Three Midwest History Plays and Then Some (published 1997): This collection of children’s plays (fourth grade on up) can be ordered by contacting Hank. Now in its second printing, these plays have been produced all over the country. The most popular is called One Good Turn, in which The Wolf discovers the book Little Red Riding Hood under a signpost, learns he is going to be shot, and then rearranges all the signs to send the right characters to all the wrong stories.
Visions of America (essay): In the summer of 2004, Hank and his Peruvian nephew traveled deep into the Andes to explore the ruins of the Chachapolla civilization. The two shared many insights about the past and the present, the USA and Peru—one seeing the world from a young adult perspective, the other from middle age. For a small fee, Hank will invite you to travel along on this 31 page adventure. Contact Hank through snail mail or email.
Rescuing the Past: In 1792, ten-year-old Oliver Spencer was kidnapped by the Shawnee and taken to live in northwest Ohio. As an old man, he wrote a book about his experiences. The city of Defiance commissioned Hank to write an original play based on the book. It premiered in August of 2007.