The Last Invisible Boy

The Last Invisible Boy

by Evan Kuhlman, J. P. Coovert
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Overview

The Last Invisible Boy by Evan Kuhlman, J. P. Coovert

MY NAME IS FINN GARRETT AND THIS IS MY STORY.

I don't want to give anything away, so I'll tell you what you could probably guess from looking at the cover and flipping through the book.

1. It's about an invisible boy. Obviously. That's me. Actually, I'm not totally invisible. Yet. But I'm getting there.

2. There are a bunch of my drawings.

3. There are some really funny, really happy moments.

4. Just so you know, there are also some sad moments.

5. Everything in here is the truth. So if you like stories about true things, you might like this book.

That's all I'm going to tell you. All the stuff about my dad and my mom and my brother Derek and my friend Meli and whether or not I actually turn invisible or become completely visible again or figure out how to use my invisibility for the good of all mankind or just disappear altogether, you're going to have to read to find out.

So, let's get started. Just remember: This is my story, and anything can happen.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781416999089
Publisher: Atheneum Books for Young Readers
Publication date: 11/24/2009
Sold by: SIMON & SCHUSTER
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 240
Lexile: 930L (what's this?)
File size: 5 MB
Age Range: 10 - 14 Years

About the Author

Evan Kuhlman is the author of Brother from a Box, the critically acclaimed The Last Invisible Boy, Great Ball of Light, and the highly lauded novel for adults Wolf Boy. He lives in Ohio. Visit him at AuthorEvanKuhlman.Wordpress.com.
J. P. Coovert attended the Center for Cartoon Studies. This is his first illustrated work for children. You can see more of his work at www.onepercentpress.com.

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The Last Invisible Boy 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 33 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The chapters are sometimes happy,funny or sad. It was an enjoyable book. I was upset when I was done reading it because I liked this book so much! A good book for about 8-12 year old (not 12 and up!)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is sad at parts but it will still be an enjoyable read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
LAST CLUE 4/5 1 Boy 2 Girls bathroom Once again, I've said too much
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a very sweet book about a quirky boy, Finn Garrett. After what he calls " The Terrible Day That Ruined Everything" Finn starts going through a strange change. His hair is going from black to white and his skin is turning paler. No one knows why its happening, but Finn tries to go with it. This book is a bit like diary of a wimpy kid, what with the drawings, but it is very different. There are a lot of deep moments in this book about loss and grief, not that Finn is completely depressed. There are also moments of love and complete giddiness. Finn is a very thoughtful boy, who thinks deeply about everything. This book is his journal, where he writes down all the sad and happy moments of his life. Lots of funny moments, a few sad ones, mild language. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE READ THIS BOOK!!!!!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It is a very very sweet book, but not sappy. OMGit made me want to cry its so sad. Please please please get it.
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Cool story bro :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I got this book in a paperback on June 13th 2013 and im still reading it. Im on chapter 72 but when im reading the book in the car or in my room I can't stop reading it. Its about the story of Finn Garett and how he thinks hes turning invisible. It can get sad it can cuss and it can get romantic. I give it 5 stars
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I mean,it was well written and agreat read,but i honestly thought it would be like diary of a wimpy kid. It was sad and a depressed boy but it is really good please read it!
WishStealer More than 1 year ago
The cover was cool and I expected this to be a kind of emotional story about a boy who's heart is slowing cracking from the loss of something dear, but it wasn't very well-written so I didn'tt get as sad I would have wanted. (Yes, I actually like feeling sad during books). It's an okay book though, but would not be in my top 100. Ever.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
One of the best books ever made! I hpoe there are mord books of this!
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Keith Perkins More than 1 year ago
I wanted to get the sample to see how it was and i wish it gave me a little more for it but a sample is a sample but it was still good
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Zoe Walker More than 1 year ago
i am sorry about the and i n the other text.
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yum More than 1 year ago
The Last Invisible Boy was a cute story, but was not at all what I expected. The back cover made the book seem interesting and full of adventures of a young boy through his school years. It made you want to read it because of the way the boy portrayed himself, mysterious, humorous, and interesting. This book is definitely aimed more towards 7-10 year olds than anything and would definitely be a good read for them.
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