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Fans of Jon Klassen and Oliver Jeffers will love this mischievously funny read-aloud from award-winning author/illustrator Jon Agee Mysterious noises keep waking up the Wimbledon family. "That's very odd," says Mr. Wimbledon each time, but when he returns from checking on the sounds, he's always reassuring: "It's only Stanley; he's fixing the oil tank." "It's only Stanley; Fans of Jon Klassen and Oliver Jeffers will love this mischievously funny read-aloud from award-winning author/illustrator Jon Agee Mysterious noises keep waking up the Wimbledon family. "That's very odd," says Mr. Wimbledon each time, but when he returns from checking on the sounds, he's always reassuring: "It's only Stanley; he's fixing the oil tank." "It's only Stanley; he's clearing the bathtub drain." But what Stanley the dog is actually doing while his oblivious family goes back to bed is deliciously absurd: he's turning the house into a rocket ship to zoom himself and his family to another planet for an alien encounter. This is a perfect rhyming read-aloud for fans of irreverent tales like Click Clack Moo and I Want My Hat Back.


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Fans of Jon Klassen and Oliver Jeffers will love this mischievously funny read-aloud from award-winning author/illustrator Jon Agee Mysterious noises keep waking up the Wimbledon family. "That's very odd," says Mr. Wimbledon each time, but when he returns from checking on the sounds, he's always reassuring: "It's only Stanley; he's fixing the oil tank." "It's only Stanley; Fans of Jon Klassen and Oliver Jeffers will love this mischievously funny read-aloud from award-winning author/illustrator Jon Agee Mysterious noises keep waking up the Wimbledon family. "That's very odd," says Mr. Wimbledon each time, but when he returns from checking on the sounds, he's always reassuring: "It's only Stanley; he's fixing the oil tank." "It's only Stanley; he's clearing the bathtub drain." But what Stanley the dog is actually doing while his oblivious family goes back to bed is deliciously absurd: he's turning the house into a rocket ship to zoom himself and his family to another planet for an alien encounter. This is a perfect rhyming read-aloud for fans of irreverent tales like Click Clack Moo and I Want My Hat Back.

30 review for It's Only Stanley

  1. 5 out of 5

    Agnė

    It's Only Stanley is a delightfully absurd story written in playful rhyme. Also, great pageturners! Jon Agee's cartoonish illustrations are full of clues and funny details (poor cat!) that encourage multiple readings: It's Only Stanley is a delightfully absurd story written in playful rhyme. Also, great pageturners! Jon Agee's cartoonish illustrations are full of clues and funny details (poor cat!) that encourage multiple readings:

  2. 5 out of 5

    Emma

    Enjoy your upside-down crashed house family! I'm late for a hot date! Enjoy your upside-down crashed house family! I'm late for a hot date!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Danielle

    So much fun and great page turns. The cat is my favorite part. :)

  4. 5 out of 5

    B. Morya

    A must for anyone who knows dogs lead secret lives while humans sleep.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Pita-eater

    I like the premise of a dog mysteriously tinkering with things around the house. I did not like the bizarre ending -- extremely unsatisfying and it ruined the book for me. The illustrations were okay, but I wish the lines has been a smidge thinner and that maybe one or two more colors were in the palette.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jason

    See, this is the thing. I always say I can't stand rhyming books, but then something like this comes along and it's delightful. It's because I don't like BAD rhyming children's books, which most of them are. See, this is the thing. I always say I can't stand rhyming books, but then something like this comes along and it's delightful. It's because I don't like BAD rhyming children's books, which most of them are.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Philip

    4.5ish stars. Great rhymes, fun story, lots of opportunity for informal instruction, wonderfully simple illustrations. Kids love it. Illustrations: 4.5 Story: 4.5

