5 edition of The Unvisibles found in the catalog.
After twelve-year-old Oliver recites an ancient Indian magical spell and becomes invisible, he enlists the aid of his classmate, Nicky, and the two of them join forces to undo the damage as well as to help their families and themselves.
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|Genre||Fiction., Juvenile fiction.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.W6225 Un 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||184 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||184|
|LC Control Number||2006494636|
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A The Unvisibles book farce with some serious undercurrents, this features a pair of classmates with very different characters, who form an unlikely alliance when one turns himself invisible.
Quiet Nicky has perfected the art of keeping a low profile, even to the point of deliberately missing test questions so as not to stand outbut it's his borderline-ADHD neighbor Oliver who inadvertently Author: Ian Whybrow.
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By Ian Whybrow. Grades. Genre. Fiction. Twelve-year-old Oliver Gasper of Marlbrook, England, becomes invisible after learning an ancient Indian trick. After asking his neighbor Nicky for help, the two boys become friends and alleviate some problems for their families.
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