Hogrogian, Nonny. Very Good in Good jacket. This book has a white dj with a wraparound color cover illustration and black lettering. Some dj edgewear; dj is encased in mylar to prevent further wear. Inner pages are clean. Hogrogian, winner of the Caldecott Medal, lovingly illustrates the story of Noah's Ark for young readers. Approx. 30 pages, 8"x9".
Illustrated by Author. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 0394881915. Sl edge rubbing in sl chipped DJ, with one 1" closed tear. Story of Noah's Ark illustrated by Caldecott medal winner.; Color Illustrations; 8vo 8"-9" tall; 32 pages.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. 0394881915 Nonny Hogrogian illustrations. NOAH'S ARK. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, (1986). First Edition, Second Printing. 10 x 9 in. 32 pages. Hardcover, near fine in unclipped dj, no owner's name. Illustrated in color throughout. ISBN.
Publishers Weekly, 1986-12-12 Caldecott Medalist Hogrogian has created a series of delicate, muted pictures that beautifully illustrate this biblical story. She follows the book of Genesis quite closely, from the creation to God's sorrow that ``wickedness had filled the hearts of men,'' to the building of the ark and the first drops of rain. And she chronicles, as does the Bible, Noah's ancestry: ``Noah was the son of Lamech, who was the son of Methuselah,'' right down six more generations to Seth, ``who was the third son of Adam and Eve.'' Hogrogrian has added a dimension of realism to the story by showing Noah's blueprints, his vast stores of seed and the huge timbers that comprised a frame for the ark. (4-8)
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