Following the Bible’s account , the author begins in Genesis 6 and honestly, but tastefully, explains the conditions on earth that caused God to send the flood. The numerous illustrations detail Noah and his family’s obedience to God as they prepared for the flood. After it is afloat, life on the Ark is portrayed in numerous realistic and detailed illustrations. As an adult familiar with the story, I was still surprised at what I learned from the pictures about the challenges Noah must have faced in the care and feeding of the animals. The importance of obeying God, as well as His faithfulness and mercy toward those who are obedient, are themes in this wonderful book. I’ve purchased other books by this author and they are truly wonderful creative tools to teach children Bible stories and scriptural principles. M.H. – Amazon Review
The world has become dark and corrupt in the eyes of God. Grieved that he has ever made man, he sends a great flood to destroy all life on earth. But in his wrath, he remembers to show mercy to Noah, the only man in the world who still remains faithful to him.
God commands Noah to build an ark big enough to hold him, his family, and two of every kind of animal to escape the terrible judgment that is to come. In this timeless classic, we experience the balance of God’s judgment toward evil and his mercy toward the faithful.