Noah: A Wordless Picture Book by Mark Lundy is a picture book about Noah and the building of the Ark. However, to call it just a picture book is a huge understatement. The artwork is simply stunning! You can see fine details down to the curls in the hair on a hand and that detail carries through every aspect of the book. I could hear the words of the very familiar story as I looked at the pictures throughout. Mr. Lundy's attention to detail in the art work is amazing. I do have questions about some of the pictures as to the accuracy and I think some license was taken to add to the story. I'm not sure all of the details in some of those pictures (i.e. - what appear to be Roman soldiers on horseback, dinosaurs that were not included on the ark when the rains started) should be included but a child could tell the story from the pictures. I believe an older child could tell the story from the pictures, if they know the story to begin with but I'm not sure a young child, which is typically the audience for a picture book, would be able to tell the story or even begin to understand the details of the event.
DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy in exchange for my review from The Plough Publishing House publicist, Handlebar. Opinions are solely my own and I was not compensated for this review.