My Best Friend Is Invisible

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Scholastic, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 114 pages
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They're baa-ack! Make way for the bestselling children's series of all time! With a fresh new look, GOOSEBUMPS is set to scare a whole new generation of kids. So reader beware--you're in for a scare!

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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User Review  - dysmonia - LibraryThing

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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User Review  - cassiusclay - LibraryThing

personal response: Good story. This one had slow spots, but the ending was a nice, shocker-style that was very reminiscent of a classic Twilight Zone episode. Grades 4 - 8 curricular connections: literature studies / television comparison Read full review


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R.L. Stine's books have sold more than 300 million copies, making him one of the most popular children's authors in history. Besides Goosebumps, R.L. Stine has written series including: Fear Street, Rotten School, Mostly Ghostly, The Nightmare Room, and Dangerous Girls. R.L. Stine lives in New York with his wife, Jane, and his King Charles spaniel, Minnie.

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