A retelling of six stories from the Old Testament explores the complexity of love–between brothers, friends, man and woman, parents and children, humankind and the Divine–from the perspective of Ruth, Delilah, Reuben, Rachel, Gamiel, and Jonathan.
Narrated from the point of view of the animals, this timeless story of Noah and the great flood–beautifully rendered in exquisite paintings–subtly encourages contemporary readers to be attentive to the natural world’s beauty and its needs. Full color.
This powerful and poetic story, drawn from a Kurdistani tale based on the Old Testament, retells the story of the death of Moses. With graceful and moving prose and richly colored illustrations, Gerstein has created a memorable book.
Describes how Noah obeyed God at the time of the great flood and preserved two of each kind of animal in the world.
Retells the biblical story of the great flood and how Noah and his family faithfully responded to God’s call to save life on earth.
To settle an inheritance dispute between two brothers, King Solomon tells a tale of how Jerusalem came to be founded.
The New York Times Best- Illustrated book returns Lisbeth Zwerger, recipient of the Hans Christian Andersen Medal, employs her distintive style to breathe fresh life into this well-known Bible story. Her award-winning art uses clever vignettes and striking full pages to present the menagerie of animals sailing on this amazing voyage. With grace and economy, Heinz Janisch’s text tells the full story of the flood without glossing over details. It is in every way poignant and captivating.