The new Ark Encounter represents more than just a giant wooden ship — it reveals important details on how the systems within the Ark could have worked! Refuting the most common arguments against the viability of the Ark, we learn how ancient knowledge of bamboo pipes, cisterns, gears, ropes and pulleys, animal-powered machines, and more show how the ship was not just seaworthy, but an actual working vessel. The book also explores how a crew of just eight people could have housed, fed, and watered all of the representatives of the animal kinds. In this book you will learn: How critical issues of fresh water and waste removal might have been solved Labor-saving minimal designs to aid in the care of the animal kinds Historical efforts to determine feasible details of the Ark and its journey. What details are actually revealed in the Bible concerning Noah’s Ark? What do we know of the pre-Flood world? Did the skills exist during Noah’s time for a boat like the Ark to be built? Discover the answers to these and many other questions about one of the most amazing accounts in history, and realize God’s Word regarding the history of God’s world is true!
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Provides an inside view of the ark Noah built to save the animals, such as pigs, cows, frogs, and moose, from the flood. On board pages.
POP-UP & LIFT-THE-FLAP BOOKS. Children can join in with the story of Noah and his journey with the animals as they lift the flaps on every page to see what is hiding beneath. Illustrated with warm and endearing artwork. Ages 0+
Based on the exhibits at the Ark Encounter in Kentucky, this fascinating little book presents big answers for little kids about how the Ark was designed, what the animals may have looked like, and how they were cared for. Along with its fun and engaging rhyme, the colorful and detailed illustrations give a window into Noah’s amazing journey! Discover the unique “technology” on board the ArkPresents the “how and why” of this biblical accountUnique illustrations specially created for this project
A full-scale survey of children's picturebooks of this century, examining and evaluating numerous notable books and the work of notable illustrators, from E. Boyd Smith and Wanda Gag to Maurice Sendak and Margot Zemach
Relates stories from the Bible from the perspective of a dove on the ark, David's slingshot, the star of Bethlehem, and more. Includes discussion questions for adults and children.
'Morrison's thriller never pauses for breath... fast and furious with instant gratification' Daily Mail Do the remains of Noah's Ark really exist? Before he dies, the father of ambitious young architect Dilara Kenner leaves her tantalising clues about the location of the legendary historical artefact - Noah's Ark. The most fabled relic of all time, the search for Noah's Ark has obsessed many over the years. And when Dilara starts her quest - aided by former army engineer Tyler Locke - she rapidly becomes transfixed by the thought of discovering it. But there are sinister forces gathering who have deadly reasons for wanting to be the first ones to get to the relic. From a helicopter crash in the Atlantic, to a sinister sect in Arizona's Mojave desert, to the remote slopes of Mount Ararat, this thrilling page-turner blends nonstop action with fascinating historical fact.
Take a deep look inside the "Belly of the Beast," and uncover how the animals lived inside Noah's remarkable Ark. Children and parents, alike, will have endless fun flipping through 40 pages of beautifully hand-drawn illustrations, all while taking a look at one of the Bible's oldest tales.
"Peterson writes of nature with an intimacy that tugs at the reader's deep memory."—Orion This is the story of a life and spirit guided by animals. Brenda Peterson was raised in the High Sierras on a national forest lookout station, and wildlife had a daily, defining influence on her life. Peterson explores her deep connection with animals, from watching grizzlies in Montana's Rockies, to keeping Siberian huskies as pets in New York City, to her work for the restoration of wild wolves. Her lively storytelling bridges the worlds of human and animal, as she fascinates us with intimate stories of her studies of wild dolphins, whales, and orcas. Peterson reveals how animal bonds have enriched her life and led her toward a wider epiphany: As a species we cannot live without other animals. "[A] wealth of fascinating anecdotes and insights...[an] engaging memoir."—Publishers Weekly