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The Invisible Boy

af Trudy Ludwig

Andre forfattere: Patrice Barton (Illustrator)

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Brian has always felt invisible at school, but when a new student, Justin, arrives, everything changes.

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Helps students understand what bullying is and how to build friendships.
  audlynn | Oct 14, 2020 |
After reading this book to my class, the students applauded. They wanted to read it again. I think it was mostly the illustrations that they were obsessing over. It is beautifully illustrated. The book is about a child with DD. This is not explicitly mentioned in the book and I am sure that my students missed that part, however the message in the story is that we should include everyone. The message my students took from it is that if you see another child alone you should ask them to play. I thought that this was very thoughtful of the class. I enjoyed this book as it was more subtle in its approach and even included the topic of a new students who actually was somewhat the hero for Brian. Part of me wishes it would have said he had DD to help my students understand but the message is still there regardless. ( )
  Bambi882 | Oct 5, 2020 |
I like this book. This is a great read as it teaches children about feelings. ( )
  Marea9676 | Jul 20, 2020 |
Truthfully. Has there ever been a kid in existence that hasn't felt excluded at some point? Feeling like a Brian is SO relatable. I think the extent of feeling invisible is different for everyone, but haven't we all felt invisible to someone at some point? For me, "The Invisible Boy" brings me to back to growing up as the youngest in a loud and lively family. Hard to get a word in, often times I would just remain quiet because it was easier than fighting to literally have my voice heard. Being invisible in the crowd of my energetic family definitely became an insecurity of mine. And I think everyone has their own story that would help them to feel how Brian feels and the lonely place he is in.
Luckily, Brian has something special to him which allows him to connect to another student which breaks this wall of isolation. Brian LOVES to draw and when he notices other classmates laughing at the new student, he draws him a picture affirming him. I love the lessons this teaches- 1)art is an amazing way for people to express themselves and connect to others. 2) An act of intentional kindness goes a long way. It can make someones day, make someone feel noticed, give them love, or in this case spark a beautiful friendship.
This book is directed towards early elementary, but I think I could use it in middle school too since it has the themes of friendship and inclusion. ( )
  cblanco | Apr 22, 2020 |
This is a story about a little boy who feels like he is invisible in his classroom. He is not a social butterfly like the other children; he does not demand attention like other children in his class; he feels invisible. One day a new kid comes into his classroom, and they become friends.
I enjoyed this book; however, I was a little confused about how this book is considered a child with a disability's book. This story is a cute story to read to young children about inclusion and how we should accept all different kinds of people. ( )
  sbahan | Mar 4, 2020 |
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Thank you, Brad, for always including me in your world.—T.J.L.
For Jerry—P.B.
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