My Best Friend Is Invisible (Goosebumps, No 57)

My Best Friend Is Invisible (Goosebumps, No 57)

R. L. Stine

Language: English

Pages: 114

ISBN: 0590568949

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Science fiction buff Sammy Jacobs, a young boy who is a disappointment to his research scientist parents, is unable to make anyone believe him when an invisible boy named Matthew Armstrong disrupts his life. Original."

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she didn’t. “This is so unlike you,” she said. Her voice grew kinder. “Would you like to talk to the guidance counselor after school today? You know, talking to yourself is a sign that you are troubled by something.” I glanced around the library—at everyone gaping at me. I could feel my face turning hot. I knew I was blushing. “No, I’m fine,” I insisted. “If something is bothering you—it’s nothing to be ashamed of.” The librarian took a seat next to me. Now everyone started to whisper. I

by itself. “Mmmm. Fried chicken.” A big bite disappeared. “This is excellent. Your mom is a great cook! Thanks.” “Roxanne’s mom is a great cook too,” I said. “Better than my mom. Much better. I eat at Roxanne’s house all the time. Whenever I can.” Brent kept on eating. “You should eat at Roxanne’s. You’d see what I mean.” Brent kept on eating. “Hey! I just thought of a great idea!” I said. “You should be Roxanne’s best friend. Roxanne needs a ghost for our school project. You could be the

screamed. “NOW!” “Really?” Brent’s voice changed. Deeper—and meaner. A lot meaner. “Y-yes. Really,” I stammered. “And what if I won’t go?” he asked. I took a step back—away from the bed. I didn’t like the way Brent said that. It sounded like a threat. “Well, Sammy—what if I won’t go?” he repeated menacingly. I took another step back—and felt a hot hand clamp down on my shoulder. I tried to break free—but I couldn’t. He was too strong. Brent grabbed my arm. He held it tightly. “Leave me

shook in my trembling hand. I forced myself to hold the bright beam steady. “That’s why my parents made me invisible,” Brent said softly. “They thought I might survive if you couldn’t see me.” With my light still focused on him, Brent stepped toward me. I leaped back. “What are you going to do?” “Whoa—he is so UGLY!” Simon groaned. “Yuck! He has only one head!” “And look. He has only two arms—and they’re so short!” Roxanne cried. “He can’t wrap his arms around and around himself. How does he

Starkling warned. She collected all the homework, then told us to open our math books. Ms. Starkling wrote an equation on the board. “Sammy, are you feeling better today?” she asked when she finished. I nodded yes. I mean—what else could I say? No. Ms. Starkling, I’m not feeling better. I met an invisible kid last night in my room—and now no one will ever believe me. Everyone thinks I’m crazy. “Good,” Ms. Starkling said. “Would you please come up and show the class how to solve this?” I

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