The Cookie Moon : Hank the Cowdog

  • by John R. Erickson
  • Narrated by John R. Erickson
  • Series: Hank the Cowdog
  • 1 hrs and 15 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When Hank makes the mistake of asking Drover what he's doing, Drover reveals his observation that the moon looks like a cookie! After some highly scientific discussion and calculations, Hank and Drover agree that the moon is a cookie, not swiss chesse. And, when Loper sets down Sally May's picnic basket, which contains some oatmeal raisin cookies, the plot thickens, and Hank realizes the cookie moon was a sign that he'll never guess what! Hank and Drover end it all by singing a funny song, "It Doesn't Make Sense."


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ever since i was a kid i have loved hank the cowboy and now my kids get to enjoy them. “AUDIBLE 20 REVIEW SWEEPSTAKES ENTRY”
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- John Putnam

Laugh out loud terrific!

If you find yourself feeling blue or need a pick-me-up or just because, take the time to read this book or listen to it on Audible. You'll be glad you did. It's just great!

My grandson, who is now twenty (20) years old and still listens to Hank's adventures, introduced me to "Hank the Cow Dog" when he (my grandson, not Hank) was still just a pup (as Hank would say). His Mom's Mom sent recorded CD's to him from her local library and new fans were born. The CD's are getting worn out from constant playing and I still laugh at Hank and Drover's (mis)adventures.

"The Cookie Moon" is another of Mr. Erickson's finest. He comes up with new ideas for stories all of which grab your attention and the songs are truly creative.

What is the moon made of? How do Hank and Drover use scientific methods to arrive at their conclusions? Does Hank manage to use his will power regarding SallyMae's oatmeal cookies and what are the results? Does Drover get his promised oatmeal cookie? Who gets the blame for the picnic basket fiasco and how did it happen? Where do the contents of the picnic basket go? I'm not going to reveal the answers to these questions. You'll just have to find out for yourself. I defy you not to smile and laugh out loud!

Thank you Mr. Erickson for Hank and all of the other characters in your stories. A grateful 70 year old grandmother.
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- E. Burke

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-26-2009
  • Publisher: Maverick Books Inc