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Flat Stanley - 2/10/2017 2:40:25 PM   
KarenVA


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Have you ever read Flat Stanley to your kids or grandkids? It's about a little boy whose bulletin board fell on him and flattened him like a pancake. So, his brother stuck him into an envelope and mailed Stanley to his grandparents for a visit. It's a really cute story. Anyway, our 8 year old DGD's third grade class read the story and they made their own flat people. Our DGD sent hers to us--to take pictures and send a write up about our city and our state.

So, we just had adventures with Flat Audrey in Colonial Williamsburg!! We had the best visit with a new re-inactor--young Thomas Jefferson, who was kind enough to be photographed with her!!




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RE: Flat Stanley - 2/10/2017 5:48:04 PM   
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I haven't read the book but my ddil took Flat Stanley with her wherever she went for quite awhile. She's a preschool teacher and the kids had a great time with this. Stanley has shown up in the oddest places ....

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RE: Flat Stanley - 4/26/2017 5:42:58 PM   
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A friend's mom passed away recently. There were 11 children in the family and it was the first time they'd all been together in quite some time. They took a photo of mom - Flat Pat - several places with them that week because they knew she would have wanted to go with all of them to dinners, etc. I loved that they tried to have as much fun as possible in the sad times.

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RE: Flat Stanley - 4/26/2017 6:06:13 PM   
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My sister took "Flat Lucy" with her on our trip to Norway a few years ago - fun stuff!

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