|Author:||Abby Carter,Marthe Jocelyn|
|Title:||The Invisible Day|
|Format:||docx lrf txt lit|
|ePUB size:||1909 kb|
|FB2 size:||1875 kb|
|DJVU size:||1416 kb|
|Category:||Literature and Fiction|
|Publisher:||Tundra Books; First US Edition edition (September 1997)|
Marthe Jocelyn (Author), Abby Carter (Illustrator). Book 1 of 3 in the Invisible Series. Marthe Jocelyn is also the author of The Invisible Harry (Dutton). She lives in New York City and in Stratford, Ontario. Abby Carter lives in Cape Elizabeth, Maine. Age Range: 8 - 12 years. Grade Level: 3 - 7. Lexile Measure: 640L (What's this?)
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Billie Stoner has no privacy. com User, March 19, 2000. I am in Grade 3. I like this because it's so funny.
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Illustrated by Abby Carter. Toronto, ON: Tundra Books, 1997. The Invisible Day is recommended for its entertainment value and its ability to activate readers' imagination and to cause them to ponder their own responses to the question, "What would I do if I were invisible for a day?" Recommended.
December 1999 : USA Library Binding. September 1999 : UK Paperback.
by Jocelyn, Marthe; Carter, Abby. Publication date 1999. Topics Science, Schools, Schools, Science. Publisher New York : Puffin Books. Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive. Contributor Internet Archive. Ten-year-old Billie finds a bag of makeup in Central Park whose contents render her invisible. Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark II. City New York. Donor bostonpubliclibrary. Identifier invisibleday00mart.
The Invisible Day. by Marthe Jocelyn, Abby Carter, illus. In The Invisible Day, we’re introduced to fifth-grader Billie Stoner and – almost more importantly – to New York City, which is at once the book’s biggest asset and greatest drawback. Billie lives with her mother and little sister in a loft in Greenwich Village. Her mom is also the school librarian and sticks to her like glue. Still, this readable and handsomely produced book, complemented by Abby Carter’s lively line illustrations, is tailor-made for young readers who can’t get enough about New York City. Marthe Jocelyn. How It Happened in Peach Hill. The year is 1924, the heyday of the revived Spiritualist movement. Fourteen-year-old Annie and her mother are successful purveyors of psychic chicanery; they move from town to town, cashing in on the fad for clairvoyant guidance. Contributors include Susan Adach, Anne Carter, Gillian Chan, Nancy Hartry, Marthe Jocelyn, Julie Johnston, Dayal Kaur Khalsa, Loris Lesynski, Anne Gray Sarndal, Martha Slaughter, Teresa Toten, and Elizabeth Winthrop.
The Invisible Enemy, illustrated by Abby Carter, Dutton (New York, NY), 2002. Self-illustrated picture books. Hannah and the Seven Dresses, Dutton (New York, NY), 1999. Jocelyn's first book, The Invisible Day, centers on ten-year-old Billie, who is frustrated by the lack of privacy while sharing a tiny studio apartment with her mother, a librarian at Billie's school. When Billie discovers a jar of powder that turns her invisible, she finally gets to experience life out from under her mother's eyes. A Publishers Weekly critic also.