One picture from illustrator Peter Spier is a true representation of the age old saying, “a picture is worth a thousand words.” Peter Spier’s Noah’s Ark was my first dip in the rich ocean (see what I did there?) of life and swarm of detail that fill his decorations. His work spans from American Documents, Biblical stories, holidays, and landmarks. Each book is packed full of large drawings that lend themselves to hours of looking, without a single word needing to be read. Forget Where’s Waldo for your next car trip; try Peter Spier.