Posted by: nancyisanders | August 29, 2015

Book Review: Noah’s Voyage


Noah’s Voyage (Adventure Bible)
Zonderkidz: I Can Read! Level 2
Pictures by David Miles

Noah has a great big job to do for our great big God! Closely following the biblical account, the age-appropriate vocabulary is perfect for children who are learning to read with help. Young readers follow Noah as he hears from God about how people aren’t following God’s rules so God is going to send a flood. Noah does everything God tells him to do including building an ark and bringing all the animals on board. God kept Noah, his family, and the animals safe during the flood. When the flood was over, God dried up the earth. “Then God did something wonderful. He put a rainbow in the sky. God promised to never flood the earth ever again.”

What I Like
I like how this book teaches little children the truth in God’s Word, the Bible. This account is historical (it tells how Noah was 600 years old when the flood came). The illustrations support the biblical text (the ark’s proportions show how large it really was and could easily hold giraffes and elephants and more!). This book helps teach children that our faith is evidence-based on actual world history such as Noah and the Flood and not just based on fairy tales. I especially like the reminder that God put the rainbow in the sky to remember that he will never again send a flood to wash away the sins on the earth…God doesn’t need to because he sent Jesus to wash away our sins instead! Highly recommended.

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