The Chameleon that Saved Noah’s Ark

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Noah and his wife and sons were trying to feed all the animals on the ark, but they couldn’t figure out what the chameleons wanted to eat. They tried everything, but the chameleons just kept getting thinner and thinner. Then one night Noah’s wife climbs out of the pantry to tell Noah that there are worms in the fruit. When Noah goes down to see, his wife shows him half of a pomegranate with two little worms in it. Before Noah can say anything, the chameleon, in a blink of an eye, eats both those worms. Noah and his sons place both the chameleons down in the pantry, and in a short time, the chameleons have eaten all the worms except two that Noah kept separate in a bowl with some pomegranate seeds.

I like the story of Noah, and I like chameleons, so I like this book. There is a nice message, which is that everything has a place in nature. It is fun to look at the pictures of all the animals, and it is a fun story that goes along with the story of Noah and the ark.

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Author Yael Molchadsky • Orit Bergman, Illustrator
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 32 pages
Publisher Nancy Paulsen Books
Publish Date 05-May-2016
ISBN 9781101996768
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Issue May 2016
Category Children's


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