspiration for this gloriously detailed picture book, which earned a Caldecott Medal Spier translated the poem which mentions Cow and moose, Hare and goose,Sheep and ox,Bee and fox The poem, itself, is on page 1, but the story really begins on the front inside cover and flyleaf, with a two page panoramic spread that shows destruction of a village in the distance, while Noah and his family prosper on a hillside and the words But Noah found grace in the eyes of the Lord This is followed by twodouble truck pictorial panoramas showing the construction of the ark, while a parade of villagers streams past, and the stacks of...

  7. Shiloah says:

    Beautiful illustrations This is the perfect book for telling the story aloud to the kids.

  8. Barbara says:

    This nearly wordless 1978 Caldecott Medal Winner relies chiefly on illustrations to tell the story of Noah and the ark he builds to survive the flood that God is sending The incredibly detailed illustrations show the work that went into building and then filling the ark with various species, including cows, bees, elephants, dogs, and cats By turns heart rending and amusing, this picture book certainly affords a practical examination of the ark and its inhabitants My heart broke as the waters This nearly wordless 1978 Caldecott Medal W...

  9. Chelsea Cameron says:

    Noah s Ark was interpreted and written in a very unique way by Peter Spier In the original story, the animals enter the ark two by two but Spier added his own creative while alsorealistic twist to it Instead of illustrating the animals going in two by two, marching in an orderly fashion, Pier had monkeys clinging on the elephant s legs, showing that they didn t want to walk on the ark on their own, portraying a sense of protection the monkeys felt with the elephants The littlest of anim Noah s Ark was interpreted and written in a very unique way by Peter Spier In the original story, the animals enter the ark two by two but Spier added his own creative while alsorealistic twist to it Instead of illustrating the animals going in two by two, marching in an orderly fashion, Pier had monkeys cling...

  10. Annie says:

    Genre Wordless NarrativeGrade Level K 2This book is a Caldecott Award Winner It is mainly all pictures of Noah and his ark, building it, attempting to gather all the animals and people, specifically pointing out there is two of each animal, trying to navigate the huge ark back to land, as the flood waters lowered It is an excellent book, tha...