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The dictionary definition of invisible is “unable to be seen; not visible to the eye”. The middle school definition of invisible is not exactly the same. Has someone ever walked by you, shoved past you, and not given you a second glance? That happens to Emmie on a daily basis. This is understandable, because she is quiet, shy, and not the popular type.

This book is about how Emmie survives middle school during an embarrassing event that draws unwanted attention to her. Soon, when the most popular girl in school, Katie, tries to come to her aid, things do not go her way.

Katie is a very popular character in this story. Emmie, on the other hand, is a shy, quiet person who is just trying to hide from everyone and get through middle school. Kate is also not afraid to stand up for herself and others around her. And while she tries to stand up for Emmie, it doesn’t work out as well as intended.

This book has a great plot, escalates slowly, and makes you want to keep turning the pages. I bet that if you are in middle school, you will relate to this book one way or another. This book is part of a series. If you enjoy this book, there are many others you can enjoy.

Readers of any age will enjoy this book, but I recommend it to any middle school student looking for a new book. I first read this book when I was ten years old, and I still enjoy reading it! One of the things that I love about this book is that it narrates the story from multiple perspectives. Other books in the series show their stories from multiple timelines as well. I also like that this book is a graphic novel.

I like that it’s a graphic novel because while I like visualizing pictures, I also love seeing how the author imagines everything in the story. The author, Terri Libenson, did an amazing job of making everything bright, colorful, and cartoonish, while still making it look realistic.

Overall, this is one of the best graphic novels I have ever read. This series is amazing, and I recommend it as a must-read book/series for any middle school student, especially those who feel invisible.

Invisible Emmie by Terri Libenson. Balzer & Bray/Harperteen. Buy the book here and help support Stone Soup in the process!

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