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Don’t miss this magical Flat Stanley chapter book adventure! 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 bec Don’t miss this magical Flat Stanley chapter book adventure! 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…


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Don’t miss this magical Flat Stanley chapter book adventure! 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 bec Don’t miss this magical Flat Stanley chapter book adventure! 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…

30 review for Stanley and the Magic Lamp

  1. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

    I'll give this a 3.5 as a combo rating - 3 for me and 4 for my kids. They thought it was fun. We read it together over about a week's time. They enjoyed it. I thought it was cute. There was a good message in it and some fun antics, plus now my kids want a liophant. LOL Anyway, fun fast read as an easy chapter book for mid elementary age readers or as a family read-together book. I'll give this a 3.5 as a combo rating - 3 for me and 4 for my kids. They thought it was fun. We read it together over about a week's time. They enjoyed it. I thought it was cute. There was a good message in it and some fun antics, plus now my kids want a liophant. LOL Anyway, fun fast read as an easy chapter book for mid elementary age readers or as a family read-together book.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Christina (Confessions of a Book Addict)

    This was just an ok book for me, but my son loved the idea of a genie granting wishes. I liked how it explained that sometimes wishes backfire and the book requires children to think about the downfalls of a particular wish like being the strongest man alive, famous, etc.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Dolly

    This is the second book in the Flat Stanley series by Jeff Brown. We've heard a lot about Flat Stanley and have participated in a few school projects for both our girls and our niece, taking a "Flat Stanley" to places and photographing him against popular landmarks. So we thought we should check out the books in this series and so far we've liked the stories. This was an interesting look at what would happen if our wishes came true. It's also a good story to explain why you should be careful wha This is the second book in the Flat Stanley series by Jeff Brown. We've heard a lot about Flat Stanley and have participated in a few school projects for both our girls and our niece, taking a "Flat Stanley" to places and photographing him against popular landmarks. So we thought we should check out the books in this series and so far we've liked the stories. This was an interesting look at what would happen if our wishes came true. It's also a good story to explain why you should be careful what you wish for. The narrative is entertaining and the illustrations are interesting, even if the characters don't match the image we have for Stanley. Our girls really loved the liophant and we enjoyed reading this story together.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ensiform

    Stanley discovers a genie in a lamp, with delightfully whimsical results: he gets a half-lion half-elephant pet called a Liophant; he flies, and Arthur gets super strength, and they foil a robbery; his mother becomes famous and his father magically good at tennis. Of course, it all gets too much for the Lambchops, especially Stanley’s mother, and everything is reversed in the end. It’s another fun story; I think some of Brown’s constructions and word choices are too complicated for kindergartene Stanley discovers a genie in a lamp, with delightfully whimsical results: he gets a half-lion half-elephant pet called a Liophant; he flies, and Arthur gets super strength, and they foil a robbery; his mother becomes famous and his father magically good at tennis. Of course, it all gets too much for the Lambchops, especially Stanley’s mother, and everything is reversed in the end. It’s another fun story; I think some of Brown’s constructions and word choices are too complicated for kindergarteners to follow, but my class liked it even better than Flat Stanley.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Courtney Umlauf

    Decent series, probably best for advanced younger students who need something a little more challenging but still age appropriate. Series Review | TpT Store | Pinterest Decent series, probably best for advanced younger students who need something a little more challenging but still age appropriate. Series Review | TpT Store | Pinterest

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jariah

    Look like an really good book

  7. 4 out of 5

    R

    Really enjoyed this one! Even if Stanley isn't flat anymore. :) Really enjoyed this one! Even if Stanley isn't flat anymore. :)

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    I loved the idea of an "askit basket." Kind of like a portable, magical librarian. I loved the idea of an "askit basket." Kind of like a portable, magical librarian.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Acton Academy

    Stanley and the Magic Lamp by Jeff Brown is filled with punchlines and humor. The book starts with a boy named, Stanley, who recently recovered from being flat. Stanley, finds a “pot” washed up on the shore of the ocean. At home, he sees it’s a little dirty and rubs the dirt off by using his shirt. As Stanley stroked the pot, smoke appeared, and a genie pops out! The genie says that he can grant Stanley wishes, so Stanley's first instinct was to try to think of a request. He first thought of ask Stanley and the Magic Lamp by Jeff Brown is filled with punchlines and humor. The book starts with a boy named, Stanley, who recently recovered from being flat. Stanley, finds a “pot” washed up on the shore of the ocean. At home, he sees it’s a little dirty and rubs the dirt off by using his shirt. As Stanley stroked the pot, smoke appeared, and a genie pops out! The genie says that he can grant Stanley wishes, so Stanley's first instinct was to try to think of a request. He first thought of asking for a Liophant (lion/elephant), and his wish was granted! Stanley and his family began to wish for more! Although wishes were given, prices had to be paid. You'll have to find out what happens by reading Stanley and the Magic Lamp! The second book in this series is a spectacular and fun book. I recommend Flat Stanley to people who like adventure and mythical beings! Codi, Age 9.

