Noah's Ark by Brendan Powell Smith
The Brick Bible for Kids

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The story of Noah and his ark full of two of every animal on Earth has been a favorite Bible story of children for years. And now, for the first time, Noah’s Ark is brought to life through LEGOS®! 

Kids will love seeing the world’s flood and God’s subsequent covenant with Noah to never destroy mankind again played out using their favorite toys. Brendan Powell Smith, creator of BrickTestament.com and author of The Brick Bible, creates a magical “brick” world around the simplified text of the story of Noah, the flood, a wooden ark full of animals, and the promise of a rainbow. A story with a powerful message of forgiveness and love, this is the perfect gift for children.

 

About Brendan Powell Smith

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Brendan Powell Smith is the author of the bestselling Brick Bible series for adults and two children's books in the Brick Bible for Kids series: Noah's Ark and The Christmas Story. He has produced nearly five thousand illustrations retelling over four hundred Bible stories. His work can be seen on his website at www.thebrickbible.com.
 
Published May 15, 2012 by Sky Pony Press. 32 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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This interpretation of the story of Noah and his Ark combines the familiar Old Testament story with perennially popular LEGO® building blocks used to create the illustrations.

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Smith (The Brick Bible: A New Spin on the Old Testament) applies his succinct storytelling skills and photographs of Lego-constructed visual dramatizations to a classic biblical tale. Illustrations ap

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The opening spread depicts God as a Lego man in white robe with long white beard, floating above scenes of opposing armies facing off with spears, or individuals fighting, stealing, tormenting animals, quarreling, and neglecting children: “God looked at the world and saw that all the people wer...

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