Monday, July 15, 2013

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“Hank Finds an Egg” book review & giveaway (US)

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* Disclaimer / Disclosure: I received a free sample to facilitate my review. This post reflects my honest, personal opinion and experience with the product which may differ from yours. Product information courtesy of the sponsor. No monetary compensation was provided for this post.

My Thoughts-
“Hank Finds an Egg” by Rebecca Dudley

This book has no words, just detailed photos of a bear named Hank who finds an egg and goes on an adventure to find where is came from. The photographs are of a forest scene made with what looks like felt, clay and other materials that can be used in small scale models.

My 7 year old loved reading this book to her little sister. With no words she was able to use her imagination to tell the story the way she sees it. Each time she has “read” it she adds more and more details to the story. I love seeing her be creative with her story telling. My kids love the photos and want a Hank stuffie for their bedroom. Something else I love about this story is it shows Hank struggling with the dilemma to get the egg back to it’s home and how he doesn’t give up and tries different ideas. That is such a positive message for my kids.

I would recommend this book to anyone who works with kids or has kids. It will spur their imagination. We look forward to more books done by Rebecca Dudley.

Here is a video of the book-

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  1. Debby Chandler says:

    I just saw the cover art and thought how cute!

  2. I love the artwork! So cute and different!

  3. Kerrie Mayans says:

    I like that it allows kids to imagine what might be in the egg. Is it a bird, a fish, a frog or a baby bear?

  4. Carol L says:

    I love that there are no words because then your child becomes the creator and creates what is happening based on the pictures he or she sees. Always enjoy books that teach children a lesson as well as entertain them. Thanks for the opportunity.
    Carol L
    Lucky7450 (at) aol (dot) com

  5. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says:

    Think the animation style pics are cool
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  6. I really like the idea that it’s just pictures, without words. You can make up the dialogue yourself really. Thanks for the giveaway.

  7. This book sounds incredible. I would love to add it to my soon-to-be-used classroom library! I’m actually a huge fan of picture books without words, the kids are insanely creative with them.

  8. Karen T Gonyea says:

    It just looks like a good book for kids :)

  9. The book looks so precious, and I know my cousin would love to get this read to her!

  10. Melissa B. says:

    The photos interest me. They’re very well done.

  11. Jayme H. says:

    I like the style/artwork of the book. I really like that the book encourages imagination and creativity. It’s such a good idea.

    Thanks!

  12. Nicole Martin says:

    It’s adorable, and I think my son would love it!!

  13. The story and how the struggle to do the right thing is worth going through.

  14. Cynthia Kolakowski says:

    I like that is all pictures and you can interpret certain things as you wish.

  15. Stephanie Larison says:

    It looks like something my daughter would really enjoy.

  16. It looks cute and my daughter would love to read it

  17. Kimberly Schotz says:

    I like that the book has no words and allows you to use your imanagination

  18. I love the beautiful photos.

  19. looks like a book my dd would enjoy

  20. Jennifer Aldridge says:

    The illustrations in this book are phenomenal!

  21. Nicole Sender says:

    The video showed a darling book that children will enjoy!

  22. Sleepyheadedmom says:

    The artwork looks beautiful. I think both my son and I would really enjoy the book.

  23. Oh, this book looks adorable!!

  24. chelsea r says:

    I like the clay type artwork and the chance to make up your own story.

  25. I think this book would bring out the creativity of my 7 year old as she tried to read a book with no words.

  26. Shelley P says:

    Hank is adorable! I like that it has no words and encourages creative story telling.

  27. The freedom of imagination when a child can interpret what they are reading on their own

  28. Jill Myrick says:

    I love that it will encourage my son to use his imagination instead of relying on words to tee the story.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

  29. Eileen Burke says:

    My dog’s name is Hank so the title caught my eye.

  30. Debra Hall says:

    i was interested to see what he does with the egg

  31. Mihaela D. says:

    I like that is all pictures

  32. Michelle C says:

    I like that a child can use their imagination to tell the story.

  33. susan smoaks says:

    I like the message and the pictures!

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