Hank Finds Inspiration
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Hank Finds Inspiration

3.43 of 5 stars 3.43  ·  rating details  ·  46 ratings  ·  12 reviews
WHAT IS INSPIRATION? AND WHERE IS IT HIDING?

Stanley is in desperate need of some inspiration. And what better place to find it than the big city? It doesn’t take his pal Hank the Snake long to decide that maybe he, too, could use some inspiration. But where does inspiration hide? No two people have the same answer. Finally, in an art gallery, inspiration finds Hank when he...more
Hardcover, 40 pages
Published September 16th 2008 by Roaring Brook Press
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Kathleen Dixon
I just love the art of the illustrations in these books by Craig Frazier, and the stories are fun. The grandchildren wanted to look at this one again immediately after the first read through, though they still hadn't quite got the concept of 'inspiration' - there's time enough for that as they keep growing older.
Alicia
Hank the snake is looking for inspiration, and visits the big city to find it. He asks many people where they get theirs, and he follows their diverse suggestions to an art gallery and home, finding that his inspiration is close to his own, sinuous shape. One could potentially find inspiration anywhere, and I am grateful for Frazier's inspiration for this charming picture book. A true delight.
Roxanne Hsu Feldman
I like the graphic elements of this book -- clean, with high definition. I'm not sure that it holds up to tell a cohesive story. The repetition gets slightly tedious. The happy ending is lovely, even if it is not really satisfying.
Amy Carr
Just a really uninteresting, abstract book. Kids didn't like it, I thought it was a yawner to read out loud, and I didn't really get the point. Skip it...go read Chicken Cheeks another time.
STEPHANIE
Oct 23, 2008 STEPHANIE rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: children
Recommended to STEPHANIE by: reviewed for public library
Shelves: kiddie-books
This story is about a snake who ventures out in the city to find out what inspiration is. The ending wasn't all that great, but Hank the snake does learn how to find his inspiration.
Sara
Cute little book about Hank the snake and his search for inspiration. When he finally finds it, he's surprised at how easy it was.
Annie
great little story about the meaning of inspiration and where you can find it in the smallest of places :)
Mrs Bond
Hank the snake explores the city in search of inspiration. Speaks with many people who share their sources.
Rachel
Bold graphic illustrations with stylized people and places. Hank the Snake is a fun character.
Tina
"snakes, sequel to Stanley, art, inspiration"
Valerie
written above children's heads

Paige
eh...it was okay; nothing spectacular
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