Here is what reviewer Connie Fletcher had to say:
"In this follow-up to Hank Finds an Egg (2013), a little stuffed animal . . . recounts to his hummingbird friend a dream in which he sails away on a dirigible across the sea and into the heavens. What’s so clever is how Dudley shows Hank doing everyday activities (like running around a field) and how his imagination transforms them into fantastic events (careening around the clouds). As before, Dudley’s images are awesome: delicate dioramas handmade from materials like clay, paper, wire, and fabric and then photographed with shallow focus to make them come popping to life. The tone is understated and sweet, and when the hummingbird asks to hear the entire dream again, Hank complies—and adult readers should also be ready to accede to similar requests from their listeners."