Item description for Noah's Ark; Key Lessons from the Ark and the Flood (Package of 10) by Rose Publishing...
Overview Noah's Ark pamphlet Here is a Noah's Ark pamphlet that is perfect for kids and adults. It not only shows the massive ark and animals on board, it also shows the size of the ark compared to everyday objects. Drawn to Bible measurements, this pamphlet also gives an inside view that shows how the animals could have been housed in this three-deck floating zoo. It was home to hundreds of animals for more than a year. It was larger than a soccer or football field: about 450 feet long, 75 feet wide, and 45 feet high (137m x 22.5m x13.5 m).
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Studio: Rose Publishing, Inc.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.4" Height: 0.1" Weight: 0.05 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2005
Publisher Rose Publishing, Inc.
ISBN 1596360208 ISBN13 9781596360204
Availability 19 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 20, 2016 08:48.
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Noah's Ark Oct 21, 2009
I read The Travelling Horn Player before Noah's Ark. I liked the first one enormously, but felt a little disappointed with the second one. I would still like to read all of Barbara Trepido's books however.
Sharp and sweet Aug 21, 2005
A sharp and sweet, romantically (and comically) explicit story of single motherhood and re-marriage as only British author Trapido can devise. I first read this witty tale in the mid-80s, when I was a struggling separated mom in a "picturesque" cottage with jasmine vines that bloomed through the cracks in the wall - I strongly identified with Ali, her bohemian lifestyle and her second-hand spinster ways. Now twenty years later, this is still on my "re-reading" list (despite a few outdated touches) - I have found my "Noah", we live (mostly) contentedly surrounded by our mixed-in family - and the accuracy of her depiction of married life the second and third time around and co-parenting is still keen, moving - and hilarious. Trapido is an almost forgotten treasure in the States - I place her with Margaret Drabble, Joanna Trollope and Laurie Colwin as delicious and sharp-tongued observers of women and marriage - years before chick lit arrived.