Kid’s Book Review: The Adventures of Invisible Boy

Kid’s Book Review: The Adventures of Invisible Boy

About the Book and Author

This graphic novel features Stanley on his first day at a new school where he wishes he could simply disappear. He can hardly believe it when, after a big spill at the science fair, POOF! Stanley becomes invisible!
Now he can do anything he wants, and no one will know!

But Stanley isn’t the only one who turned invisible…

Doogie Horner

Doogie Horner is an author, illustrator, and comedian. His books include The Adventures of Invisible Boy, This Might Hurt a Bit, Some Very Interesting Cats Perhaps You Weren’t Aware Of, and A Die Hard Christmas.

Book Review

I recommend this book for people who like superhero stories

This story was a funny adventure book with comic strip pictures. Stanley wishes he could disappear and his wish comes true! He can now do whatever he wants but he has to save the neighbourhood from the evil and crazy Unseen Gene, who is the villain in this story.

There are lots of laughs in this book and also, what goes better with an adventure story than a comic book with cool pictures. It was fun to read and awesome.

I recommend this book for people who like superhero stories.

It teaches you to be true to yourself and also, to be careful when inventing stain remover!

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Reviewer Profile

  • Name: Amabelle
  • Age: 7 years
  • Likes: Cheese, collecting shells and my family
  • Dislikes: Tomatoes and tidying-up
  • Favourite Book: The Midnight Gang by David Walliams
  • Favourite Song: Beautiful Life from the film Abominable
  • Favourite Film: Encanto