“Plastic bags don’t belong in the sea!”
As read by Tom Hardy on Cbeebies Bedtime Stories
Everybody has a taste for Stanley – and the other ocean creatures just keep mistaking him for a delicious treat – but this is no ordinary jellyfish.
Most jellyfish have dangly-gangly tentacles, but Stanley has two handles?
Other jellyfish have a magical glow, but Stanley has stripes?
Because Stanley (spoiler alert) is a plastic bag!
A beautifully illustrated picture book with a powerful message about plastic pollution from environmental expert Sarah Roberts.
- The perfect gift to introduce children to the issues of plastic in our oceans
- Brilliant for teachers to read to children in class when introducing them to pollution issues
- This book is made of material from well-managed FSC-certified forests and other controlled sources
PRAISE FOR SOMEBODY SWALLOWED STANLEY
‘Perfectly judged for pre-schoolers ? a neat reuse-and-recycle message, with a memorable no-plastic-in-the-ocean hook’ TLS
‘An ideal springboard for further discussion about protecting the natural world. Lively full-page illustrations accompany the rhythmic, repetitive text, which is perfect to read aloud’ BookTrust
‘This simple, effective and entertaining story speaks powerfully to a new generation of potential eco warriors’ Lancashire Evening Post
‘A wonderful book [?] A fun and brightly illustrated picture book with a clear message that plastic does not belong in the sea.’ Books for Topics