Book Review: Stanley’s Stick by John Hegley and Neal Layton

stanleys stickWatch Simon Pegg read Stanley’s Stick here!

Synopsis: Stanley takes his special stick everywhere with him. It can be anything he desires: a banana, a dinosaur and even a rocket.

Themes: Creativity, imagination, the outdoors, play.

Why you should read it: A touching, lyrical, spirited story about creativity and imagination. It’s quirky, funny and inspiring.

Cross-curricular links: Forest Schools (outdoor play and learning), Art (using natural materials).

Perfect for: Children aged 5-7. You can find a book guide on The Literacy Shed Plus website. 

Published by: Hodder Children’s Books

Please do leave a comment if you have used this book in your own classroom and how you used it!

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