Written by Siobhan Parkinson
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Delicately told and filled with high drama, Something Invisible is a thoughtful novel in which Jake, helped by his new friend Stella, unravels his feelings as he comes to terms with his step-father, his absent father and how his position has altered since the arrival of his baby sister.
A thoughtful and emotionally satisfying domestic story which gets right the heart of how Jake feels.
Something Invisible by Siobhan Parkinson
Jake likes thinking, talking, football and encyclopedias. And fish. But he's not so sure about everything else - especially girls, or little sisters, or stepdads. And most of all, he's not sure if he really likes himself. He meets a girl called Stella and old Mrs Kennedy, and he begins to find that he likes a lot more things than he thought.
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