For more than forty years, boys and girls everywhere have been getting bulletin boards to fall on top of them and make them flat, so they can get out of going to school and travel the world.
To preserve their privacy, and so they won't get into trouble with their schools and parents (or, get into any more trouble than they are already in), they all call themselves "Flat Stanley."
In this story, two Flat Stanleys arrive at Aunt Suzie's house, just in time for a trip to Japan.
Any and all proceeds from this book will be donated to Haitian relief.
A Strange and Troubled Land Published July 13, 2009