Dad of Divas' Reviews: Book Review - Hank Finds an Egg

Sunday, February 17, 2013

Book Review - Hank Finds an Egg

About the Book
Delight young children with this endearing and uniquely illustrated wordless picture book! While walking through the forest, Hank finds an egg on the forest floor. After spotting its nest high up in a tree, he uses his ingenuity to help get the egg home safe and sound, and is joyfully rewarded with newfound friends!

According to educators, wordless picture books engage young children, encouraging them to express stories and concepts in their own ways. Hank's endearing and genuine kindness will inspire readers young and old to believe in themselves and in the goodness of others.

About the Author
Author Rebecca Dudley is a builder, creator, photographer, and artist. She makes everything that appears in her illustrations: the trees, leaves, ponds, skies, and the creatures themselves. She lives in Evanston, Illinois.

My Take on the Book
You will be so totally surprised and enchanted with this story by Rebecca Dudley. It is done in all 3-D pictures and although there is no text written, the story can easily be told through the pictures. It is a story of perseverance, creativity, and thankfulness. Your child and you will be delighted with every aspect of this special picture/photo book. The book arrives just in time for spring when the birds are laying their eggs and maybe you and your child will be fortunate to witness that little miracle of nature too.

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