Author: Nathanial Eckstrom
Review: Joan Steinman
Stanley likes to invent things but he is stubborn. He won’t listen to others or let them share in with his ideas. But as good as his inventions are, they are never quite right; something is always missing. Then Stanley finds the secret ingredient to making the most of his inventions and really having fun.
This picture story book is a great story for children from 3 years when they are learning about co-operation and sharing. The amusing illustrations are also by Eckstrom who also illustrated ME and MOO and YOU’RE ADORABLE written by other authors.