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jenny

    The Wimbledons are sleeping (or at least attempting to!) when strange noises wake them. The father goes to investigate and finds their dog Stanley howling at the moon. Then another strange noise wakes them...but it's only Stanley, fixing the oil tank. These interruptions to their sleep continue to happen...and with each interruption, an additional Wimbledon climbs into the parents' bed. Finally, the last interruption is one that will surprise and delight readers! The Wimbledons are sleeping (or at least attempting to!) when strange noises wake them. The father goes to investigate and finds their dog Stanley howling at the moon. Then another strange noise wakes them...but it's only Stanley, fixing the oil tank. These interruptions to their sleep continue to happen...and with each interruption, an additional Wimbledon climbs into the parents' bed. Finally, the last interruption is one that will surprise and delight readers!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Abigail

    The Wimbeldon family find that sleep is a precious commodity indeed in this humorous picture-book, as their dog Stanley continually wakes them from their slumber one night. From howling at the moon - "I don't recognize the tune" says Walter the father - to fixing the drain, Stanley seems to be getting up to quite a bit. By the time the Wimbledons realize that their rest has been interrupted too many times for them to get back to sleep, Stanley, whose actions are anything but random, has launched The Wimbeldon family find that sleep is a precious commodity indeed in this humorous picture-book, as their dog Stanley continually wakes them from their slumber one night. From howling at the moon - "I don't recognize the tune" says Walter the father - to fixing the drain, Stanley seems to be getting up to quite a bit. By the time the Wimbledons realize that their rest has been interrupted too many times for them to get back to sleep, Stanley, whose actions are anything but random, has launched them on an extraordinary journey. But why does he want to go to the moon...? A sweet little fantasy, one featuring an amusing story told in rhyme and droll artwork that captures both the Wimbledons' bewilderment and Stanley's determination, It's Only Stanley would make an excellent read-aloud selection at bedtime. I particularly liked Max the cat's involvement, detailed mostly in the illustrations, as he finds himself drenched during Stanley's "drain cleaning," and his tail singed from Stanley's "TV repair." The conclusion of the story, in which Stanley finally reaches his objective, is as satisfying as it is amusing. Recommended to young children who enjoy stories with a bit of surreal humor in them.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Julia

    Reviewed from an uncorrected proof. HILARIOUS. Stanley the dog keeps waking up the Wimbledon family throughout the night, until they realize he's doing more than odd chores around the house. It rhymes, it scans, the illustrations are hilarious (kids will love tracking the exploits of the dog, noticing tiny details like the poor cat Max's continuing injuries, and the surprise ending). It's brilliant. I love it. Order it immediately. Reviewed from an uncorrected proof. HILARIOUS. Stanley the dog keeps waking up the Wimbledon family throughout the night, until they realize he's doing more than odd chores around the house. It rhymes, it scans, the illustrations are hilarious (kids will love tracking the exploits of the dog, noticing tiny details like the poor cat Max's continuing injuries, and the surprise ending). It's brilliant. I love it. Order it immediately.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sara Bland

    I love this book! The book is written all in verse. The cute rhyming really keeps the book flowing. Just about every other page, poor Stanley has woken up his family while he has been trying to "fix" things around the house. The father keeps getting up but finding that it is only Stanley. That is, until the final KAPOW that wakes them all. The ending is the most adorable of any of the children's books I've read thus far. I would definitely recommend this for children K-2. I love this book! The book is written all in verse. The cute rhyming really keeps the book flowing. Just about every other page, poor Stanley has woken up his family while he has been trying to "fix" things around the house. The father keeps getting up but finding that it is only Stanley. That is, until the final KAPOW that wakes them all. The ending is the most adorable of any of the children's books I've read thus far. I would definitely recommend this for children K-2.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Margaux

    A delightful read about a family who gets woken up every hour by strange sounds. "It's only Stanley" says dad, even though he's making stew, fixing the TV, and repairing the oil tank. The cat suffers, the family suffers, and Stanley is the most helpful dog, with his own goals at the end of the book. Truly adorable. The verse-style story would make for a great read-aloud for preschool-aged children. Reminiscent of "'Twas the Night Before Christmas" in the imagery and sing-songey style. A delightful read about a family who gets woken up every hour by strange sounds. "It's only Stanley" says dad, even though he's making stew, fixing the TV, and repairing the oil tank. The cat suffers, the family suffers, and Stanley is the most helpful dog, with his own goals at the end of the book. Truly adorable. The verse-style story would make for a great read-aloud for preschool-aged children. Reminiscent of "'Twas the Night Before Christmas" in the imagery and sing-songey style.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Beverly

