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What to know: Great addition to any child's video library.
Recommended age 5-12
27 minutes
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A big treat. Those familiar with the story were anxious to see if it was accurate to the version they knew. We viewed this with a group of kindergarteners and first grade students and both groups were equally enchanted. Several asked to watch it again the following day. In a discussion with the kids later, several pointed our their personal knowledge of the story and how the film verified the details of the story. The film's message is not lost on these young people who all said that Noah was tested by God for his faith.

The kids gave it 5 out of 5 stars and thought that kids their age would enjoy it best. (ages 5 to 12). By Julie S., KIDS FIRST!

Great addition to any children's video library, well produced and thoroughly engaging. James Earl Jones' narration is perfect for the story and makes it appealing to a contemporary audience.

In this animated adaptation of the Biblical story, Noah goes against all odds to build an extraordinary ark to protect his family from the threat of a great flood. He carefully gathers all the world's animals two by two and sets sail through uncharted waters.

I really enjoyed this animated story based on Peter Spier's Caldecott-winning picture book. Its script by Eleanor R. Klulleseide is probably the best version of this Biblical story. The music by The Police's Stewart Copeland and narration by James Earl Jones wrap it up in a nice package that early learners will enjoy along with their parents.

The film's message is about perseverance and trust in god. At the end of the story, Noah's family makes it to safety and God makes a promise to him symbolized by a rainbow.

I give this short film 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 5 to 12, plus adults.

A moving drama enacting with heartwarming emotion Noah's heroic mission to rescue all creatures great and small. Based on the book by Peter Spier. Narrated by James Earl Jones. Music is by Stewart Copeland of "The Police." Narration in English, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Korean, and Spanish. Directed by Steve Majaury and Rick Morrison. Produced by Joshua Greene.
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