“Noah, Noah, What Do You See?”

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The book for review is “ Noah, Noah, What Do You See?” by Bill Martin Jr and Michael Sampson and illustrated by Melissa Iwai. It falls in the genre of Juvenile nonfiction, religion,Bible stories and general. They are also authors of “Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?” and “Chicka Chicka, 1,2,3” as well.

This book is about scenes from the Bible. You learn about Adam and Eve, Noah and the ark, Joseph and the coat of many colors, David and his slingshot and Daniel and the lions just to name a few.

The words are set to rhyme so the flow is nice. It being a hard cover book is perfect for little ones to hold on to and read over and over again without it being damaged too much. This is perfect for little ones teething as they look at pictures. The illustrations are colorful, wonderful and will keep a child’s attention, especially if one is not able to read on one’s own. The words are simple which is perfect for a beginnubf reader as well. It’s perfect for parents to read to their child as a night-time bed story or just for bonding time.

Each section of rhyme has a Bible scripture at the bottom that can lead you to where the information was taken from. This is a good opportunity for parents to share a love for the Bible by looking up the scripture with their child.

This is a sweet book to give as a gift to a young child or to one of your own. It is well constructed, sturdy and will keep the attention of the child. That is my plan for the book to give it as a gift.

I received this book for review in exchange for an honest review.

This book will be released January 31, 2017.

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