InvisiBill

Publisher: Tundra Books
Bill just wanted someone to pass him the potatoes.

     Unfortunately, no one even noticed--not his mother (a very busy woman with an important job), not his father (a very important man with a busy job), not his very intelligent older brother, not even his very athletic little sister.

     If someone had noticed, the wonderful, terrible thing that happened might never have happened.

     But it did.

     InvisiBill is the hilariously absurd, tongue-in-cheek story of an ordinary middle child who feels so overlooked by his busy, distracted family that he becomes invisible ... or InvisiBill!

PRAISE FOR

InvisiBill is a brilliant portrayal of the frustrations that come with feeling young and powerless in everyday scenarios. It’s less about wanting to feel necessarily special or unique, and more about the desire simply to be heard and valued as a person, regardless of age .... With shades of Judith Viorst’s Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day and Robert Munsch’s Purple, Green and Yellow, InvisiBill is a book equal parts silly and humane.” - National Post