Book: Sir Stan the Bogeyman by Stacie Morrellcategories: Book, Bravery, Friendship, Monsters, Redemption, Historical, Bogeyman, Legends
Stacie Morrellabout this book: Every culture the world over has their version of a bogeyman, often used to manipulate children into good behavior. The goal of "Sir Stan the Bogeyman" is to entertain while teaching sound moral lessons, such as the value of listening, bravery, compassion and learning from our mistakes.
Sir Stan the Bogeyman is a classically written rhyming story expands the global legend of the Bogeyman into a story of regret, redemption, bravery and friendship, children and adults alike can relate to. The text is brought to life by beautiful illustrations done in a style reminiscent of the elegant picture books from the Victorian and Edwardian eras.
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• "In a young children's book the visuals are as important as the words and this book achieves that masterfully. The story is brilliant with great educational undertones on behavior and consequences." — M.C. Egan
• "I loved the rhyming, the characters, and the story behind it all! I think it is great to teach kids to be nice at all times, and it's definitely a must-read for them and parents alike." — B.K. Walker
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