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Flat Stanley to the rescue!

Lately, Stanley's mood has been rather...well, flat. So the Lambchop family decides to take a camping trip for some fresh air and fun! Once camp is set up, Stanley and Arthur plan a trip of their own through the woods - with these words of advice from Mom: "Don't get lost or fall off a cliff." Unfortunately, after a close encounter with a skunk, the Lambchop brothers find themselves running as fast as they can...right up to the edge of a cliff! This is sure to be a trip to remember.

Flat Stanley's easy-to-follow adventure is filled with laughs - perfect for listening by lamp or flashlight!

©2013 the Trust under will of Richard C. Brown also known as Jeff Brown for benefit of Duncan Brown (P)2013 HarperCollinsPublishers

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Stanley and his brother, completely defied their parents rules while camping. Also, Stanley and brother jump off of a cliff as means to escape a skunk. For older kids, this is a little more acceptable because they are mature enough to recognize hazards. For a younger audience, this book is an all around no no.