All Afloat On Noah's Boat by Tony Mitton

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What happens will all the animals on Noah's Ark get grumpy and bored? Bestselling picture book team, Tony Mitton and Guy Parker-Rees are back with another wild and funny picture book.

Life aboard Noah's Ark is busy and noisy, and soon the animals begin to get grumpy. So clever Noah hatches a plan for an incredible creature cabaret to get the Ark swinging again. But what amazing act will appear for the finale?

Tony Mitton's brilliant and rhymic poetry paired with Guy Parker-Rees' vibrant and bold illustrations give a creative twist story to Noah's Ark and will engage readers of all ages!

About Tony Mitton

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TONY MITTON was born in Tripoli, North Africa, and grew up in Africa, Germany, Hong Kong, and England. He divides his time between teaching and writing children's books. He lives in Cambridge, England. Ian Whybrow's previous titles include "Again," "The Tickle Book," the award-winning Harry and the Dinosaurs series, and the Little Wolf series. Guy Parker-Rees is the illustrator of" Ducky Dives In, Perky Little Penguins," "Quiet!, "and the award-winning "Spookyrumpus.
Published September 21, 2006 by Orchard Books. 32 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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/ The leopards wiggled all their spots,” the toucans, elephants, crocodiles and other acts perform, and “the talent show was such a ball / there’s no room to tell it all.” Lines of text float across big, bright scenes of cartoon creatures cavorting aboard a vessel that’s striped like a beach umbr...

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Kids won't want to miss a beat of the action once Noah (donning an orange life vest) calls “All aboard the Ark Hotel!” When literal cabin fever puts all the animal pairs on edge, Noah finds a clever solution: he stages an animal talent show.

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The Trades

In the story, Noah builds a boat while the cartoon animals are looking on and laughing -- but when it starts to rain, they all climb aboard to stay safe and dry.

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