Stanley and the Magic Lamp (Flat Stanley Series)

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Stanley Lambchop has found a real magic lamp with a genie inside! The genie tells Stanley he can wish for anything in the world: fame, a magical pet, superpowers -- you name it. When Stanley's family finds out about the genie, they have some wishes, too. But the more wishes Stanley makes, the stranger his own life becomes. Oh, poor Stanley!

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Overview

Stanley Lambchop has found a real magic lamp with a genie inside! The genie tells Stanley he can wish for anything in the world: fame, a magical pet, superpowers -- you name it. When Stanley's family finds out about the genie, they have some wishes, too. But the more wishes Stanley makes, the stranger his own life becomes. Oh, poor Stanley!

Stanley Lambchop has found a real magic lamp with a genie inside! The genie tells Stanley he can wish for anything in the world: fame, a magical pet, or superpowers. When Stanley's family finds out about the genie, they have some wishes too.

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Stanley Lambchop's rubbing elbows with a genie in this hilarious installment of Jeff Brown's wacky series! With illustrations from Scott Nash, this adventure has Stanley wishing for many great things -- but they don't turn out like he expects. After the boy and his family wind up with "liophant" for a pet, become a little too famous, and the kids become pseudo super heroes, the Lambchops finally "unwish all the wishes" and turn their lives back to normal (for now, that is). A fast-paced knee-slapper that will have kids charmed and wishing for more of Stanley.
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Prince Harraz is a naughty genie serving two thousand years of lamp duty. Stanley Lambchop finds the lamp, and one evening during homework, the genie appears in a puff of smoke. Harraz brings Stanley the gift of wishes, and Stanley shares the good fortune with his family. Together, the Lambchops explore their dreams of fame, athletic victory, and bravery. Eventually, the wishing leads Stanley and his brother, Arthur, into danger—although the most evil person encountered is a conceited tennis pro. The story offers some excellent examples for character education and patriotism. The Lambchops are honest, thrifty citizens, and Arthur wants to be President when he grows up. The Persian origin of the genie legend is missing from the text but creates an opportunity for cross-cultural learning. Originally published as A Lamp for the Lambchops in 1983, Flat Stanley is three dimensional in this good-hearted story about power and responsibility. 2003 (orig. 1983), HarperTrophy/HarperCollins,
— Tina Dybvik
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780606339629
  • Publisher: San Val, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 5/1/2003
  • Series: Flat Stanley Series
  • Format: Library Binding
  • Pages: 100
  • Age range: 6 - 10 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.08 (w) x 7.76 (h) x 0.49 (d)

Meet the Author

Jeff Brown created the beloved character of Flat Stanley as a bedtime story for his sons. He has written other outrageous books about the Lambchop family, including Flat Stanley, Stanley and the Magic Lamp, Invisible Stanley, Stanley's Christmas Adventure, Stanley in Space, and Stanley, Flat Again!

Macky Pamintuan is an accomplished illustrator. He lives in the Philippines with his wife, Aymone; their baby girl, Alison; and their pet Westie, Winter.

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Chapter One

Prince Haraz

Almost a year had passed since Stanley Lambchop had gotten over being flat, which he had become when his big bulletin board had settled on him during the night. It had been a pleasant, restful time for all the Lambchops, as this particular evening was.

Dinner was over. In the living room, Mr. Lambchop looked up from his newspaper. "How nice this is, my dear," he said to Mrs. Lambchop, who was darning socks. "I am enjoying my paper and your company, and our boys are studying in their room."

"Let us hope they are," said Mrs. Lambchop. "So often, George, they find excuses not to work."

Mr. Lambchop chuckled. "They are imaginative," he said.

In their bedroom, Stanley and his younger brother, Arthur, were doing homework. They wore pajamas, and over his Arthur also wore his Mighty Man T-shirt, which helped him to concentrate.

On the desk between them was what they supposed to be a teapot—a round, rather squashed-down pot with a curving spout, and a knob on top for lifting. A wave had rolled it up onto the beach that summer, right to Stanley's feet; and since Mrs. Lambchop was very fond of old furniture and silverware, he had saved it as a gift for her birthday, now only a week away.

The pot was painted dark green, but streaks of brownish metal showed through. To see if polishing would make it shine, Stanley rubbed the knob with his pajama sleeve.

Puff! Black smoke came from the spout.

"Yipe!" said Arthur. "It's going to explode!"

"Teapots don't explode." Stanley rubbed again. "I just—"

Puff! Puff! Puff! They came rapidly now, joining toform a small cloud in the air above the desk.

"Look out!" Arthur shouted. "Double yipes!"

The black cloud swirled, its blackness becoming a mixture of brown and blue, and began to lose its cloud shape. Arms appeared, and legs, and a head.

