Noah had woodpeckers on the ark

When Noah's ark nearly went under

It is pouring insane, a real deluge. So Noah wants to let the animals into his ark. He and his help, the emperor penguin, have our hands full. There is a crowd and shoving, so Noah orders that everyone has to queue in pairs. The rule for living together is also clear: it must be peaceful. The buzzard grumbles right away: “Can't do this, can't do that.” Then everyone is accommodated, only the grumpy Mr. Rhino is missing and can only be set in motion with the help of a carrot. He is convinced that nobody likes him.
The woodpecker then suddenly hacked a hole in the ship's wall, causing water to penetrate. Everyone is afraid of drowning. Noah has an idea! This prevents the ship from sinking and Mr. Rhino is ... more

It is pouring insane, a real deluge. Therefore Noah wants to let the animals into his ark. He and his help, the emperor penguin, have our hands full. There is a crowd and shoving, so Noah orders that everyone has to queue in pairs. The rule for living together is also clear: it must be peaceful. The buzzard grumbles right away: “Can't do this, can't do that.” Then everyone is accommodated, only the grumpy Mr. Rhino is missing and can only be set in motion with the help of a carrot. He is convinced that nobody likes him.
The woodpecker then suddenly hacked a hole in the ship's wall, causing water to penetrate. Everyone is afraid of drowning. Noah has an idea! This prevents the ship from going down and suddenly Mr. Rhino is a hero.
A story from the Bible, told a little differently and very lovingly. The wonderful illustrations, in which there are a lot of small details to discover, go well with this. The children learn about eccentricities and outsiders, but also about friendship and solidarity.
A wonderful book.