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Download Noah and the Ark (My Very First Bible Stories) epub

by Lois Rock

Favorite Bible stories are retold for toddlers in these delightful board books. Bright, friendly papercut artwork illustrates each story. Noah and the Ark retells the beloved story of Noah and the animals
Download Noah and the Ark (My Very First Bible Stories) epub
ISBN: 1561484962
ISBN13: 978-1561484966
Category: Children
Subcategory: Religions
Author: Lois Rock
Language: English
Publisher: Good Books (May 1, 2013)
Pages: 16 pages
ePUB size: 1329 kb
FB2 size: 1608 kb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 141
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Purchased for $5.39 on Amazon Prime. There are lots of stickers and the illustrations are bright and colorful. The writing is clear and concise. It is true to the bible while using language a toddler can understand. Of course, my 3 year old loved putting in the stickers. We helped with most of the pages but she was so excited that she did the last couple on her own. Noah's Ark is her favorite bible story and this sticker book is sturdy enough to keep on the shelf for future reading well after the stickers have been applied.

I saw a comment that this story was not child appropriate because the first page describes the less than ideal circumstances that led up to the flood. The Sticker Book uses the words "spoiling" and "fighting" to describe the state of the earth. A Children's Bible would include the same details. It's an important part of the story!
We are doing a devotion about Noah at home this week. My kids are learning about Noah and the ark and the big flood. I thought this book was well written and understandable for the children. Very colorful and there is even a little prayer at the end of the ebook for the kids to read aloud. I'm very glad I bought this ebook. My kids love it.
This book includes the story of Noah and the Ark along with activities for children to enjoy while hearing or reading the story. The illustrations are bright and the text simply written for young children. What children will probably love most, are the stickers and they'll have ample opportunity to enjoy them; finding the places where they belong in the story. For example, there's one page where they'll be able to decorate an ark with them. I like the fact that the activities are part of the story and not on separate pages in the back somewhere. Even after all the activities are finished, this will still be a beautiful picture book.

In exchange for an honest review Kregel Publications provided me with a complimentary copy of this book.
The book reads like this - 'God had made a good world. Now people were spoiling it. They are always fighting. "I'm sorry I ever made this world", said God. "I shall wash it away!" '... and then goes on to how he get's Noah to make the ark & take just Noah & mother & father animals with him. I am not judging anyone's religious beliefs however I do not feel these choice of words are appropriate for kids, although I do not know the bible word for word this is not something I want my child learning or fearing that his world will just be "washed away" bc he does something god doesn't like.. What happen to teaching the right way and forgiveness? This book is going straight to the garbage, enough said.