So now my daughter thinks that there were hot air balloons in Noah's time. This story is so far off of the Bible story that it's messed with my daughter's understanding of history and inventions... It's one thing to be a bit artistic and creative in a retelling of story, but this is over the top messed up. I've never seen an accurate version of Noah's story for children anyways, so I didn't have high expectations, especially considering Noah's a pea. However, this is so grossly exaggerated that I cringe when my daughter refers to it. We've had many discussions about what things were and were not invented at that time, what is and is not Biblical, and what culture was like back then but she still thinks the movie is right and I am wrong. Maybe it's a better movie for 4th or 5th graders as they can compare and contrast it to the real Bible story, but then again, kids that old aren't always interested in VeggieTales. Just keep in mind that the more a child is exposed to incorrect info, the negative transfer will effect them even if we as parents don't think it will. I challenge parents to actually read the account of Noah straight from Genesis and then preview the movie.