    I thought this book was laugh out loud funny! The family doesn't seem concerned at all the things the dog is doing, only concerned about losing sleep. Until they realize he has turned their house into a rocket ship to the moon. However, one has to wonder how the family and dogs survived without spacesuits on the moon. I thought this book was laugh out loud funny! The family doesn't seem concerned at all the things the dog is doing, only concerned about losing sleep. Until they realize he has turned their house into a rocket ship to the moon. However, one has to wonder how the family and dogs survived without spacesuits on the moon.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Katt Hansen

    Here is a dog that's not to be trusted. I figured that out early on. The family should have as well.... Cute story, very humorous. I liked the complexity of the pictures as Stanley adjusts the family's household to his own needs. :) Here is a dog that's not to be trusted. I figured that out early on. The family should have as well.... Cute story, very humorous. I liked the complexity of the pictures as Stanley adjusts the family's household to his own needs. :)

  15. 5 out of 5

    Emily Scheinman

    Stanley is on a mission!! The latest by Jon Agee has all the humor you expect plus a surprise ending.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kristina Jean Lareau

    What a fun one from Jon Agee. In his traditional illustration style, this picturebook is full of curves and details accompanied by a fun rhyming narrative that ends with a twist.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Inge

    I cannot stop laughing. This is ridiculous.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    My 11 year old niece "saved" my rating of this one, which just goes to show that sometimes you need to try it out with a reader. My 11 year old niece "saved" my rating of this one, which just goes to show that sometimes you need to try it out with a reader.

  19. 4 out of 5

    John

    I liked how they had a [spoiler alert] rocket ship house, but I didn't know HOW they had a rocket ship house. The dog was howling at the moon because he had a friend that was up there. I liked how they had a [spoiler alert] rocket ship house, but I didn't know HOW they had a rocket ship house. The dog was howling at the moon because he had a friend that was up there.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Deb

    Fun and creative book with great illustrations. Alena and I really enjoyed it.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

    So loved this wonderful story about a family's beloved pet! And also loved the surprise ending! Highly recommend as a read-aloud, as well as for a literature lesson on inference! So loved this wonderful story about a family's beloved pet! And also loved the surprise ending! Highly recommend as a read-aloud, as well as for a literature lesson on inference!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jesse Baggs

    Great artwork with an analogue feel and a story with with a twist ending. Very charming.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Tasha

    Something odd is happening tonight in the Wimbledon house. There are mysterious noises. The first noise is Stanley the dog howling at the moon. But then new noises start. The clanking noise is Stanley fixing the oil tank in the basement. A little later, the funky smell that makes the cat ill turns out to be Stanley cooking catfish stew in the kitchen. The buzzing noise is Stanley fixing the family's old TV in the living room. Splashing noises are Stanley fixing the plumbing. Each noise wakes up Something odd is happening tonight in the Wimbledon house. There are mysterious noises. The first noise is Stanley the dog howling at the moon. But then new noises start. The clanking noise is Stanley fixing the oil tank in the basement. A little later, the funky smell that makes the cat ill turns out to be Stanley cooking catfish stew in the kitchen. The buzzing noise is Stanley fixing the family's old TV in the living room. Splashing noises are Stanley fixing the plumbing. Each noise wakes up the human family and the father has to head out to see what is happening. But just as everyone is starting to get very cranky from loss of sleep, something happens that shows exactly what Stanley has actually been up to all night. Agee is a master at creating understated books that have a distinctive feel about them. Here he takes a strong matter-of-fact tone and uses it to add to the silliness of the entire book. Told in natural-feeling rhyme, the book has a buoyant tone that makes it great fun to share aloud. Throughout the book the father heads out each time without much emotion and returns to report that it is just Stanley and what the dog is up to. The oblivious family heads back to bed only to be awoken again and again. This builds wonderful tension until it's released with a literal bang. Agee's art is done in his unique style with flat color and thick black lines. Throughout, readers will be able to watch for clues as to what Stanley is actually up to and readers who are paying close attention will figure it out before the family does. Even those children who don't piece together the clues will want to re-read the story to notice them. Also keep an eye on the cat who seems to always get into the worst of it as the story progresses. Not a bedtime story despite being set at night, this picture book is strikingly funny and has a grand warped feeling throughout. Appropriate for ages 4-6.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Rosemary Sullivan

