The Invisible Boy: What does it feel like to be invisible at school?

About The Invisible Boy by Mary Feliciani

The Invisible Boy follows a boy named Carlo as he learns what it feels like to be invisible at school. The Invisible Boy is the second eBook of the Bullying trilogy. Like Big and Small in the Mirror, this book has discussion questions at the end of the story and is also a stand-alone book. This means that it can be read on its own and is not a continuation of the first book.

What does it feel like to be invisible at school? The Invisible Boy Kindle Edition by Mary Feliciani (Author), Rose Tingyi (Illustrator)


Who is it for?

The Invisible Boy by Mary Feliciani is appropriate for children in Grades 3-5 (reading age 8-10)


Product details

  • File Size: 7803 KB
  • Print Length: 23 pages
  • Publisher: M.F. Publishing (October 13, 2017)
  • Publication Date: October 13, 2017
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B076G14MZP


About the Author Mary Feliciani

Mary is a Canadian author, independent publisher and a former elementary school teacher. She attended UTM where she studied psychology and still lives in Mississauga, Ontario. Mary’s background in psychology, work with children and passionate interest in the human condition, which stems back as far as she can remember, are all evident in her writing.

About writing Mary says:

“Writing is a way of communicating with people on a large scale, and yet it is an individualized experience for each reader. When I write I feel as though I am speaking to that one person, one-to-one.”

“Writing is a way to connect, to say things you might not be able to say in person, or ever have the opportunity to discuss. It’s both cathartic and introspective. It forces you to search corners of your mind that you might not access in any other way.”

“I only write when I feel like writing. I only feel like writing when I have something to say. And there isn’t any use in saying anything unless it’s the truth; the way you see it.”

Mary is as passionate about travelling as she is about writing:

“Traveling isn’t just about adventure. It fosters an appreciation of other cultures and facilitates the recognition that every country has been influenced by other countries. You not only see the differences, you see the similarities. Traveling also gives you the opportunity to see the natural beauty of the world, without the imaginary borders.”

List of other children’s books written by Mary Feliciani

The Magic Leaf 
– the eBook version is sold on Amazon and in iBooks Store
– the printed version is sold only on Mary’s website:

Humanitarians, Visionaries, Heroes, and You 
– available in print only
– sold on and on Mary’s website

Big and Small in the Mirror 
– available as an eBook only
– sold on Amazon and in iBooks Store



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