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Stanley's Garage [PDF / EPUB] Stanley's Garage Ring Ring Another phone call for Stanley s Garage but can he fix all the cars with problems today There s an overheating radiator, a flat tyre, and a bit of an oily mess What a job for Stanley and his Ring Ring Another phone call for Stanley s Garage but can he fix all the cars with problems today There s an overheating radiator, a flat tyre, and a bit of an oily mess What a job for Stanley and his pick up truckJoin Stanley and friends for a mucky adventure in this colourful new series from William Bee.


About the Author: William Bee

William Bee was born in London but now lives in the English countryside In addition to writing children s books, he races a vintage sports car, is an international skier, and when at home tends his lawns and meadows.



10 thoughts on “Stanley's Garage

  1. says:

    Is there no end to this mouse s talent He certainly is a jack of all trades In this book, Stanley gives us an idea what happens at garage fix it shop for cars and trucks Perfect for young listeners.


  2. says:

    I love the williambee Stanley books and this is no exception At home reading to my own kids I slip into my version of a British accent while reading them, which only adds to the fun of enjoying them together.In this episode little ones can identify tools, colors, and assorted vehicles.


  3. says:

    My 3.5 year old son loves these books He laughs and also memorizes them so he can read them to me.


  4. says:

    My son likes this book, but I think it is a bit boring I do appreciate that it teaches some colors.


  5. says:

    The simply told and brightly illustrated story shows Stanley working in his garage and helping his friends with their car problems.


  6. says:

    Spike learned how to close a book with this one.


  7. says:

    This is my 1.5 year old daughter s favorite book She loves the whole series I have to say, I wasn t thrilled with them initially but after my 1,000th reading, I m really starting to pick up on the nuances of Stanley s existence He is an auto mechanic, a diner owner operator, a construction worker, a farmer, and a postal worker That is one industrious hamster He ends every day exactly the same way, so maybe he s obsessive compulsive He s also very into hats Additionally, I ve becomei This is my 1.5 year old daughter s favorite book She loves the whole series I have to say, I wasn t thrilled with them initially but after my 1,000th reading, I m really starting to pick up on the nuances of Stanley s existence He is an auto mechanic, a diner owner operator, a construction worker, a farmer, and a postal worker That is one industrious hamster He ends every day exactly the same way, so maybe he s obsessive compulsive He s also very into hats Additionally, I ve becomeinvested in the cast of supporting characters Charlie is the most fascinating we learn he s a slob and a heartthrob in Stanley the Mailman but Myrtle, Hattie, Shamus and Little Woo also have their intriguing qualities How has Hattie s employment at the diner affected her friendship with Stanley Is Myrtle s car always breaking down because she s such a speed demon or is it a cry for Stanley s attention What happened to Little Woo s mother Is Shamus a widower There s a new Stanley book coming out in 2017 where it s rud Stanley is going into the retail business Even if MJ has outgrown Stanley by that time I ll probably pick it up just to see how my favorite rodents are getting on Cheers to William Bee


  8. says:

    Stanley the Hamster runs his own garage where he helps his friends with their car trouble The simple yet colorful illustrations contrast beautifully with the white space creating very eye catching pictures for young readers Preschoolers are bound to love Stanley I like how helpful and friendly Stanley is as he fills gas tanks, changes flat tires, fills radiators, and gets oily fixing cars The simple text is short and sweet and perfect for sharing with preschoolers and even toddlers who have Stanley the Hamster runs his own garage where he helps his friends with their car trouble The simple yet colorful illustrations contrast beautifully with the white space creating very eye catching pictures for young readers Preschoolers are bound to love Stanley I like how helpful and friendly Stanley is as he fills gas tanks, changes flat tires, fills radiators, and gets oily fixing cars The simple text is short and sweet and perfect for sharing with preschoolers and even toddlers who have very short attention spans A winner through and through


  9. says:

    The illustrations are bright and colorful, the text is simple to read, there are no busy backgrounds, and basic preschool concepts are introduced without seeming didactic For every two page spread, a new colored vehicle arrives at Stanley s garage seeking help At the end, Stanley has a nice bath supper and gets to bed by 9, making this book an easy read at bedtime People who knowabout cars than I do basically everyone may quibble with Stanley s solutions, but you can t fault his cuten The illustrations are bright and colorful, the text is simple to read, there are no busy backgrounds, and basic preschool concepts are introduced without seeming didactic For every two page spread, a new colored vehicle arrives at Stanley s garage seeking help At the end, Stanley has a nice bath supper and gets to bed by 9, making this book an easy read at bedtime People who knowabout cars than I do basically everyone may quibble with Stanley s solutions, but you can t fault his cuteness


  10. says:

    This title is one in a series of books about Stanley the hamster and his rodent friends Bee s digital illustrations utilize basic shapes composed of thick black lines, filled with primary colors The illustrations are on a white background, along with one to two sentences of text per page, making for a clean book The story is enjoyable and demonstrates what happens in a repair garage The book itself is a nice size, with a sturdy puffy cover This series would work well for storytimes, read al This title is one in a series of books about Stanley the hamster and his rodent friends Bee s digital illustrations utilize basic shapes composed of thick black lines, filled with primary colors The illustrations are on a white background, along with one to two sentences of text per page, making for a clean book The story is enjoyable and demonstrates what happens in a repair garage The book itself is a nice size, with a sturdy puffy cover This series would work well for storytimes, read alouds, and beginning readers


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