    I was always curious about what my dog Buddy was doing downstairs when I'd hear a commotion at night. I'd stumble into the den, only to find him innocently looking up at me. I never knew what he was up to, because my presence distracted him. Also, he didn't answer my questions, so I just accepted that his midnight zeal would always be a mystery to me. But after reading "It's Only Stanley" by Jon Agee, I wonder anew what inspired his late night ruckuses. Like Buddy, Stanley is very busy in the we I was always curious about what my dog Buddy was doing downstairs when I'd hear a commotion at night. I'd stumble into the den, only to find him innocently looking up at me. I never knew what he was up to, because my presence distracted him. Also, he didn't answer my questions, so I just accepted that his midnight zeal would always be a mystery to me. But after reading "It's Only Stanley" by Jon Agee, I wonder anew what inspired his late night ruckuses. Like Buddy, Stanley is very busy in the wee hours. Each member of the Wimbledon family hears strange noises and Walter Wimbledon, the father, goes to investigate. He finds the preoccupied beagle hard at work, tinkering away and reassures his family that the dog is merely doing chores at an odd hour, such as fixing the old tv and clearing the bathtub drain. He repeats the refrain, "It's only Stanley." But is that what Stanley is really doing? As the story progresses that version of events seems more and more doubtful. The story is written in verse, which is delightfully fun to read aloud. There is also great alliteration with the family's name, from Wendy to Willie Wimbledon. The illustrations also make good use of words that are onomatopoeic, such as bonk and slurp. The drawings are comical, especially the exasperated faces of the sleepless Wimbledon family, with the children in their striped pajamas. Stanley's expression is humorous in its rapt intensity, revealing that single-minded determination typical of his breed. If he doesn't have a hammer in his paw, he is wielding a wrench. Also, watch for the hilarious illustrations of poor Max the cat as the unwitting victim of Stanley's scheme. He deserves a nice rest, as do the children who read this book before bedtime. But then again, one might hear noises coming from downstairs and lie awake pondering the nocturnal goings-on of the family dog. Bur really, why bother? It's their world, and we're only (happily, if not sleepily) living in it.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    I hadn't heard of this rhyming picture book, but when I saw it at the library, the front cover made me want to pick it up: a solid-looking dog on a ladder, adjusting a mysterious contraption made of pots and pans and colanders and whisks and wires, in front of an old TV that seems to be showing a staticky picture of a poodle. How could I not be intrigued? The book opens with Wilma and Walter Wimbledon being woken up by a weird noise. Walter goes and checks it out, and comes back to say it's just I hadn't heard of this rhyming picture book, but when I saw it at the library, the front cover made me want to pick it up: a solid-looking dog on a ladder, adjusting a mysterious contraption made of pots and pans and colanders and whisks and wires, in front of an old TV that seems to be showing a staticky picture of a poodle. How could I not be intrigued? The book opens with Wilma and Walter Wimbledon being woken up by a weird noise. Walter goes and checks it out, and comes back to say it's just their dog, Stanley, howling at the moon. As the night continues, each of the four Wimbledon kids gets woken up by something, and each time Walter checks it out but comes back saying, "It's only Stanley." Walter doesn't seem at all perplexed by Stanley's nighttime activities, offering a straightforward explanation for each weird noise or smell: Stanley "fixed the oil tank" or is "making catfish stew," as if these are perfectly normal things for a beagle to be doing. What Stanley is actually up to is ... considerably more interesting. The art of this book is fun: I love the way each kid who gets woken up piles into their parents' bed, which obviously gets a bit full by the end, and I love the wordless spreads where Walter goes to see what Stanley's up to, accompanied each time by the family cat, Max, who seems to know more about what's going on than Walter does, and whose curiosity means that he returns to bed in a slightly different state after each investigation. Those wordless spreads are totally my favorite part, especially the one with Stanley in the kitchen with a crazy setup of beakers and retorts, determinedly stirring a pot bubbling over with a mysterious green liquid (which the cat, of course, laps up from a spill on the floor).

