eBook Noah's Ark epub

by Lisbeth Zwerger,Heinz Janisch

eBook Noah's Ark epub
  • ISBN: 1558587845
  • Author: Lisbeth Zwerger,Heinz Janisch
  • Genre: Christians
  • Subcategory: Bible Study & Reference
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: North-South Books; 1st Edition edition (September 1, 1997)
  • Pages: 36 pages
  • ePUB size: 1572 kb
  • FB2 size 1558 kb
  • Formats mobi docx azw lit


It's unexpected little details like these that make Zwerger's art so dear, and make the story of Noah's ark not just one of those old tales, but something alive and intriguing.

Nothing here is typical. There's a sense of urgency to the paintings, and the dark clouds lower as the family, bundled in Eastern European-looking clothes, hurries onto the boat. It's unexpected little details like these that make Zwerger's art so dear, and make the story of Noah's ark not just one of those old tales, but something alive and intriguing. 5 people found this helpful.

Noah's ark. adapted by Heinz Janisch & translated by Rosemary Lanning & illustrated by Lisbeth Zwerger. The watercolors effectively portray reflections of people and the ark mirrored in blue and silvery grey water. Elsewhere, Zwerger presents labeled plates of the pairs of animals, reminiscent of an Audubon notebook. Eccentric, if not cohesive, and appealing.

Heinz Janisch was born in Austria in 1960.

The story of Noah's ark filled with animals, and the terrible flood that covered the earth, has always held particular appeal for children-and great fascination for artists. Heinz Janisch was born in Austria in 1960. He was nominated for the 2009 Lindgren Me- morial Award and the 2010 Hans Christian Andersen Award. Lisbeth Zwerger has been accorded nearly every prize that can be given, including the highest international award for lifetime achievement, the Hans Christian Andersen Medal. Since 1981 she has devoted her extraordinary talents to children’s literature, to stories as charming and picturesque as her native Vienna.

Lisbeth Zwerger (born 1954) is an Austrian illustrator of children's books. For her "lasting contribution to children's literature" she received the international Hans Christian Andersen Medal in 1990

Lisbeth Zwerger (born 1954) is an Austrian illustrator of children's books. For her "lasting contribution to children's literature" she received the international Hans Christian Andersen Medal in 1990. Zwerger was born in Vienna in 1954. She studied 1971 to 1974 at the Applied Arts Academy of Vienna, but left before completing the course of studies. She married English artist John Rowe.

Zwerger's award-winning art uses clever vignettes and striking full pages to present the menagerie of animals sailing on this most amazing voyage.

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The story of Noah and his ark filled with animals, and the terrible flood that covered all the earth, has always held particular appeal for children - and great fascination for artists. This new version, faithful to the spirit and content of the Bible text, is graced with stylish and distinctive illustrations by internationally acclaimed artist Lisbeth Zwerger. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

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Noahs Ark Hardcover – May 29 2008. by Heinz Janisch (Author), Lisbeth Zwerger (Illustrator)

Noahs Ark Hardcover – May 29 2008. by Heinz Janisch (Author), Lisbeth Zwerger (Illustrator). Nothing here is typical.

The story of Noah and his ark filled with animals, and the terrible flood that covered all the earth, has always held particular appeal for children -- and great fascination for artists.

This new version, faithful to the spirit and content of the Bible text, is graced with stylish and distinctive illustrations by internationally acclaimed artist Lisbeth Zwerger. Fanciful yet reverent, her full-page pictures and charming vignettes offer an imaginative interpretation of this favorite Old Testament story that will appeal to all ages.

Comments: (6)
Blackworm
I am in awe of Lisbeth Zwerger's ar, and this retelling of the story of the Ark with her watercolors is so enjoyable!
Zepavitta
Lisbeth Zwerger tops my list of favorite illustrators because of books like this one. After years of enduring boring illustrations of folks in proper "biblical" clothes calmly standing by as animals filed silently onto a rectangular ark, the story was made completely new to me by this lovely book. Nothing here is typical.

There's a sense of urgency to the paintings, and the dark clouds lower as the family, bundled in Eastern European-looking clothes, hurries onto the boat. In one painting, the wind whips around unicorn galloping by. A faun hurries through the rain, looking for shelter. It's unexpected little details like these that make Zwerger's art so dear, and make the story of Noah's ark not just one of those old tales, but something alive and intriguing.
Thofyn
Perhaps it's just me, but I found the words in this version to be unusually stuffy. I really appreciated the ideas behind the way the story was told, but the words sounded too much like they had come from another world for me to enjoy them as much as the illustrations. The illustrations were mesmerising, beautiful and thoughtful. I loved the fact that more unusual animals were chosen, and the different perspectives on life inside the ark, and during the making of the ark.
Browelali
The story is not accurate! Noah didn't close the boat. God close the boat.
Marelyne
This book, quite frankly, ticked me off. There are so few times that I come across a book that I want to burn or have unpublished. This is one of those times.

The story is about Noah's Ark. There are hundreds of books about this topic and that is fine. There is no reason that there should not be. What angered me was that this book was not factual. It was as if the author had read a bunch of children's stories about Noah's Ark and decided to write one without consulting the Bible, which is the origin for the story.

In the book, God speaks to Noah and tells him there will be a flood. The author chose to summarize God's word. This is a children's book and I think summarizing in order for the reader to comprehend what is actually being said is fine. It is the whole reason why there are so many translations of the Bible. What is not fine is summarizing incorrectly and inserting "facts" which are not stated in the Bible.

The first red flag was when I came across the section saying that God told Noah the flood would come in seven days. That is a blatant lie and disregard for biblical text. God did not tell Noah that the flood would come in seven days. Noah didn't have seven days to build the Ark; he spent years building it with his sons. There were a few instances of misguided information and even the sequence of events was wrong in a few places. The author had them land on top of the mountain prior to sending out the birds, when in reality, Noah sent the birds first. I can point out more, but I will not.

If the lies were not bad enough, they had to be topped off with overall bad writing. I stopped on several pages going, huh? The wording did not make any sense in a few areas and word choices were made poorly. For instance, the book translated a Bible verse resembling something like "go forth and multiple" to "Go forth now, be fruitful and multiply, and people the earth." Really? People the earth? Populate would have made since; people the earth is just odd.

The trouble does not end there. Apparently the illustrator was incompetent as well. The clothing the illustrator drew was not appropriate for the time period. I am not a historian, but I am not an idiot either and I am pretty sure they did not have people wearing multi-layered suits and busty women with top hats and dress shoes. Some characters looked as if their clothing belonged in the circus.

Next, you come to constructing the ark. The illustrator included metal ladders and quite a few people helping Noah build the ark. If they had read the bible, they would know that everyone, even his family (at first) thought he was crazy. They would not have helped him build an ark to protect them from a flood. His family helped, but not the other people in the area. Oh, and the artist decided to throw in a centaur in the background. If I had not been reading a library copy of the book, I would have found a nice spot outside to light the book on fire while having "Light Em Up" by Fall Out Boy play in the background. Oh, and there were people walking around with umbrellas when the flood came. They did not have umbrellas back then. They had never seen rain before. It had never rained. They didn't even have a word for it. I could go on further, but I think this will be sufficient.
Rainpick
Lovely illustrations. quick delivery
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