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Who Built the Ark? by Harriet Ziefert
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Who Built the Ark?

by Harriet Ziefert

Other authors: Richard Eric Brown (Illustrator)

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0670851604, Mass Market Paperback)

For everyone who loves the popular nursery rhyme, "Who Built the Ark?", here's a panoramic book version featuring Rick Brown's eye-catching artwork. As each verse is unfolded, a new scene is revealed until the image is fully extended in a vibrant stand-up frieze of Noah, the Ark, and the animals in two-by-two fashion. Full color.

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The nursery rhyme becomes a panoramic book, opening to eighty inches, with verses on the back and a simple musical arrangement at the end.

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