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Cremer, Andrea. 
New York : Philomel Books 2013
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Have you ever felt invisible? You know, the feeling that nobody sees you and even worse, nobody cares. Or maybe you wished that you were invisible and could blend in unnoticed. Well, Stephen knows exactly what it feels like to be invisible because he actually IS invisible. When he talks people can hear him but not see him. He can go wherever he likes but nobody cares. Not anymore anyway, not since his mother died. Can you begin to imagine what life is like for Stephen? That is until the day he meets Elizabeth, the first person ever who can actually see him. As their friendship develops they both become determined to find out what caused Stephen’s invisibility, why Elizabeth is the only one that can see him and how they can reverse his curse. To find out about the adventures and hurdles encountered by Stephen and Elizabeth read Invisibility by Andrea Cremer. (Prepared by: Carol Ross, Mayo High School for Math, Science & Technology, SCASL Young Adult Book Award, 2016)

SUBJECTS:     Charms -- Fiction.
                        Family problems -- Fiction.
                        Friendship -- Fiction.
                        Magic -- Fiction.
                        New York (N.Y.) -- Fiction.

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