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Stanley's Wild Ride

by Linda Bailey

Other authors: Bill Slavin (Illustrator)

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Genre: Fantasy
Age: Early-middle elementary
Review: A book about a dog named Stanley that escapes his fenced life and goes on an adventure with his other dog friends. The book is fantasy because the dogs go out and do humans things. ( )
  jessminson | Dec 7, 2017 |
Genre: Fantasy
Review: This book is a great example of Fantasy because it has animals talking, animals riding bikes, skateboards, and grocery carts. This book brings together friendship, working together, and not giving up when an obstacle comes your way through dogs coming together to adventure past their fences.
  Kmacuk15 | Aug 31, 2017 |
Stanley thinks the grass is greener on the other side of the fence. So when he finds a whole in the fence he escapes and joins up with other canine friends. They accidentally take a wild ride on miscellaneous wheeled vehicles. Full of humor, energy and excitement! ( )
  kairstream | Jun 1, 2010 |
Genre: fantasy

Review: This is a good fantasy because it is story told through a dog's perspective. The dogs do not have human characteristics but they can talk to each other and describe what they see through their own eyes.

Character: Stanley is a good protagonist because he is represented exactly how a dog would think if he was trapped in a backyard day after day. The way he acted when he escaped from the backyard is just how a dog would act and think.
  katie.harrel | Mar 5, 2010 |
Age Appropriateness: Primary
Genre: Fantasy
Review: This is a good example of fantasy, because the dogs were able to talk and ride in wagons, carts, bicycles, and a skateboard.
Comments: -Have students continue the end of the story and decide what the dogs next adventure will be.
- Talk about dogs
Plot: This is an episodic plot, because the dogs are wandering around town running into one thing after another.
Media: Acrylics
  brookebrush | Mar 5, 2010 |
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Tired of staying in the yard all the time, Stanley the dog finds a secret way out and heads out for a night on the town where he chases cats, raids garbage cans, and takes the ride of his life on a skateboard down a steep hill.

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