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Flat Stanley's Worldwide Adventures #13

The Midnight Ride of Flat Revere

Flat Stanley's Worldwide Adventures

by Jeff Brown
Macky Pamintuan

eBook

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In this exciting new installment in the Flat Stanley's Worldwide Adventure series, the Lambchop family is off to Boston, Massachusetts, for a little history and a whole lot of fun. And for parents and teachers, each Flat Stanley book is aligned to the Common Core State Standards, like multicultural adventure, plot and character development story elements, and compare and contrast.

When the Lambchop family gets to Boston, Stanley is excited to go on a Duck Tour, eat lunch at Quincy Market, and see Fenway Park baseball stadium. Stanley even gets to be in a reenactment of American Colonist Paul Revere's famous midnight ride.

But Stanley has a problem. The Lambchops' friend, Dr. Dan, is in town, too, and he's giving a speech about his cure for flatness. And he wants Stanley to talk about being flat! But does Stanley want to change and be a regular kid, or would it be better to stay flat after all?


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Publisher: HarperCollins

Kindle Book

  • Release date: October 4, 2016

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9780062366054
  • File size: 8669 KB
  • Release date: October 4, 2016

EPUB eBook

  • ISBN: 9780062366054
  • File size: 8669 KB
  • Release date: October 4, 2016

0 of 1 copy available
1 person waiting per copy

Formats

Kindle Book
OverDrive Read
EPUB eBook

Languages

English

Levels

ATOS: 4.2
Interest Level: K-3(LG)

In this exciting new installment in the Flat Stanley's Worldwide Adventure series, the Lambchop family is off to Boston, Massachusetts, for a little history and a whole lot of fun. And for parents and teachers, each Flat Stanley book is aligned to the Common Core State Standards, like multicultural adventure, plot and character development story elements, and compare and contrast.

When the Lambchop family gets to Boston, Stanley is excited to go on a Duck Tour, eat lunch at Quincy Market, and see Fenway Park baseball stadium. Stanley even gets to be in a reenactment of American Colonist Paul Revere's famous midnight ride.

But Stanley has a problem. The Lambchops' friend, Dr. Dan, is in town, too, and he's giving a speech about his cure for flatness. And he wants Stanley to talk about being flat! But does Stanley want to change and be a regular kid, or would it be better to stay flat after all?


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