Share a classic Bible story with this one-of-a-kind Hidden Pictures storybook. Winner of the Mom’s Choice Gold Award and National Parenting Seal of Approval, this unique 32-page storybook makes a perfect gift for religious holidays or milestones like a baptism, First Communion or confirmation. It's sure to be a treasured gift for years to come.
A perfect read-aloud story to share with the entire family, this book tells the story of Noah's quest to build an ark to save Earth's animals from a great flood. This hardcover picture book follows Noah's journey through simple language and vibrant Hidden Pictures scenes. Find more than 120 hidden objects throughout the beautifully illustrated pages.
Children ages 4-8 will enjoy this special retelling of the beloved story with engaging, fun puzzles to solve along the way! Crafted by childhood experts, this storybook will foster a love of reading while helping improve children’s concentration, attention to detail and more important school skills.
About the Author
Teresa Bateman is the author of multiple picture books, including Fiona's Luck and A Plump and Perky Turkey. She has also published stories in Highlights and Cricket magazines. She lives in Washington State.
Laura Huliska-Beith is the illustrator of multiple picture books, including The Goodnight Train and The Recess Queen. She lives in Kansas City, MO, with her husband and two small dogs.
“A ‘Hidden Pictures’ game enhances this tale of Noah’s Ark. Even those unfamiliar with Highlights magazine or its find-the-hidden-objects pages will immediately glean the idea from the cover, which uses smooth, shiny embossing to highlight items hidden in plain sight. . .Surrounding each page’s text, which relates the biblical story in easy yet satisfying language, are the pictures of the items readers need to find. (With) a pleasing rhyming verse. . .God’s repeated refrain to Noah is sure to strike a chord with little listeners who similarly feel out of their depths: ‘Just do your best, and I’ll do the rest.’ Children are sure to pore over the pages.” -Kirkus Reviews