“Madison and JT watch Justin at lunch, eat with chop sticks”
The Invisible Boy by Trudy Ludwig illustrated by Patrice Barton, 2013. This book tells the story of a little boy named Brian who feel ignored and invisible in the classroom. When a new kid joins the class he finally starts to feel recognized. The illustrations have a simplistic and muted look that perfectly show how Brian feels all the way through as his world grows brighter and more colorful.
If you're looking for a great children's book this Summer, check this one out! I give it 5 stars 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
Really adorable story for accelerated readers. Love the illustrations too! It's about a lonely boy named Brian who loves to draw and just wants to be included. I actually teared up reading this book. This book shows the power of little kind acts going a long way. I will definitely be getting this book for my nephew!
This one made me cry! A beautifully written and illustrated children's book about a little boy who feels invisible. I love how he gains color in the illustrations when he gets the contact from his peers that he so desperately desires. A heartwarming tale that helps teach kids the importance of being kind to one another.
No promises, but I'll try to make this my last #tfob post until next year. Here is my husband. I could not drag him out of the picture book area today. He is so cute.
"Brian looks at the floor, wishing he could draw a hole right there to swallow him up." This science fiction picture book is a great resource for discussing inclusion, kindness and the importance of a positive classroom community. I love the idea of creating a "random acts of kindness" school-wide campaign after reading this book: https://www.randomhouse.com/teachers/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/TheInvisibleBoy_... #UCFLAE3414sp17