  26. 5 out of 5

    Siskiyou-Suzy

    The Goodreads rating system doesn't work for me. Sometimes I merely don't like books; sometimes I hate them -- yet both should get a one-star, according to Goodreads. I don't hate It's Only Stanley, but I just don't like it. This silly little book is about a family, gradually woken up throughout the night by crazy noises. Whenever Dad gets up to investigate, he discovers it's only their dog, Stanley. There's a bit of a surprise, silly ending that I won't give away. I didn't hate It's Only Stanley The Goodreads rating system doesn't work for me. Sometimes I merely don't like books; sometimes I hate them -- yet both should get a one-star, according to Goodreads. I don't hate It's Only Stanley, but I just don't like it. This silly little book is about a family, gradually woken up throughout the night by crazy noises. Whenever Dad gets up to investigate, he discovers it's only their dog, Stanley. There's a bit of a surprise, silly ending that I won't give away. I didn't hate It's Only Stanley, so I don't have that much to complain about. It was fairly average to me -- not actually funny, but not insufferable. But here's what pushed me to ultimately dislike the book: the illustrations. It's not the style, it's the fact that every illustration with Stanley looks grungy. On one page, he's in the kitchen, making "catfish stew" -- but the page looks like a cartoon version of Breaking Bad! That is some meth-lab level kitchen, right there. And it doesn't really stop. Stanley slowly destroys their home, cutting holes, adding wires and bits of metal and cords everywhere. It's unpleasant to look at, and it's a bit bizarre. Why the unfinished basement look for a book with such a bright, pretty cover? Honestly, to take us back to Breaking Bad, Stanley reminds me a bit of somebody who maybe tasted some of his own "catfish stew." It explains his middle-of-the-night erratic behavior and the messy grunge-vibe of the illustrations. Of course I don't actually think that. There is another explanation for why he's behaving bizarrely. But the whole vibe of the book turns me off, and I have no desire to read it ever again.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kevin Doyle

    Well done rhyming picture books, like this one, are such fun to read aloud. It's VERY hard writing to do so when it's done right, it's great and Mr. Agee does a wonderful job with "It's Only Stanley". The Wimbledon's family dog is working hard, late into the night, on an unknown project. He's keeping everyone awake with all his noise and just when the family is ready to tell their dog to 'knock it off', their house makes a surprise landing (yes, landing :) and we learn from the sweet, cute ending Well done rhyming picture books, like this one, are such fun to read aloud. It's VERY hard writing to do so when it's done right, it's great and Mr. Agee does a wonderful job with "It's Only Stanley". The Wimbledon's family dog is working hard, late into the night, on an unknown project. He's keeping everyone awake with all his noise and just when the family is ready to tell their dog to 'knock it off', their house makes a surprise landing (yes, landing :) and we learn from the sweet, cute ending what all the hub bub was all about. This book is just fantastic. To catch the whole plot, you have to pay attention to what's happening even before the title page, a subtle point I particularly enjoyed. The flow of the story is very appealing since, for the most part, there are two pages of rhyming text then a double page illustration. The overall rhythm and cadence of the words is skillfully done. And there's plenty of thoughtful details on each big double page spread. I really like how little funny things carry forward from each picture. Especially keep an eye on the family cat! Mr. Agee's artistic style seems easy and simple but it's sneakily intriguing and very unique. He's crafted a cover-to-cover great picture book here with eye-catching illustrations and ear-pleasing rhymes. "It's Only Stanley" is charming for younger boys and girls, probably ages 4 or 5 to about age 8. Particularly excellent for those who love their pets. It would certainly be a fine birthday present and I always advocate giving books for birthdays - they're simply better than toys!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Aljoharah

