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Planet Stan

Stan's Ultimate Guide to Surviving Brothers

Author Elaine Wickson and Illustrator Chris Judge

Suitable for:  Age 9+

Price:  £6.99

ISBN: 978-0-19-275904-7
Publication date: 05/04/2018
Paperback: 240 pages
Dimensions: 198x129mm

Also available as an ebook

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Description

Stan loves a calming, ordered environment. His dinosaur-loving younger brother Fred is the opposite: chaotic, messy, prone to leaving snails under Stan's bed. As Stan struggles to cope with his high maintenance brother and his hair-brained schemes he charts all the ups and downs of his life in a series of hilarious infographics.

This page was last updated on 17 November 2019 at 04:30 GMT

Reviews

  • Shortlisted for the Laugh Out Loud Book Awards 2020 -
  • 'Space, family relationships, friendships - they're all cleverly and vividly described in this highly entertaining story.' - Andrea Reece, LoveReading4Kids
  • 'Planet Stan is all about science, pie charts and Venn diagrams...I extremely love the book...It's super funny, it will blow your mind.' - Daniel, age 6, LoveReading4Kids
  • 'A must read for all Diary of a Wimpy Kid fans...I loved this book and almost cried when I finished it! I would recommend this book to anyone. It is hilarious and kept me entertained for hours!' - Lewis Briggs, age 11, LoveReading4Kids
  • 'My 9yo has drawn a pie chart to show why he loves Planet Stan ... Truly inspired, his diary is now filled with pie charts of his own life! What a genius idea; I hope there are many more books to come' - Sophie Anderson, author of The House with Chicken Legs
  • 'I absolutely loved Planet Stan. What funny, endearing and extraordinary people Stan and his brother Fred are. A fantastic read.' - Margaret Pemberton, Children's Librarian
  • 'Wonderful observational comedy about siblings. Planet Stan is a genuinely funny, laugh out loud story packed with warmth and wit.' - Andy Shepherd, author of The Boy Who Grew Dragons
  • 'A highly entertaining ad-VENN-ture that's loveably BAR-my with hilarity, humour and hap-PIE-ness in all the right places. . .surely making it a serious (or should I say, not-so-serious!!!) contender for the Lollies (Laugh Out Loud Book Awards).' - @MrEPrimary, thereaderteacher.com
  • 'How fantastic to see a book packed with mathematical concepts and space facts and yet be so hilarious. Readers will want to devour it in one sitting. Children, especially those with younger siblings, will be laughing out loud' - Booktrust
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