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If your kid is the invisible boy/girl
Reviewed in the United States on January 12, 2020
This story where it gives a good message to popular kids, or even normally socially adjusted kids this book is not for the shy kid, not for the bullied kid and here is why. There is no mention of this invisible boy ever trying to include himself. He never tries to be friendly over and over again, or do kind and thoughtful things, he has no personal power, he is a bystander to his own life, reclusive even in his art. why not have a invisible boy who decided to start being kind to others and get out of his comfort zone and invite someone to do art with him? Why not teach this invisible boy how to change his own story with some basic social skills like smiling at people . He is a bystander and a bit of a victim. This invisible child was me as a kid, and if your kid has self confidence issues you shouldn't be reading this to them, it won't help them learn how to advocate for their own social life.