by Andrew ClementsPrint book : Elementary and junior high school : Fiction
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A nice addition to any library.   (2009-09-09)
Main character wakes up to find himself invisible and faces problems that creates. He finds himself drawn to a girl who is blind and becomes friends with her even after he discovers the reason why he was invisible and becomes visible again. Good message in this...
one word...WOW   (2006-08-28)
I always enjoy reading Andrew Clements books. They always have a message behind them and this one was probably the best. Just because someone else has less advantages than you does not mean that they are any less different or special, a human is a human, like a cup is a cup. This book Things Not Seen...
This is a Excellent book   (2006-11-15)
Become invisible, learn to see   (2008-08-07)
I loved reading Andrew Clements' Frindle last year, so when I saw a new copy of Things Not Seen on the new YA fiction book cart, I picked it up. The fact that we'd worn out our old copies and had to order new ones for the library is usually a good sign when choosing which YA...