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  • callie_b
    callie_b's book review was featured in Things Not Seen.
    This book is so realistic I actually believe I might become invisible one day myself! Bobby wakes up one day, normal as ever, until he looks into the mirror. He's...INVISIBLE?! His parents can't believe their eyes either. Until they can figure things out, Bobby has to stay under the radar. In an act of rebellion against his parents' wishes for him to stay at home, keep his invisibility a secret and basically act like he doesn't exist, Bobby goes outside and observes his town from his new invisible perspective. Bobby bumps into a pretty girl at the library and thinks that his life is over, because, well, she'll realize she is talking to an invisible boy!! To his relief, he realizes that the girl, named Alicia, is blind. She has no idea that he's invisible. But with everything crashing down in his life, he figures he needs somebody he can trust, and it turns out that person is Alicia. They begin to open up to each other, Bobby explaining about his invisibility, and Alicia sharing how she became blind 2 years earlier. Of course, though, the trouble just keeps on coming. Representatives from his state's child care services visit his home to make sure he isn't missing, because he has been out of school for over 3 weeks! with "the flu!" There's no way to show that Bobby is alive and well without exposing his secret, so Bobby's family soon finds themselves in a web of lies with seemingly no escape, with even a threat of jail hanging heavy over Bobby's parents' heads! Will Bobby ever find a way to become visible again? And will he ever face his feelings about Alicia? You're in for a wild ride with this incredible sci-fi book by Andrew Clements! One thing I really loved and enjoyed about this book was the fact that the problems and struggles in the book were really realistic. I felt the same emotions that Booby did as he reacted to new situations, and the way the writing reflected his school and home life were very true for a lot of kids like me, although I'm not invisible :D. And the solution to the problem actually made sense to me! Andrew Clements has always been one of my favorite authors, and this novel did not disappoint! This book was overall an amazing read, I give it 5/5 stars and I recommend it for ages 10+!
    About 21 hours ago
  • callie_b
    callie_b added a book review.
    This book is so realistic I actually believe I might become invisible one day myself! Bobby wakes up one day, normal as ever, until he looks into the mirror. He's...INVISIBLE?! His parents can't believe their eyes either. Until they can figure things out, Bobby has to stay under the radar. In an act of rebellion against his parents' wishes for him to stay at home, keep his invisibility a secret and basically act like he doesn't exist, Bobby goes outside and observes his town from his new invisible perspective. Bobby bumps into a pretty girl at the library and thinks that his life is over, because, well, she'll realize she is talking to an invisible boy!! To his relief, he realizes that the girl, named Alicia, is blind. She has no idea that he's invisible. But with everything crashing down in his life, he figures he needs somebody he can trust, and it turns out that person is Alicia. They begin to open up to each other, Bobby explaining about his invisibility, and Alicia sharing how she became blind 2 years earlier. Of course, though, the trouble just keeps on coming. Representatives from his state's child care services visit his home to make sure he isn't missing, because he has been out of school for over 3 weeks! with "the flu!" There's no way to show that Bobby is alive and well without exposing his secret, so Bobby's family soon finds themselves in a web of lies with seemingly no escape, with even a threat of jail hanging heavy over Bobby's parents' heads! Will Bobby ever find a way to become visible again? And will he ever face his feelings about Alicia? You're in for a wild ride with this incredible sci-fi book by Andrew Clements! One thing I really loved and enjoyed about this book was the fact that the problems and struggles in the book were really realistic. I felt the same emotions that Booby did as he reacted to new situations, and the way the writing reflected his school and home life were very true for a lot of kids like me, although I'm not invisible :D. And the solution to the problem actually made sense to me! Andrew Clements has always been one of my favorite authors, and this novel did not disappoint! This book was overall an amazing read, I give it 5/5 stars and I recommend it for ages 10+!
    About 21 hours ago
  • callie_b
    callie_b has read this book.
    By Andrew Clements
    1 day ago
  • callie_b
    callie_bliked a comment in National Geographic Kids Book Club.
    Wow! @callie_b you summed it up perfectly! I feel the same way!
    2 days ago
  • callie_b
    callie_bliked a comment in National Geographic Kids Book Club.
    I really want to read The Next Great Paulie Fink!! Where'd you find it? I'll look into The Traitor's Game. What's it about?
    2 days ago
  • callie_b
    callie_bliked a comment in National Geographic Kids Book Club.
    OoOoOoO....haven't read any of those! Gotta add them to my list!
    2 days ago
  • callie_b
    callie_bliked a comment in National Geographic Kids Book Club.
    I hadn't read any of those! Yay! *adds to a very long list*
    2 days ago
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    callie_bliked a comment in National Geographic Kids Book Club.
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  • callie_b
    callie_bliked a comment in National Geographic Kids Book Club.
    I am actually in a bit a a "book lull"...i can't find any new ones i like! Plus my local library is closed down for renovation so i have to get E-Books (which i don't really like). Any suggestions? I like the Lunar Chronicles, The Candymakers, The Hero's guide to Saving Your Kingdom, Mister Max, Percy Jackson, and Harry Potter (of course) and i am in 8th grade.
    2 days ago
  • callie_b
    callie_bliked a comment in National Geographic Kids Book Club.
    Because of what @editor said... FAVORITE BOOKS! : The Lunar Chronicles. The Lunar Chronicles is about the struggle between people on the moon and people on the Earth in the future. The main character is a cyborg! The Awkward series: These follow the most awkward people as they learn and try to fit in. Perfect graphic novels! See You At Harry's: This is a heartbreaking book that I strongly recommend for siblings who fight. It shows you how much you miss your family when they are gone. Michael Vey series: Michael Vey is a powerhouse. Quite literally. He generates electricity from his body. There are sixteen others. And not all of them are good. Whatshisface: Follow the tale of a fourteen year old boy with a ghost trapped inside his phone-a very poetic, teen, hilarious ghost from the 1600s. The Ghost of Graylock: Neal is haunted by a ghost who lives in the broken-down asylum. But he is followed for a chilling reason: the killer still lives in the neighboorhood. And he will do anything to
    2 days ago

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