    It's only Stanley Jon Agee According to kirkus, the Wimbledon family had a noisy night; they couldn't sleep well. The First to notice was the wife, and then her children one by one. They went to Walter to complain about that noise. He found out that Stanly "their dog" that made all the noises by cooking, fixing things such as the TV and oil tank. This book full of humor and fun, because the family didn’t know that Stanly want to take the house to moon trip. Young readers will love this book and ma It's only Stanley Jon Agee According to kirkus, the Wimbledon family had a noisy night; they couldn't sleep well. The First to notice was the wife, and then her children one by one. They went to Walter to complain about that noise. He found out that Stanly "their dog" that made all the noises by cooking, fixing things such as the TV and oil tank. This book full of humor and fun, because the family didn’t know that Stanly want to take the house to moon trip. Young readers will love this book and make them thinking about what the worker dog want to do. Kirkus Reviews, (January 1, 2015). [Review of the book its only Stanly by Jon Agee]. According to Publishers Weekly, Stanly doing many noisy for many reasons, he fixing and cleaning all the night. That made Wimbledon family awake all that night. They were upset from the sounds that Stanly made. It toke the father six different times to know what happened. There are signals to make the kids thinks about the dog next steps and plan. Staff, (January 12, 2015). [Review of the book it's only Stanly by Jon Agee]. Publishers Weekly. My own review; I like this book so much is full of fun and entertainment. Children love this kind of books, so I think it would be great one for preschoolers (K-3).Jon Agee very smart, because he know what will make the kids think and have their attentions. This kind of books will be a good way develop thinking skills for a child.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Sandy

    I love the illustrations, the rhythm and the repetitiveness in this book. Stanley is the Wimbledon’s dog and one night the parents are waken to find him howling at the moon and Walter replies, “I don’t recognize the tune.” Back in bed sleeping, one-by-one, in their striped pajamas, the children come into their parent’s room complaining about a noise, a smell or a sound that they hear while sleeping. This causes their father to get up and investigate. Coming back to the bedroom, their father says I love the illustrations, the rhythm and the repetitiveness in this book. Stanley is the Wimbledon’s dog and one night the parents are waken to find him howling at the moon and Walter replies, “I don’t recognize the tune.” Back in bed sleeping, one-by-one, in their striped pajamas, the children come into their parent’s room complaining about a noise, a smell or a sound that they hear while sleeping. This causes their father to get up and investigate. Coming back to the bedroom, their father says, “It’s only Stanley” and he proceeds to tell them what Stanley had fixed in the house. The children continue to arrive all night, never leaving and the bed starts to get crowded as “The Wimbledons were sleeping.” Each child telling the parents why they can’t sleep, for which their father says, “That’s very odd,” and he also mentions something about the time. Stanley looks like a beagle to be and he’s not a neat handy man by all means and the family’s poor cat, he gets into the action too. By the end of the night, the family is exhausted and they just want some sleep. Stanley, on the other hand, has something else planned for the family.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Mackenzie Wardle

    The Wimbledons are all fast asleep when Wilma and Walter, the parents, wake up to a strange tune. Walter goes outside to find their dog Stanley howling at the sky. Then Wendy and her parents hear another noise below their room. Stanley seems to be fixing the oil tank. Next, they smell something funky, as Willie comes in to tell his family. Walter checks it out and finds Stanley making catfish stew. Another daughter Wanda comes in to complain about a buzzing noise so her father checks it out. Sta The Wimbledons are all fast asleep when Wilma and Walter, the parents, wake up to a strange tune. Walter goes outside to find their dog Stanley howling at the sky. Then Wendy and her parents hear another noise below their room. Stanley seems to be fixing the oil tank. Next, they smell something funky, as Willie comes in to tell his family. Walter checks it out and finds Stanley making catfish stew. Another daughter Wanda comes in to complain about a buzzing noise so her father checks it out. Stanley is busy fixing the old TV. Wylie walks in and says that he hears something like the sound of rain. Walter finds Stanley cleaning the bathtub drain. Wilma decides she has had enough and wants to do something about it. All of a sudden, the family goes flying through the house. Walter says again that is was Stanley and then they realize they have landed on the moon. The family walks outside to see Stanley and a very pretty space girl dog. The book has humor in it. For example, when Walter goes to check on the noises, Stanley is doing more in the picture than Walter says. When he was clearing the bathtub drain, they were tubes and contraptions everywhere in the room.

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