So I teach a boy who speaks both English and Czech. I don't know Czech. Sometimes for laughs, the family asks me to read something in Czech out loud to them. I'm a good sport. But the thing William and I like to do most is get picture books and make up our own story. Here is the latest book I have discovered.
This is a 64 page, hardcover, wordless epic tale of Noah.
As you can see, the artwork is gorgeous.
Without having one written word, the book tells a story about Noah's relationship with his family, the natural world, God, animals, and a daunting engineering challenge.
It's beautiful. So whether the people in your home speak different languages, don't speak yet, or really just like pictures...this book is great for everyone.
Mark Ludy is the author of this book. He is a Colorado native and has written or illustrated eight children’s books including The Farmer, The Flower Man, The Grump, When I Was a Boy I Dreamed, When I Was a Girl I Dreamed, and Jujo the Youngest Tribesman.
Mark’s website: http://www.markludy.com
Official NOAH website: http://www.plough.com/en/ebooks/n/noah
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