Reviewed by Beckett P. (age 9)
The book Invisible Stanley had a lot of elements. It had magic when Arthur put on a show with Stanley. It also has both parts that are happy and sad. My favorite part of the book was when Arthur made a storm with pans, spoons and flashlights because it saves Stanley. I found Arthur interesting because sometimes he needed Stanley’s help. One time Arthur needed Stanley’s help is when Arthur wanted to put up a magic show. Stanley was very helpful. As I read the book I felt happy, sad and weird at times. One scene that made me happy was when Stanley a boy ride his bike. A sad part was when Stanley wasn’t invited to a birthday party. And I felt weird when Dr. Dan told them that eating in a storm could make someone invisible.
I think other kids should read this book because it has funny parts with cool characters and magic. Fiction readers would like this book because it has invisibility and superpowers.