This children's book is downright adorable. Told from the point-of-view of animals, readers learn about Noah's ark. While Noah himself is not really mentioned--or people in general--the animals take center stage. They playfully board the ark, clean up, exercise, share, and hope in God. The words in this book are very large font and following a rhyming pattern. The illustrations are cute and look like watercolor art. The pages are wooden and have a sturdy feel to them. At the very end of the book, the animals go to sleep and have sweet dreams.