The Invisible Boy Reviewed by Jeneka Ossa
While nobody can ignore the children who are loud, entertaining, bold and outlandish, there are always the kids who are so quiet that sometimes they can be forgotten or altogether disappear.
This story is about Brian, a boy who is often left out and forgotten. While the story begins with him being a bit of an outcast, as it turns out, because of his experience, he has empathy for the new kid when the new kid gets bullied.
Sometimes the hero of a story is not the one who flies into the picture with all the fanfare, but the quiet, thoughtful one who has been watching and listening, and can remind us that we’re not alone.