Stuttering Stan Takes a Stand

Stuttering Stan Takes a Stand Teased and bullied about his stuttering Stanley the squirrel refuses to let on that his feelings are being hurt until one day he learns an important lesson from a new friend Ages Easy reader wi

  • Title: Stuttering Stan Takes a Stand
  • Author: Artie Knapp
  • ISBN: 9780983135548
  • Page: 212
  • Format: Paperback
  • Teased and bullied about his stuttering, Stanley the squirrel refuses to let on that his feelings are being hurt, until one day he learns an important lesson from a new friend Ages 6 10 Easy reader with spot illustrations

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    About “Artie Knapp”

    1. Artie Knapp

      American writer Artie Knapp is the author of 40 published children s literature works that includes books, videos, stories and poems His children s stories have been featured in several course books by Orient BlackSwan, Oxford University Press, Pearson Education, and The Chart Institute in Japan, among others Additionally, Artie s work has been published in various magazines and newspapers, as well as online publications Among his writing credits are the children s books, Stuttering Stan Takes a Stand, and Living Green A Turtle s Quest for a Cleaner Planet, a shortlist finalist for the Green Earth Book Award He is a member of The Society of Children s Book Writers and Illustrators, and graduated from Ohio University Artie lives in Cincinnati, Ohio, with his wife and daughter.To learn about Artie and his work, please visit him online at artieknapp.

    154 thoughts on “Stuttering Stan Takes a Stand”

    1. I like the book very much: both story and other stuff (e.g. illustrations, the size of letters). I feel like many children could associate with Stan. Whether they stutter or not, it's great to have a role model, like Stan, who is able to "take a stand" against a bully. This thin book shows also the power of friendship and ability to accept ourselves in the way we are. As I said, I like also the illustrations, but there could be more of them. Anyway, I definitely recommend the book to every child [...]


    2. My Review: I have review a lot of books that talks about bullying and this story is no different. It’s about a stuttering squirrel named Stanley and his courage to stand up to a mean nasty raccoon named Raker who finds joy in bullying others. This is a must read for every child who stutter. FTC Disclosure: I received a review copy of this book from the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. I was not monetarily compensated for my opinion in any way.


    3. The story was good. Using animals to teach values and manners is a safe way to help kids learn lessons for life. I enjoyed the story line as well as the characters. My 12 and 10 year olds also enjoyed reading it even though they are well advanced in reading at this time.



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