  10. 4 out of 5

    bibliophile1996

    Stanley returns but this time while on a day out Stanley comes a cross a lamp buried in the sand. When he finds it he decides to take it home as a present for his mother. When Stanley goes to clean it out comes a genie. At first Stanley uses it for simple things like for help with his homework. But when everyone's begins wishing for everything they want or what they want to change in their lives they realise everything they wanted doesn't turn out to be so great after all. This is a great book f Stanley returns but this time while on a day out Stanley comes a cross a lamp buried in the sand. When he finds it he decides to take it home as a present for his mother. When Stanley goes to clean it out comes a genie. At first Stanley uses it for simple things like for help with his homework. But when everyone's begins wishing for everything they want or what they want to change in their lives they realise everything they wanted doesn't turn out to be so great after all. This is a great book for children as it shows them they don't need everything in life to be happy. As they say "be careful what you wish for". Again the writing was simple and easy to understand. The story flowed along nicely. Overall I loved it and will be moving onto the next book very soon.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Nicola

    Looks like there are quite a few books in the series, this was the first one that I picked up randomly at the library. There's plenty in it for kids to enjoy from wishing for a Leophant (lion-elephant), to a magical solution to homework, to being flying superheroes and foiling robbers. Miss 3 listened to all of it but wasn't too fussed so we probably won't look for the others in the series. Looks like there are quite a few books in the series, this was the first one that I picked up randomly at the library. There's plenty in it for kids to enjoy from wishing for a Leophant (lion-elephant), to a magical solution to homework, to being flying superheroes and foiling robbers. Miss 3 listened to all of it but wasn't too fussed so we probably won't look for the others in the series.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Inge Marry

    The story is truly adventurous and humorous. I love the simplicity of the wording used. It's easy to read for anyone whose mother tongue isn't English. But most of all, I love how the author emphasized the importance of family and that it's ok for one to just be ordinary. Being famous has its own ups and downs. The story is truly adventurous and humorous. I love the simplicity of the wording used. It's easy to read for anyone whose mother tongue isn't English. But most of all, I love how the author emphasized the importance of family and that it's ok for one to just be ordinary. Being famous has its own ups and downs.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Tyler

    DescriptionDon’t miss this magical Flat Stanley chapter book adventure!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. DescriptionDon’t miss this magical Flat Stanley chapter book adventure!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.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Shae

    I was pleasantly surprised that all of these books weren't just about adventures of Stanley being flat, but a whole new adventure. Not bad, still a good way to introduce a young child to chapter books, but not much substance. I was pleasantly surprised that all of these books weren't just about adventures of Stanley being flat, but a whole new adventure. Not bad, still a good way to introduce a young child to chapter books, but not much substance.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Alina Karapandzich

    I think this would be a fun series for kids to read! Lots of action and adventure and the characters are very silly and unique and interesting. Some black and white illustrations sprinkled throughout.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

    My son and I enjoyed reading this book! We always love books about Stanley. It was cute and had some good messages. It was interesting to me that Stanley is continuing to be normal. I thought he might be going back to being flat in this book.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Katie

    Stanley finds a “teapot” that he plans to give to his mother, but when he begins to polish it up, a genie appears! It wasn’t a teapot, but a magic lamp! Stanley makes some fun wishes for he and his family. But are wishes coming true always what we want? Sometimes they have consequences!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Hannah Russell

    The same awkward dialogue as the first, another adorkable plot.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sidney Armbruster

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. My favorite charecter was Stanley because he had so many adventures. l was most surprised when he summened a geine from the tea pot. l would not change the ending.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Tiffany

    Fun book to read with the kids!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Joe

    HI

  22. 5 out of 5

    Priscila Lima

    Stanley and the Magic Lamp takes Stanley Lambchop on a outrageous adventure when he finds a magic lamp! To make things even more exciting, the genie tells Stanley that he can wish for anything. Of course Stanley becomes super excited about this and starts thinking about all the things he can wish for. Stanley’s family hears about the genie and they also want some of their wishes to come true. The adventure starts when after each wish turns Stanley’s life stranger and stranger. There is an underl Stanley and the Magic Lamp takes Stanley Lambchop on a outrageous adventure when he finds a magic lamp! To make things even more exciting, the genie tells Stanley that he can wish for anything. Of course Stanley becomes super excited about this and starts thinking about all the things he can wish for. Stanley’s family hears about the genie and they also want some of their wishes to come true. The adventure starts when after each wish turns Stanley’s life stranger and stranger. There is an underlying message in this book, it teaches them that their action has consequences. In the beginning everything goes according to Stanley’s plans. The genie is doing his homework every night and even creates a type of hybrid pet, a mix between an elephant and a lion called liophant. When Stanley’s family realizes what genie is capable of they wish for fame. Thinking that it will be great and fun. Little did they know that while fame might bring joy, it also has its pitfalls. Stanley wishes for his mother to be famous but when a TV reporter starts asking her personal questions the family realizes that they have more than they can handle. To make things normal again, Stanley ‘unwishes’ all of his wishes. After that, the family goes back to their everyday life. This was a fun and interesting book to read. Another positive thing about this book is that the plot is easy for kids to grasp. It is a chapter book so it is good for kids that are learning how to read them. It is also a good book to read out loud to younger kids since the plot will keep their attention. There are only a few illustrations throughout the book but the illustrator, Scott Nash made them extremely realistic and payed attention to details. Overall, this a fantastic book to read to as a classroom and engage the children with some fun conversations about the book. Children will love to talk about what kind of wishes they would ask for it they found a magic lamp!

