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Invisible

“Illuminating and engaging…this is pitch-perfect!” – Booklist *STARRED* Review

A must-have graphic novel about five very different students who are forced together by their school to complete community service… and may just have more in common than they thought.

How can you be yourself when no one sees the real you?

Five students meet in the school cafeteria when they’re forced to complete their school community service hours.

There’s George: the brain
Sara: the loner
Dayara: the tough kid
Nico: the rich kid
Miguel: the athlete

Although they’re sure they have nothing in common with each other, some people see them as all the same… just five Spanish-speaking kids. Then they meet someone who truly needs their help, and they must decide whether they are each willing to expose their own secrets to help… or if remaining invisible is the only way to survive middle school.

Awards & Recognition

An INDIE BESTSELLER

*STARRED* Reviews from Booklist, School Library Journal, & BookPage

A Barnes & Noble Most Anticipated Read for August 2022

INDIE Next List Recommended Book 

“Illuminating and engaging… with a sweet twist at the end, multifaceted characters, and moments of genuine comedy, this is pitch-perfect!” 

Booklist *STARRED* Review

“A welcome addition to any graphic novel collection, Invisible skillfully explores the negative impact of stereotyping while also offering an entertaining and spirited reading experience.” — School Library Journal *STARRED* Review

” A fresh and cleverly conceived take on The Breakfast Club… colorful and engaging… celebrates individuality and community while transcending language barriers.” — BookPage *STARRED* Review 

“Gonzalez clearly shows how each kid—all characterized distinctly and with complexity—is more than others’ assumptions.” — Publisher’s Weekly

“Gonzalez’s compelling graphic novel… ably explores the concept of diversity within the Latin community, including national origin, race, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status, debunking the harmful myth that the Latin diaspora is monolithic.” — Horn Book

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