The School for Invisible Boys

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$17.99  $16.73
Labyrinth Road
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5.7 X 8.4 X 1.2 inches | 0.9 pounds

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About the Author
Shaun was born in West Palm Beach, Florida on the first of May 1978. He was a bad student who enjoyed sleeping through class, debate, theater, and being a pain in the ass. In college, he studied medieval and renaissance literature before abandoning his degree to work in I.T. doing database design. Shaun is now a full-time author living in Seattle.
"A kid with a secret superpower who triumphs over his bully and saves the school from a monster? Sign me up to be friends with Hector -- and fight by his side. An exciting, creepy story."
--Delilah S. Dawson, New York Times Bestselling author of Mine

"A tale with equal parts horror and heart, The School for Invisible Boys proves that even those of us who feel forgotten by society are made of the stuff of heroes."
--KR Alexander, bestselling author of Gallowgate and The Collector

"This well-structured story is threaded with themes of misjudgment, misunderstanding, forgetting, and forgiveness. Both the visible and invisible worlds are evocatively described, and the characters are believably flawed.... Invisibility offers no protection in this well-paced, multilayered horror story."
--Kirkus Reviews

"Heartwarming adventure...insightful lessons about empathetic listening and problem-solving, broadening one's horizons, and dealing with bullies, delivered via an entertaining series opener."
--Publisher's Weekly

"A captivating combination of dark fantasy and tween drama built on a cast of nuanced characters, methodical world-building, and suspenseful storytelling." --The Horn Book

"Hutchinson's middle grade debut effectively combines creature horror and the cruelty of middle school machismo, with a protagonist relatable in both insecurities and flaws."
--Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books