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Cute story about getting along with nature. My partner rates this closer to a two, but the short short story and neat geometric illustrations make itfor me I suspect what I like is exactly what he dislikes oh well, no accounting for taste It s the story of a man who is mowing the lawn and the snake living in it and the creative compromise they come to It s a good lesson to consider others in the world and think outside the box. This is a every simple story with very simple illustrations, but it works quite well The flat, simplistic artwork with a limited color palette draws attention to the story itself instead of the art The overall moral is that it s sometimes good to try new things, as Stanley tries a new style of lawn care There is also a subtle encouragement of nature and biodiversity in the somewhat symbiotic relationship that develops between Hank the Snake and Stanley Great for storytime with the younger ag This is a every simple story with very simple illustrations, but it works quite well The flat, simplistic artwork with a limited color palette draws attention to the story itself instead of the art The overall moral is that it s sometimes good to try new things, as Stanley tries a new style of lawn care There is also a subtle encouragement of nature and biodiversity in the somewhat symbiotic relationship that develops between Hank the Snake and Stanley Great for storytime with the younger ages This is the first Stanley book that I discovered, and it spurred me to borrow several others by the same author from the library In this gorgeous little book, Stanley goes out to mow his huge lawn a paddock, really and notices something in the long grass A little afraid, he bends down to look At the same time, the snake, also a little afraid, peers out Instant friendship Stanley then makes sure that there is plenty of long grass still for the snake.Beautiful illustrations, cute story I m This is the first Stanley book that I discovered, and it spurred me to borrow several others by the same author from the library In this gorgeous little book, Stanley goes out to mow his huge lawn a paddock, really and notices something in the long grass A little afraid, he bends down to look At the same time, the snake, also a little afraid, peers out Instant friendship Stanley then makes sure that there is plenty of long grass still for the snake.Beautiful illustrations, cute story I m a fan And the grandchildren are also Simple story Great artwork My boys enjoy this one There really aren t a lot of stories out there about mowing so it s a nice change of pace I enjoy exposing them to different types of art as well as great stories and this one is reallyabout the artwork than the story for me, but the story seems to work for the boys so we re all happy. 4 art5 storyThere aren t many kid s books with lawnmowers in them which is a shame, as Squirt loves them obsessively and wants to have his own landscaping business, and can talk a blue streak about all the wonderful things a mower can do, and drags me out to watch the neighbors mow their lawnsSo this book is awesome. .READ EBOOK ☫ Stanley Mows the Lawn ☪ One day, Stanley sets out to mow his lawn Up and back, up and back, there s only one way to do itor is there Renowned graphic designer and illustrator Craig Frazier has combined bold, dynamic illustrations with a simple story that celebrates the imagination and the art of looking at the world in your own way Telecommunication Systems Stanley sets out to mow his lawn Up and back The Poams up and back Archetypes of Thought there s only one way to do itor is there Renowned graphic designer and illustrator Craig Frazier has combined bold Virgin Exotica dynamic illustrations with a simple story that celebrates the imagination and the art of looking at the world in your own way This is another book I would love to own The illustrations really caught my eye I loved the use of color, size, and shape This was just a cute story I would read it to kids ages 5 7 It would be a good opening book to read when discussing sharing. I like this book very much The illustrations of Stanley, the lawn mower and Hank the snake are excellent and the story is simple, fun and kind Stanley mows the lawn in such a way as to maintain a home for Hank. Age Preschool KindergartenSeason SummerA great display of patterns, Stanley mows his lawn in imitation of the patterns on Hank the Snake who passes by This imitation is not explained so caregivers should open up dialogue for their children to engage in.