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The Ultimate Noah's Ark by Mike Wilks

The Ultimate Noah's Ark (1993)

by Mike Wilks

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In 1993 you could have won $10,000 by studying the painting in this book and being the first to match up 353 pairs of creatures, thereby discovering the 707th creature - the only one with no mate! To make it easier (?) the painting has been sectioned into 16 smaller pieces of the whole. And, on the pages between the illustrations is a detailed list of all the creatures you are looking for!
The prize was awarded back in 1995 and has probably long been spent. The book, however, is still a lot of fun. Adults and kids alike enjoy scrutinizing the fabulous pictures and picking out their own sets of mates, even if they can't find anywhere near all the pairs. ( )
  anneofia | May 17, 2008 |
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A pictorial representation of all the pairs of animals from Noah's Ark, accompanied by text about each one. The reader is challenged to find the one animal which has been painted without its mate.

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