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Things Not Seen (2 vol.)

by Andrew Clements
When 15-year-old Bobby wakes up and finds that he is invisible, he and his new blind friend Alicia try to find out how to reverse his condition. 322 pages, Ages 12 & up

Item Number: 1049
Category:Contracted Braille in UEB

Price: $20.00
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Reviews for Things Not Seen (2 vol.)
5This is one of our most popular books and is now available from Seedlings as an E-Braille Book (To order, please see the E-Braille Book section).

5Alicia is a compelling blind character and I applaud the author for getting the mix of determination and uncertainty right in her as she works toward becoming more independent as a blind person. It is a treat not to have the usual extremes--i.e., absolutely amazing for just managing to do normal things, or tragic because of what people perceive can't be done without sight. The idea of mixing this blind character with a boy who becomes invisible was pretty ingenious, too. A great beginning to a series.


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