On Noahs Ark

On Noahs Ark Jan Brett S Intricate Illustrations Against A Beautiful Papyrus Background Make A Stunning Picture Book Of A Favorite Story This Time Featuring Noah S Granddaughter As The Floodwaters Rise, She Helps Take The Animals Onto The Ark And Get Them Settled Down But It S Not Easy When Giraffes Are Sleeping Next To Pandas And Lions Are Curled Up With Turkeys Finally The Gentle The illustrations were beautiful in this one Great family read, and a wonderful story about Noah s ark The kids all loved it even though there weren t many words, still enjoyed by all of us Highly recommended. GREAT illustrations, but I don t really like this version of the Noah story it leaves out too much that is important and de spiritualizes it completely. This book is heavy with beautiful, rich, intriguing illustrations and light on Biblical content There is no mention of God, the evil of men that caused the flood, Noah s sacrifice after leaving the ark, or God s promise to never flood the earth again though there is a rainbow in the last illustration, it is not explained.Though some ideas fall under artistic creative license, like the theory that men and animals on the ark sleptthan normal God could have made this happen to keep every This book is heavy with beautiful, rich, intriguing illustrations and light on Biblical content There is no mention of God, the evil of men that caused the flood, Noah s sacrifice after leaving the ark, or God s promise to never flood the earth again though there is a rainbow in the last illustration, it is not explained.Though some ideas fall under artistic creative license, like the theory that men and animals on the ark sleptthan normal God could have made this happen to keep everyone sane , further inaccuracies that clearly contradict the Biblical text include rain starting before the ark is loaded, a crowded ark, the presence of Noah s granddaughter or any children for that matter on the ark, the prevalence of mountains in the landscape they are not covered by the flood waters , the inhabitants on the ark for only 40 days and nights, and laughable
This version of the Noah s Ark was not my favorite I can understand maybe not including all of the religious aspects such as God punishing the people and creating the flood, etc That may just be a reason to be able to have this story placed in a public school setting However, Noah s Ark IS a religious story There is something missing from the moral of the story, no lesson to be learned when you take out one of the main characters, God The only reason I give it TWO stars is because of the il This version of the Noah s Ark was not my favorite I can understand maybe not including all of the religious aspects such as God punishing the people and creating the flood, etc That may just be a reason to be able to have this story placed in a public school setting However, Noah s
This version of Noah s Ark leaves out God and fails to live up to the Biblical account found in Genesis. Lovely images, blah text. Boring, lackluster story set to exciting, fabulous illustrations I personally don t mind it when people take SMALL liberties with Bible stories such as adding fictional characters to liven up the text, or making the historical figures seemlike actual people For example, I really enjoyed Dreamwork s animated films of Joseph and Moses but I did not like the most recent Noah movie with Russel Crowe The story could have been a lot better than what it was, but the illustrations make me hap Boring, lackluster story set to exciting, fabulous illustrations I personally don t mind it when people take SMALL liberties with Bible stories such as adding fictional characters
I would have given this book 2 stars just for the illustrations, but the secularization of the story made me too angry Let me make clear that I am not in any way a biblical literalist I have no problem with personalizing the story with a few details But when you purposely leave out a major character in the story God , it is not the same story If Ms.Brett finds God unpalatable, she should write a story of her own instead of ripping off biblical literature At least Ms.Brett could have had th I would have given this book 2 stars just for the illustrations, but the secularization of the story made me too angry Let me make clear that I am not in any way a b
I tend to stay away from religious books, especially those that are geared toward children because I don t want to deal with conflicting thoughts or principles, but this one is fantastic I love that it doesn t touch on anything religious, just very basic the rains are coming so grandpa noah builds an ark, the animals go on the ark in pairs, the rains come and the animals are all squished together, the rain stops, the animals go their own way that s basically the gist of it as a child, we I tend to stay away from religious books, especially those that are geared toward children because I don t want to deal with co
Decent rendition of the Bible story, not extremely accurate Quick read From Schaeffer s

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  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • On Noahs Ark
  • Jan Brett
  • English
  • 20 October 2017
  • 0399240284