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Flat Stanley: LOST!

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That’s right. We recently found out that our Flat Stanley was last seen at the Eiffel Tower in Paris! We can hardly believe he’s gone, but if he had to go missing, Paris is the perfect place. We recently finished Flat Stanley’s Worldwide Adventure: Framed in France. While in Paris protecting the Mona Lisa at the Louvre, Stanley spies a young artist by the name of Etoile. As the story progresses, Stanley becomes very fond of Etoile and is sad to leave her and the crepes behind because Paris was so magnifique!

We’re fairly certain Stanley is safe with Etoile somewhere in Paris, but if you happen to see him, please contact us immediately! Our classroom Flat Stanley has been to 12 states, Canada, China, Australia, Spain, Italy and lastly, France. We would love to see him back in the United States! He was colored both front and back, and nicely laminated by his first travelling host, Charlotte.

If you have spotted him, please contact us through commenting on this blog or our class twitter! Please help spread the word and help us locate him before May 22nd!

Sincerely,

Mrs. Moore’s Class

 

Author: Mrs. Moore

3rd grade teacher in Arizona, USA

3 Comments

  1. Dear Mrs. Moore’s Class,

    I am very saddened to hear that Flat Stanley is missing in France.

    I was just wondering…Do you think that Mrs Farris would let your entire class go on an international field trip to try to find him? I would gladly volunteer to come along and help!

    I am sure Flat Stanley will have a LOT to say when he is found! I can’t wait to hear his stories!

    Please keep us informed when you hear something about his whereabouts!

    Your down the hall neighbor,
    Mrs. Salmon

    • Dear Mrs.Salmon

      I don’t think Mrs.Farris would let us go to Paris because that will cost A LOT. When we or someone finds him we will comment back to you. I also feel bummed out, and my class, But we all at first before she said it to us we thought it would be good news but it was terrible news.

      Your friend,
      Christilyn

  2. Dear classmates,
    What horror for our flat friend I wish he was with us.
    From your friend,
    Leonardo

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