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Noah: A Wordless Story

Mark Ludy

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Ernst Wiechert, courtesy of University of Lodz Repository

Reclaiming a Literary Giant

Ernst Wiechert, the master novelist who survived Buchenwald

It may happen that a nation ceases to distinguish between good and evil, warned Ernst Wiechert, a German novelist and professor, in a 1935 speech to his students, many of whom were National Socialists.

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God wanted him to build the biggest ship the world had ever seen. The future of humanity depended on it. How would his wife respond? What would the neighbors think? Was it even feasible?

Ludy’s new book, Noah, is a playful reimagining of one of the greatest stories of all time, to be enjoyed by children and adults alike. The pictures take their cues from Genesis, chapters 6 to 9, which can be read while viewing the pictures. Selected excerpts appear in the accompanying slideshow.

drawing of bridge over river

 

 

 

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Contributed By Mark Ludy Mark Ludy

Mark Ludy has written or illustrated nine children’s books, including The Farmer and two wordless picture books, The Flower Man and Noah.

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