Stanley Lambchop is just a normal guy. At least it was him until that night his bulletin board fell off the wall and flattened it. Suddenly Stanley can crawl under doors, send himself across the country in an envelope and fly like a kite! But banality also has the serious side of him. By Jeff Brown.
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Stanley Lambchop is a normal boy with a mother, father and younger brother named Arthur. He then he thinks of a bulletin board in his sleep. He isn’t hurt, but his size changes. According to doctors’ measurements, he is now three feet long, three feet wide and one inch thick.
By Jeff Brown
When Stanley is attacked by a bulletin board in his sleep, he discovers that an apartment has its advantages.
Flat Stanley is a simple and fresh idea. Stanley Lambchop is a little boy who throws a bulletin board at him one night. He is not injured by the scoreboard - instead he lies flat. The story tells of his family and his adventures.
Jeff Brown, a magazine editor and short story writer who created Flat Stanley, the two-dimensional hero of a long series of children’s books, died Wednesday in Manhattan. He was 77 and lived on the Upper East Side. The cause was a heart ■■■■■■ he suffered while walking near his home, the family said.
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