Hank & snOLIVER Kids Books

Disclosure:  I received samples to facilitate my review.  This is my honest opinion only.  You may have a different outcome.


Hank & snOLIVER in Put Down the Phone!
  Written & Illustrated by Nate Williams
  Hardcover, 32 Pages
  Kids, February 2015
 $13.93

Synopsis:
It was a typical day for best friends Hank & snOLIVER the snake as they walk through the Bubble Gum Meadow, but then everything changes when they discover a shiny magical lamp.

A genie pops out and Hank & snOLIVER wish for a hot air balloon, but instead the genie gives them a dancing baboon. Of course, the genie doesn’t notice his mistake because he’s too busy on his phone. In the end the friends ponder the question, “Who would have known such a small phone could have hidden such a big world?”


Hank & snOliver in What Can I Be?
  Written & Illustrated by Nate Williams
  Hardcover, 32 Pages
  Kids, February 2015
  $13.93

Synopsis:
Best friends Hank & snOLIVER the snake do everything together. If Hank has a problem, snOLIVER has a solution. As career day approaches, Hank worries that everyone knows what they want to be when they grow up, except him.

snOLIVER comes to Hank’s rescue as he comes up with some pretty creative ideas of what Hank could be. Ultimately the pair learns the more they explore the more they will discover.

Nate Williams is an author and illustrator with a passion for inspiring and celebrating creativity. His clients have included Cartoon Network, The Utah Symphony, Urban Outfitters, The North Face, Converse Shoes, and in the picture book How Fast Can You Go by Creative Editions. When he’s not spending time in Argentina, he resides in Utah with his family. Find out more  at hankandsnoliver.com.

My Thoughts
Both of these books were very colorful and easy to read.  I especially liked the 'put down the phone' story because I would love to say that to everyone I see that is talking on a cell phone!  The boy, Hank, has a best friend that is a snake, who goes along with him on his adventures everyday.  It reminds me of childhood, but a more updated version.  A fun read!  I Rated These Books:  4/5 Stars ****


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