Imagine: The Great Flood, written by Matt Koceich, is a story of a 10 year old boy, Corey, who is struggling with having to move from Texas to Florida for his father’s job. One day while chasing his dog in the woods, he falls and hits his head. He wakes up in Mesopotamia in 2400 B.C.
While in Mesopotamia he meets up with Noah’s sons who are rounding up animals to take them to the ark. While they are getting the animals they are being chased by superhumans. Corey prays to God for help and thinks about his home in Texas. He realizes that worrying about moving to Florida was not something to complain about.
This is a juvenile fiction book for children 8 to 12 years of age. The author takes the story of Noah’s Ark from the Bible and builds on it to make this action packed story. It is so full of adventure that it will keep the readers interest to the very end. I like how Corey spends time thinking of his home situations while he is running from the superhumans brings out the theme of forgiveness and faith in God and His love for us. I think any young reader, especially boys, would really enjoy this book.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Barbour Publishing and was under no obligation to post a review.
Publisher: Barbour Publishing
To learn more about the author go to: https://mattkoceich.wordpress.com/
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