  23. 4 out of 5

    John Conkovich

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  24. 5 out of 5

    lola Franco

    It was silly and cute. Good lesson about wishes.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Katy Noyes

    A good few bedtimes reading, we've had from Stanley and his adventures. I only ever read the first book, so I'm enjoying discovering the whole series with my son. Stanley, once flat, here finds that the lamp he has ready as a present for Mrs Lambchop contains a genie - who can grant wishes! The whole family becomes involved in Prince Haraz's wish-granting, discovering that getting what you want is not always what you think it will be. My son loved these chapters - one family member becoming strong A good few bedtimes reading, we've had from Stanley and his adventures. I only ever read the first book, so I'm enjoying discovering the whole series with my son. Stanley, once flat, here finds that the lamp he has ready as a present for Mrs Lambchop contains a genie - who can grant wishes! The whole family becomes involved in Prince Haraz's wish-granting, discovering that getting what you want is not always what you think it will be. My son loved these chapters - one family member becoming strong, another becoming famous, and of course an obligatory 'flying' episode. This works well for reading aloud and isn't too difficult for a 7 year old independent reader to attempt on their own. Only 5 chapters long, it looks at family (and parenting), friendship and doing the right thing. Being brought up in England, the differences between here and America in the story are small, not much needed explaining, and language-wise, there isn't much I needed to adapt to suit my almost-five year old. Great story (which predates Disney's Aladdin), with a memorable family and possibly the cutest pet in a book (two mixed together to make a trumpeting roaring house-pet with an appetite!).

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly Hansen

    This was a cute story that could help ease kids into reading chapter books. The book has large text and has many pictures to go along with the reading. The story is about Stanley who accidentally rubs a lamp and gets a genie. The genie grants him and his family many wished. The majority of the wishes backfire, this causes the whole family to learn a valuable lesson. To find out exactly what that lesson is, you'll have to read the book. This was a cute story that could help ease kids into reading chapter books. The book has large text and has many pictures to go along with the reading. The story is about Stanley who accidentally rubs a lamp and gets a genie. The genie grants him and his family many wished. The majority of the wishes backfire, this causes the whole family to learn a valuable lesson. To find out exactly what that lesson is, you'll have to read the book.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Sean Harding

    Second tale in the Flat Stanley series, although he is not flat anymore, so why not just call him Stanley? Who knows - anyway average young people fare here, with nothing too taxing or memorable Ha! I agreed with myself again as I read this why call a series Flat Stanley when he is only flat in book one? False advertising I tell ya! Where is Lionel Hutz when you need him. This one had a genie and silly results. The End.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Syakirah Amran(f5)

    This is a really amazing story that i've heard before.Stanley found a magic lamp in the sea. When he rubbed it, a genie appeared in the air.The genie was really happy to come out from the lamp because he is being prisoned in the magic lamp for 1000 years because when ot was the genie's time, he like to play cruel tricks with the other genies..... This is a really amazing story that i've heard before.Stanley found a magic lamp in the sea. When he rubbed it, a genie appeared in the air.The genie was really happy to come out from the lamp because he is being prisoned in the magic lamp for 1000 years because when ot was the genie's time, he like to play cruel tricks with the other genies.....

  29. 4 out of 5

    Ethan

    I wish I saw a genie! That would be really, really fun. I wish I WAS a genie. That book is so funny. Even Stanley gets to fly! I wish I had a magic lamp to make wishes with my genie. I would wish to fly like Stanley. It is so awesome that he gets to fly.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Isabella

    Stanley Lambchop finds a real genie inside Mrs Lambchop's teapot.Now the Lambchops can wish for anything in the world: fame,a magical pet,superpowers... Being famous is exhausting! Soon everyo longs for life to get back to normal. But can Stanley reverse the wishes? Stanley Lambchop finds a real genie inside Mrs Lambchop's teapot.Now the Lambchops can wish for anything in the world: fame,a magical pet,superpowers... Being famous is exhausting! Soon everyo longs for life to get back to normal. But can Stanley reverse the wishes?

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