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Invisible Inkling

Invisible Inkling

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"When Hank Wolowitz runs into trouble in the form a of lunch-stealing bully, he finds an unlikely ally in an invisible refugee pumpkin-loving bandapat named Inkling"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York :, Balzer + Bray,, [2011]
Edition: First edition.
Copyright Date: ©2011
ISBN: 9780061802201
Branch Call Number: J FIC JENK
Characteristics: 154 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Bliss, Harry 1964-- Illustrator


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Apr 30, 2021

Hank Wolowitz is missing his buddy Alexander Wainscotting. How will he make it through 4th grade without his best friend? Then he discovers Inkling, the invisible bandapat, after saving him from Rootbeer, the dog. Now Hank has an invisible friend. And this invisible friend is not imaginary. Hank soon realizes that Inkling is a resourceful and entertaining friend who also has a voracious appetite -- for squash. How does a 4th grader convince his mom to buy squash from the grocery store, especially since he claims he will eat it raw? Awkward! There are some heartwarming and humorous moments. I predict that kids will be adding bandapats to their Christmas lists after reading this inventive and magical tale. One thing I did not like was the trouble Hank had in convincing the adults around him that Gillicut is truly bullying him. So frustrating. Inkling was the only one to believe for quite some time. In contrast, the aha moment Hank has after trying to force Inkling to hold still in front of the bathroom mirror is gold.

Sep 17, 2015

This book was fun. My granddaughter (age 6) and I loved it. Next, we'll read the first sequel.


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Aug 06, 2014

blue_panda_3581 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 7 and 13


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