Flat StanlEEE

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Flat Stanley and Flat StanlEEE Biography

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Flat Stanley is a 1964 children's book written by Jeff Brown and

originally illustrated by Tomi Ungerer.

"Stanley Lambchop and his

younger brother Arthur are

given a big bulletin board by

their father to display pictures

and posters. He hangs it on

the wall over Stanley's bed.

During the night the board

falls from the wall, flattening

Stanley in his sleep. He

survives and makes the best

of his altered state, and soon

he is entering locked rooms

by sliding under the door, and

playing with his younger

brother by being used as a

kite. One special advantage is

that Flat Stanley can now

visit his friends by being

mailed in an envelope. Stanley even helps catch some art museum

thieves by posing as a painting on the wall. Eventually Arthur changes

Stanley back to his proper shape with a bicycle pump."  Wikipedia

However, Flat Stanley has grown far beyond his humble origins of a

bedtime story by Brown for his sons. Flat Stanley, in his many

character incarnations, has become a learning tool and world-wide

ambassador for children's imaginations and friendship.

Flat Stanley has his own website, with apps, books, maps, and he has

a Flat Stanley Project website of resources.

On this website Flat StanlEEE is an

adventurer and educator from Mrs.

Gonzales First Grade Class

Kerens Elementary School

200 Bobcat Lane

Kerens, Texas 7514

Here is Flat StanlEEE's biography.