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Flat Stanley's Worldwide Adventures: Showdown at the Alamo

Flat Stanley's Worldwide Adventures: Showdown at the Alamo

Scritto da Jeff Brown

Narrato da Vinnie Penna


Flat Stanley's Worldwide Adventures: Showdown at the Alamo

Scritto da Jeff Brown

Narrato da Vinnie Penna

valutazioni:
3.5/5 (11 valutazioni)
Lunghezza:
47 minuti
Editore:
Pubblicato:
Dec 23, 2013
ISBN:
9780062301093
Formato:
Audiolibro

Descrizione

Stanley's never alone in the Lone Star state!

Stanley Lambchop can't wait to visit Texas and hang out with his brother, Arthur, and friends Carlos and Eduardo. Between jamming onstage at a rock concert and horseback riding in the desert, Stanley is flying high!

But when a mysterious truck starts following them, the fun comes to a halt until a showdown at the Alamo reveals all. Is Stanley ready to face his fears with his friends by his side?

A HarperAudio production.

Editore:
Pubblicato:
Dec 23, 2013
ISBN:
9780062301093
Formato:
Audiolibro


Informazioni sull'autore

Jeff Brown created the beloved character of Flat Stanley as a bedtime story for his sons. He has written other outrageous books about the Lambchop family, including Flat Stanley, Stanley and the Magic Lamp, Invisible Stanley, Stanley’s Christmas Adventure, Stanley in Space, and Stanley, Flat Again! You can learn more about Jeff Brown and Flat Stanley at www.flatstanleybooks.com.

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  • (4/5)
    I received this book for free from the publisher through a giveaway on LibraryThing. I was excited to have won this book in particular because my 3rd grade daughter did a Flat Stanley project this year in school and she also got to attend a Flat Stanley play at our local theatre. Even though this was book #10 in the series, it can stand alone. There is enough background information given about pervious adventures and people from other stories. But I am sure most kids will more than likely choose to read the entire series in order. This book dealt with some history of Texas, Stanley's fear of wind and he overcame it, Stanley's new celebrity status, and how it's important to follow the rules. I thought Stanley's mom's last rule was cute: Always use proper grammar. Overall it was a cute story with some funny moments too.This book is perfect for preschool age children up to 4th grade. My three young girls will definitely enjoy it!
  • (3/5)
    The 10th Flat Stanley World Wide Adventures book "Showdown at the Alamo" by Jeff Brown follows Stanley on vacation to Texas with his brother Arthur to see his friends, Carlos and Eduardo. The book not only follows him on adventures in Texas and teaches the reader about Texas, but also shares Stanley's feelings about becoming famous and all that goes with it. This book is written by a different author that the creator of Flat Stanley. The writing is in a simpler form aimed at readers between the ages of 6-10. I read this with by 9 year old and it was at about her reading level as well as her understanding. She liked the book fine. She had done the Flat Stanley thing where you mail him to someone during the school year. So she was already familiar with him. She gave it 3 stars.
  • (4/5)
    Delightful story for beginning readers of Flat Stanley who is to meet his mother at the Alamo after a camping trip with his friend. Stanley has to face his fears to overcome them. I liked Stanley and his friends. He has had a wide variety of experiences and meets very interesting people. Kids can relate to Flat Stanley and watch him learn.
  • (2/5)
    I'll be honest this is the first Flat Stanley book I've ever read. I've heard of Flat Stanley but I guess that's not the same.I thought it was a cute concept and the illustrations are adorable. Even though this is the tenth book in the "Worldwide Adventure's Series" I thought you could easily read it as a stand alone or out of order. Flat Stanley brings up a few friends from his previous adventures but that's about it. This story tells of Flat Stanley's adventure in Texas with his brother, and two friends. In order to avoid all his fans (yes he's that popular) the boys decide to go horseback riding and camping. While there Flat Stanley learns to confront his fear.I received this book for free from Librarything in return for my honest, unbiased opinion.
  • (4/5)
    I was given this book in exchange for an honest review.I enjoyed the book very much. My kids have read it too many times to count - so I can honestly say they enjoyed it! The kids can identify with Stanley and can learn from his lessons. I have enjoyed the stories of Flat Stanley for years and love that no matter how old they are or how new - the lesson is fitting for every year and every kid.
  • (3/5)
    Review based on a Member Giveaway Book. This is the first Flat Stanley book I've read. I love the imaginative premise: that Stanley was flattened to 1/2" thick when his bulletin board fell on him. And he can move in positions only a paper person could: arching backwards, rolling into a ball.This book deals with overcoming fear--more precisely, that the wind can carry him away like a sail at any time, but easily a good lesson for a young reader to relate to their own fears. The book was a little slow in the first chapter, where we are caught up on some of Flat Stanley's adventures, completely needlessly. The story would move smoother if the parts that were needed for this story (who Eduardo and Calamity Jaspere are) were integrated better. And some sentences were so baldly educative (let's put in some geography & history lessons so teachers and parents will think this is a worthwhile book). Even so, I'll definitely recommend this to my grandson--the Texas policeman's slang was pretty funny.
  • (3/5)
    Meet Flat Stanley, boy adventurer, who, due to an unfortunate incident with a falling bulletin board, had been reduced to only two dimensions. But being 1/2″ thick can have it’s advantages, too!In the 10th book of the Worldwide Adventures series, Flat Stanley and his friends explore the state of Texas, and have more than a few adventures along the way. . .This is a very cute book that teaches kids not only geographical and historical facts, but also grammar and the importance of friendships and helping each other. What better way to teach kids than with a funny character like Flat Stanley, who gets into the most ridiculous predicaments due to his unfortunate circumstances.I chose to give this book only 3.5 stars, however, because I felt there were more than a few places where the author got a little off-track from the story line, where parts of the book just don’t seem to “fit” or seem a little disjointed. I feel like better editing would have solved this problem, or perhaps adding in a few more pages with smoother transitions. Over all, however, this is a great book that young kids would love!review via EpicBookQuest.com