The Invisible Blanket

The Invisible Blanket

by Saragine Francois

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The Invisible Blanket by Saragine Francois

It was supposed to be an ordinary camping trip with their families. But after fishing with their dads, Dylan and Charlie went exploring in the forest and discovered a treasure map! They carefully followed the map's instructions, which led them to a buried treasure beyond their wildest dreams—a blanket that made them invisible! They carefully followed the map's instructions, which led them to a treasure beyond their wildest dreams—a blanket with magical powers! The blanket made them invisible when they put it over themselves.They couldn't wait to try out their new powers when they got home. They scared Dylan's sister Zoë, making her think there was a ghost in the house. They listened in on Dylan's parents' conversation about throwing him a surprise birthday party. They played cruel tricks on their friend and even sneaked treats out of a store without paying for them. But, in all their scheming, they forgot to read the warning on the treasure box: 'Beware! He who uses this blanket in a dishonest way will become invisible!' Will Dylan and Charlie be invisible forever? Or will they learn to be honest before it's too late? Join the boys on their fun-filled adventure with The Invisible Blanket!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781618623331
Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises, L.L.C.
Publication date: 12/04/2012
Pages: 95
Product dimensions: 4.90(w) x 6.90(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range: 9 - 12 Years

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The Invisible Blanket 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Mymcbooks More than 1 year ago
My Review: The invisible blanket is an interesting story with an important lesson about being dishonest. When Dylan and Charlie discover a treasure map, and decided to find the buried treasure. Inside the treasure box laid a blanket that makes someone invisible. They decided to keep it a secret from their friends and family. With all the excitement they forgot to read the warning on the treasure box: 'Beware! He who uses this blanket in a dishonest way will become invisible!' They couldn’t wait to play cruel tricks on their friends, steal from a candy store and listen to private conversations without knowing the repercussions. For months they kept up with their cruel tricks until their body started becoming translucent. Will Dylan and Charlie be invisible forever? Or will they learn to be honest before it's too late? This is the type of story that will be appealing to children. I highly recommend this book.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite The Invisible Blanket, by Saragine Francois, is about Dylan and Charlie going exploring in the forest after going fishing with their dads. They discover a treasure map, which leads them to buried treasure, and a blanket that makes them invisible.  The story is very interesting and appealing to children. It is whimsical at the same time. It arouses eagerness in the reader to find out what happens next. The boys' adventures are fun filled. Children's books are always appealing if there are illustrations to go with the story and this book has some good illustrations. These are a bonus to the already captivating story. They actually bring the characters to life. The plot of the The Invisible Blanket is developed further by narrating to the reader how both boys start playing tricks on others, using their powers to become invisible. They forget to actually read the instructions when they are misusing their powers. They play a lot of pranks on everyone without knowing the repercussions. They also play cruel tricks and cheat others, a tactic that backfires on them. Dylan and Charlie, the main characters of the story, are like any other boys of their age - naughty and curious to try out new things. In their eagerness to play pranks, they forget to read the warning on the treasure box! Now will they be invisible forever and never be seen, or will they be forgiven and given another chance to behave well with others?