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by Linda Hayward

ePub Noah's Ark (Step into Reading) download
Author:
Linda Hayward
ISBN13:
978-0394987163
ISBN:
0394987160
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Publisher:
Random House Books for Young Readers (June 24, 2003)
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Subcategory:
Literature & Fiction
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1898 kb
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1750 kb
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Rating:
4.1
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111

This book states that Noah brought into the ark his GRANDCHILDREN. Richly satisfying artwork, with text that rhymes. Out of a large basket of small books, our kids choose "Noah's Ark" by Amy Flynn & Linda Hayward to be read time and time again.

This book states that Noah brought into the ark his GRANDCHILDREN. That page has a picture showing a baby and other children, along with the adults, and other pages show the baby and children in the ark, and also on land immediately after exiting the ark. The Bible clearly states that only Noah, his wife, his sons and his sons' wives were taken into the ark - not a word about the existence of grandchildren. A classic "chunky book".

LINDA HAYWARD is an author whose work includes the Step into Reading titles Baby Moses, Noah's Ark, The First Thanksgiving, and many more. FREIRE WRIGHT is the illustrator of several books for children and currently resides in London. -Bulletin, Center for Children's Books. Your reader may also like. Related Books A Baby Doctor (Barbie) Snuggle Buddies (Disney Princess: Palace Pets) Sleeping Beaut.

Join Noah, his family, and two of every animal, for a story full of adventure, hope, and love.

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Title: Noah's Ark By: Linda Hayward, Freire Wright Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 32 Vendor: Random House Publication Date: 1987 Dimensions: . 0 X . 4 X . 3 (inches). Weight: 3 ounces ISBN: 0394887166 ISBN-13: 9780394887166 Ages: 4-6 Series: Step Into Reading Stock No: WW887166.

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Are you sure you want to remove Noah's Ark (Step-Into-Reading, Step 2) from your list? Noah's Ark (Step-Into-Reading, Step 2). by Linda Hayward. Published June 24, 2003 by Random House Books for Young Readers.

The story of the most famous menagerie ever is presented in a retelling created especially for the very youngest beginning reader. com User, March 31, 1998. Step 1 Readers feature big type and easy words for children who know the alphabet and are eager to begin reading. Rhyme and rhythmic text is paired with picture clues to help children decode the story.

This Step 1 Step into Reading title has been adapted from the original Little Golden Book story for children just learning to read. Freshly illustrated in the style of the original book, this simple sweet story about the poky puppy and his roly-poly, tumble-bumble outdoor adventures is the perfect addition to the Step into Reading line. Rhyme and rhytnmic text paired with picture clues help children decode the story

Illus. in full color. The story of the most famous menagerie ever is presented in a retelling created especially for the very youngest beginning reader.From the Trade Paperback edition.
  • This is my nephews favorite book! He loves all the pictures of the aniamls.

  • Love the pictures and simple telling of this Bible story.

  • This children's book, as simple as it is, is inaccurate. This book states that Noah brought into the ark his GRANDCHILDREN. That page has a picture showing a baby and other children, along with the adults, and other pages show the baby and children in the ark, and also on land immediately after exiting the ark. The Bible clearly states that only Noah, his wife, his sons and his sons' wives were taken into the ark - not a word about the existence of grandchildren. Genesis 7:7 states "And Noah went in, and his sons, and his wife, and his sons' wives with him, into the ark, because of the waters of the flood." Genesis 8:16 writes about them exiting the ark after the flood "Go forth of the ark, thou, and thy wife, and thy sons, and thy sons' wives with thee." Again, no grandchildren.

    At the end of this book, it states that "God told Noah to MAKE A NEW WORLD". "Make a new world"? What does that mean? Especially to young children. I assume that the author was referring to Genesis 9:1 which reads "And God blessed Noah and his sons, and said unto them, be fruitful and multiply, and replenish the earth." Wouldn't it be more accurate and simple to say something like God told Noah and his family to have babies, or something along that line?

    Simplifying a Bible story for young children is one thing, but ADDING TO the Bible story is another thing. With so many books available about Noah's Ark, why choose one that strays so far from the Bible?

  • Noah’s Ark was retold by Lawrence T. Lorimer and illustrated by Charles E. Martin. It was originally published in 1978.

    The plot of this story should be familiar to many, as it is part of religious lore for several faiths. Noah is a farmer living in the ancient world, and he is apparently the only good person in the world. God tells Noah to build an ark, and to bring aboard two of every species of animal. Noah complies, the world is flooded, and when the floodwaters subside, a rainbow appears. This is God’s promise to never flood the world again.

    The story itself is a fine retelling, and brings more of a narrative than the original text, while retaining much of the details from the source material, like the ark being made out of cypress beams and the proper dimensions that Noah should use.

    The story is presented in a manner in which children will find appealing.The illustrations are what really make this version of the Noah’s Ark story special. The illustrations are colorful, and absolutely crammed with details. There are nice cross-section pictures of the ark being assembled. There are several pictures that show the animals queuing up, and my daughters enjoyed looking for their favorite animals. My fox-loving twin was sad that her beloved foxes were missing from the groups of animals. Our favorite illustration was one that shows all of the animals on the ark. There are at least two levels: the lower level has tanks with water dwelling mammals like hippos and seals, and there are triple bunks lining both sides of the main level. The girls had fun looking at all the animals, as Noah and his sons walk through with barrows full of food.

    I would absolutely recommend Noah’s Ark. This book has been out of print for years, but used copies are readily available on Amazon. There are many versions of the Noah’s Ark story for children, but the gorgeous illustrations make this worth tracking down.

  • Richly satisfying artwork, with text that rhymes. Out of a large basket of small books, our kids choose "Noah's Ark" by Amy Flynn & Linda Hayward to be read time and time again. A classic "chunky book".

  • This was my favorite book when I was young. I still think of it everytime I see a rainbow in the sky. I highly recommend it for your kids. It has great drawings, a good story and lots of animals for the kids to look at.