Noah's Petting Zoo

Noah s Petting Zoo This is a wonderful children s bedtime story about an old house Noah in a new neighborhood which is about to be demolished to make way for a new building Andrew a young child who loves to play with

  • Title: Noah's Petting Zoo
  • Author: Idan Hadari
  • ISBN: 9781482090390
  • Page: 466
  • Format: Paperback
  • This is a wonderful children s bedtime story about an old house Noah in a new neighborhood, which is about to be demolished to make way for a new building.Andrew, a young child, who loves to play with his friends nearby, is doing everything he can to save the old house With a great deal of courage and motivation, he turns Noah into a petting zoo, and by doing so, he helThis is a wonderful children s bedtime story about an old house Noah in a new neighborhood, which is about to be demolished to make way for a new building.Andrew, a young child, who loves to play with his friends nearby, is doing everything he can to save the old house With a great deal of courage and motivation, he turns Noah into a petting zoo, and by doing so, he helps his friend Noah to be saved.The story demonstrates to children how to crusade for what they believe in to be environmental friendly to help one s fellow man what true friendship is and of course, to like and to play with all of the adorable animals in the story Your kids will enjoy amazing paintings of a house full of all sorts of animals dogs, cats, monkeys, turtles, giraffes, cows, horses and many and a very cute yellow tractor Your kids will learn how to be Social and friendly Self motivated Environmental friendlyThe story is with simple rhyming text for children ages 3 8.

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    1. The basis of the book, as with much of Mr. Hadari's work, is about children making positive changes to their community. They do this with the innocence that only children seem capable of having, as they are too young to have had all their dreams and expectations ruined by an adult society. In this book a pleasant cottage has outlived its usefulness and is on the block to be torn down. Andrew, our protagonist, feels sympathy for the house and is determined to save it. He works his way up the chai [...]

    2. Andrew is very sad to see that the city is going to demolish Noah. He is determined to find a way to save the old house. He comes up with the idea of turning Noah into a petting zoo so everybody will see that there is a use for the old house. This book is another rhyming story which I absolutely love because rhyming stories, I feel, are always so much fun to read out loud to your kids. One great thing this story teaches kids is that not everything that is old should be torn down or thrown away a [...]

    3. Noah's Petting ZooI loved the water color illustrations ! The story flows along well with the them. A great way to teach children they CAN make difference when it's something they care deeply about. Also shows Andrew how to build a friendship, and is done in a sweet, fun way.Fairly quick read, so young ones won't get bored ! I love this book :)I gave the book a 4 star ; an interactive video would hold young children's interest better. Video does have a great voice forreading the rhyming verse. L [...]

    4. I liked the story of the boy trying to save a house. I also enjoyed the pictures and the rhyming. Well done!

    5. I won't review this book as a reviewer only, but also as a mother. I read this book to my son and he loved it. The story is about a small house named ‘Noah’ who is destined to be demolished. But he has a friend - a small boy named Andrew. Andrew tries his best to save the house, but it was not easy. He requests the tractor, the driver of the tractor and even the Mayor. But none of them could help him out. The Mayor clearly says that the house can only be saved, if it serves a purpose. With A [...]

    6. Noah, of the title, is a ramshackle old house marked for demolition. Andrew, a young boy who lives in the same well-to-do neighbourhood, is upset when he hears of this, and sets about finding ways to stop the machines moving in. His first approach is to the ‘ready for action’ tractor, who promptly denies all responsibility for whatever actions he is about to take and passes Andrew on to his driver. He, in turn, adopts the same attitude and points Andrew in the direction of the Mayor’s offi [...]

    7. I adore storylines where a child goes above and beyond to help those in need, even if the one needing help is an old house pending demolition in a rich neighborhood. The illustrations are beautiful though they do not always quite fit in with the story itself. The book has a rhythm to it, but it’s slightly skewed from time-to-time. My children and I found the illustrations confusing because Andrew went around asking all the neighbors to temporarily lend their pets, and the pets in the illustrat [...]

    8. Noah's Petting Zoo is a well written and wonderfully illustrated book I'm sure any child would enjoy. not only does it preach teamwork and helping others, but it shows children that just because something (or someone) is old, that doesn't mean it's useless.The rhyming is terrific. I'm always fond of a children's book that rhymes; it reminds me of Dr. Seuss. The rhythm can be a little clunky at times, but on the whole it runs smoothly. The character of Andrew is great; the little hero that won't [...]

    9. Charming book written in verse for young children. A feisty little boy named Andrew has a good friend named Noah, who just happens to be a house that is about to be demolished. Andrew pleads with the bulldozer, then rushes to see the mayor to stop the destruction. When Andrew is informed that Noah will have to go unless he can be proven to have a useful purpose, Andrew gets a brilliant idea that involves his friends and their pets.The story reminds me of Little House. Children will love Andrew, [...]

    10. This review is written according to the comments I got from my son, who loved the book because there are so many animals in there.He loved the idea of a boy that tries to save an old house in the neighbourhood, as we live in an all new environment, with only very little of the old houses still standing.The idea of having animals in the house to get to know them, was something he was all excited about. He was then also feeling with the boy through the story.Thanks for a great children's book with [...]

    11. A cute, well illustrated children's book, in rhyme, that follows young Andrew as he tries to save a historic building named "Noah" from being demolished. We watch as he goes up the chain of command to finally speak to the Mayor on behalf of his friend. When the Mayor agrees that he could save Noah, but only if Andrew can find a useful purpose for the old building. So Andrew comes up with an idea that all his friends support

    12. A beautiful picture book that reminds me of the old-fashioned warmth of Jane Hissey's Old Bear Stories.The moving story is told in a gentle rhyme with an excellent sense of pace and adventure. I love the sense of empowerment it will instill in readers.Highly recommended to anyone with young children, or who just loves beautiful drawings and cute animals!

    13. "Noah's Petting Zoo" is wonderfully written by Idan Hadari.There are many things in the playbut most important is formation of story and the play between characters. this makes it a pleasure to read and share.~Vibhu

    14. I hope this book giving us a really good knowledge to know. I will so impressive when storylines will be my imagination now.

    15. Noah's Petting Zoo reviewNoah's Petting Zoo is a cute rhyming children's book written by author Idan Hadari. It has some illustrations. It's for children ages 2-8.

    16. we love itKids sit quietly while I read for bedtime. Seems a little old for my 14 month old twins but I'll keep it since its a fun little read.

    17. A cute book about a boy trying to save an old, sad house by making him useful for something a petting zoo for children.

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