"Ready or not, here I come!" said a clear young voice.

Now the cloud was completely gone, and a slender, cheerful-looking boy hovered in the air above the desk. He wore a sort of decorated towel on his head, a loose blue shirt, and curious, flapping brown trousers, one leg of which had snagged on the pot's spout.

"Florts!" said the boy, shaking his leg. "Collibots! I got the puffs right, and the scary cloud, but- There!" Unsnagged, he floated down to the floor and bowed to Stanley and Arthur.

"Who rubbed?" he asked.

Neither of the brothers could speak.

"Well, someone did. Genies don't just drop in, you know." The boy bowed again. "How do you do? I am Prince Fawzi Mustafa Aslan Mirza Melek Namerd Haraz. Call me Prince Haraz."

Arthur gasped and dived under his bed.

"What"s the matter with him?" the genie asked. "And who are you, and where am I?"

"I'm Stanley Lambchop, and this is the United States of America," Stanley said. "That's Arthur under the bed."

"Not a very friendly welcome," said Prince Haraz. "Especially for someone who's been cooped up in a lamp." He rubbed the back of his neck. "Florts! One thousand years, with my knees right up against my chin. This is my first time out."

"I must have gone crazy," said Arthur from under the bed. "I am just going to lie here until a doctor comes."

"Actually, Prince Haraz, you're here by accident," Stanley said. "I didn't even know that pot was a lamp. Was it the rubbing? Those puffs of smoke, I mean, that turned into you?"

'Were you scared?" The genie laughed. "Just a few puffs, I thought, and I'll whoooosh up the spout."

"Scaring me wasn't fair," said Arthur, staying under the bed. "I just live in this room because Stanley's my brother. It's his lamp, and he's the one who rubbed it."

"Then he's the one I grant wishes for," said Prince Haraz. "Too bad for you."

"I don't care," said Arthur, but he did.

"Can I wish for anything?" Stanley asked. "Anything at all?"

"Not if it's cruel or evil, or really nasty," said Prince Haraz. "I'm a lamp genie, you see, and we're the good kind. Not like those big jar genies. They're stinkers."

"Wish for something, Stanley." Arthur sounded suspicious. "Test him out."

"I'll be right back," Stanley said, and went into the living room.

"Hey!" he said to Mr. and Mrs. Lambchop. "Guess what?"

"Hay is for horses, Stanley, not people," Mr. Lambchop said from behind his newspaper. "Try to remember that."

"Excuse me," Stanley said. "But you'll never guess-"

"My guess is that you and Arthur have not yet finished your homework," said Mrs. Lambchop, looking up from her mending.

"We were doing it," said Stanley, talking very fast, "but I have this pot that turned out to be a lamp, and when I rubbed it, smoke came out, and then a genie, and he says I can wish for things, only I thought I should ask you first. Arthur got scared, so he's hiding under the bed."

Mr. Lambchop chuckled. "When your studying is done, my boy," he said. "But no treasure chests full of gold and diamonds, please. Think of the taxes we would pay!"

"There is your answer, Stanley...

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Table of Contents

Prologue 1
1. Prince Haraz 7
2. The Askit Basket 19
3. In the Park 39
4. The Brothers Fly 59
5. The Last Wish 81
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  • Posted October 16, 2011

    Best

    It was the best book i ever read in my life! it was funny when stanley wished for a lion and a elephant so he got a liophant! It was cool when stanley,arther,and prince hadard fight crime! If you have a nook pay for this book for 3 oo

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 15, 2012

    Highly Recommended

    This is a great book. My son loves reading this adventurous book.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 18, 2012

    Ma MAGIC

    The best book

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 25, 2011

    This is a good sample

    This is a good book. You should put in some more of these samples . Thank you so much for letting me read your good book. I want to give a shout out to jeff brown

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 5, 2010

    Imagination runs wild!

    How exciting is it to see the eyes of your grandchild light up at the sight of a book? You will get lost in the adventure with Flat Stanley as he takes yet another trip on the imagination highway. A can't miss book for any 5 year old.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 17, 2006

    Stanley in another adventure

    An amusing story. Somehow nothing goes quite how the Lambchop family expect when they use the magic lamp.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 29, 2012

    Magic lamp

    A genie who meets Mr lamchop

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 27, 2012

    Crap how do i delete it it was for my lil.brother bit no room how to delete

    Sucks

    1 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted September 29, 2012

    Happy

    I belive in magic

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    Posted June 9, 2012

    Read this book!

    Read this book!This book is good for young children

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    Posted February 19, 2012

    Awsome

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    Posted December 3, 2011

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    Posted March 13, 2014

    Omg i love it

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