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Join everybody's favourite flat boy for another magical adventure - It's Jeff Brown's Flat Stanley.

Invisible Stanley

It's a shock at first, but Stanley finds you can do amazing things when you're invisible. Helping Arthur perform magic . . . Foiling a daring robbery . . . Stanley is a famous hero once again. But being invisible isn't as easy as it looks!

Jeff Brown's world-famous character Flat Stanley continues to charm half a century after he first found his way into print.

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9th August '16
MicahW read it themselves aged 7 aged 7
Invisible Stanley 9781405204217
4 stars
I saw this in the library, so got it out as I have Flat Stanley and really enjoyed that book, so thought I'd see what this one was like. In this book Stanley is turned invisible, and he gets up to lots of things whilst he is invisible, such as magic shows, foiling a robbery and lots of other fun things, but it wasn't always fun being invisible.I was glad for Stanley at the end that he managed to go back to normal after being invisible, as it was only fun for him to begin with. I like Stanley and his brother Arthur, who always seems to be the one that saves him when he is in trouble. Its quite a short story and easy to read independently. I did enjoy flat Stanley slightly more, but it was still a good read. 
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About Jeff Brown

Born in New York City, Jeff Brown was a story editor and assistant film producer in Hollywood. He worked on the editorial staffs of The New Yorker and the Saturday Evening Post, and his stories appeared in these magazines and many others.





Jeff Brown died in Manhattan aged 77....

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Born in New York City, Jeff Brown was a story editor and assistant film producer in Hollywood. He worked on the editorial staffs of The New Yorker and the Saturday Evening Post, and his stories appeared in these magazines and many others. He died in Manhattan in 2003.


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