Harvey: How I Became Invisible

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Groundwood Books Ltd, 2010 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 168 pages
When Harvey and his little brother come home from playing they find a crowd gathered in front of their house and their father being taken away in an ambulance, dead from a heart attack, and soon Harvey's favorite movie begins to dominate his fantasy life.

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User Review  - Sullywriter - LibraryThing

Poignant story about a young boy retreating into an inner world following the death of his father. Love the references to The Incredible Shrinking Man. Read full review

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User Review  - sbloom42 - LibraryThing

I went into this book expecting a typical graphic novel with a clear-cut story. My first reading was a disappointment, because it's not a standard graphic novel. After the book sat with me for a while ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Herve Bouchard is a professor of literature at the Cegep de Chicoutimi and a novelist. His novel Parents et amis sont invites a y assisterwon the 2006 Grand prix du livre de Montreal. Harvey, his first children's book, won Governor General's awards for text and illustration. Herve lives in Saguenay, Quebec.

Janice Nadeau is a talented young illustrator who studied graphic design at the Universite du Quebec a Montreal and illustration at the Ecole superieure des arts decoratifs in Strasbourg, France. She has won many awards, including Governor General's awards for her illustrations in Nul poisson ou allerand Ma meilleure amieas well as for Harvey. She lives in Montreal.

Helen Mixter is a translator who lives in Toronto, Ontario.

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