Goosebumps #57: My Best Friend Is Invisible

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Scholastic Incorporated, Jun 1, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 144 pages
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Sammy Jacobs is into ghosts and science fiction. Not exactly the smartest hobby--at least not if you ask Sammy's parents. They're research scientists and they only believe in "real" science.

But now Sammy's met someone who's totally UN-real. He's hanging out in Sammy's room. And eating his cereal at breakfast. Sammy's got to find a way to get rid of his new "friend." Only problem is . . . Sammy's new friend is invisible!

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I never read this series as a kid, and it was a favorite of a friend of mine, so I gave one a go when she started re-reading them for old time's sake. I thought it was well-written, and I loved the ending. I didn't guess the twist. Read full review

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About the author (2007)

R.L. (Robert Lawrence) Stine is one of the best-selling children's authors in history. His Goosebumps series, along with such series as Fear Street, The Nightmare Room, Rotten School, and Mostly Ghostly have sold nearly 400 million books in this country alone. And they are translated into 32 languages. The Goosebumps TV series was the top-rated kids? series for three years in a row. R.L.'s TV movies, including The Haunting Hour: Don?t Think About It and Mostly Ghostly, are perennial Halloween favorites. And his scary TV series, R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour, is in its second season on The Hub network. R.L. continues to turn out Goosebumps books, published by Scholastic. In addition, his first horror novel for adults in many years, titled Red Rain, will be published by Touchstone books in October, 2012. R.L. says that he enjoys his job of ?scaring kids.? But the biggest thrill for him is turning kids on to reading. R.L. lives in New York City with his wife, Jane, an editor and publisher, and King Charles Spaniel, Minnie. His son, Matthew, is a sound designer and music producer.