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.
Ages 4 to 8.
Full color throughout.
10-1/4 inches wide x 8-1/2 inches high.
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.
BOOKLIST, ★STARRED REVIEW★
''A quietly magical little book.''
PUBLISHERS WEEKLY, ★STARRED REVIEW★
''An artist to watch.''
''Impressively staged photographs.''
SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL
''Dudley uses felt, paper, stone, and a variety of other materials to create her dreamy world . . . readers will want to take time to look again and again at the fine detail in the photos.''
THE NEW YORK OBSERVER
''Destined to become the [book] that kids who are three today will look at with their own kids 30 years from now.''
THE NEW YORK TIMES
''A rare picture-book pleasure: a wholly original take on storytelling.''
A FUSE #8 PRODUCTION (BY ELIZABETH BIRD, SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL)
''Beautiful from start to finish . . . something special, no question.''
NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY
One of 23 picture books selected for NYPL's ''100 Titles for Reading and Sharing 2013''
Best Autumn 2013 Picture Books
THE HUFFINGTON POST
Best Picture Books of 2013, Honorable Mention
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