This first book, “Things not seen,” is one of my favorite books that I have ever read. It has a rather simple plot and did not really have any deep meaning but rather was just an enjoyable story. A young boy wakes up invisible and has to find out what made him turn invisible and how to fix it. Along the way he makes a friend who helps him solve the mystery of his invisibility. What made this book memorable was the light layer of adventure and the simple sweetness of the story. Young Eva and teenage Eva both will recommend this book to you.
The second book from my childhood that I want to mention today is, “The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate.”When I read this book it was for a book report in the sixth grade, but I loved the book because I felt, at that time, that I could relate to Calpurnia. At that age I was still struggling with that odd transition from childhood into my tween years and that was similar to the life of Calpurnia in the book.
If you are looking for some good book to read that are intended for a younger generation yet are fun for all ages to read I suggest these two books which have remained, forever, memorable books form my youth.
– Wishing you the brightest of days, Eva
“Me and the pen we are one. If its ink would cease to flow, my ink would cease to flow.”