The Invisible Day by Marthe Jocelyn

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Ten-year-old Billie finds a bag of makeup in Central Park whose contents render her invisible.

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Marthe Jocelyn is an award-winning author and illustrator who worked for many years as a toy designer before turning her hand to writing. She has written nine picture books, one of which, Hannah's Collections, was shortlisted for a Governor General's Award for Illustration, and six novels, including the critically acclaimed works of historical fiction, Mable Riley and How it Happened in Peach Hill. Jocelyn has also written a nonfiction account of the Foundling Hospital in London, England, entitled, A Home for Foundlings. She is the editor of two short story collections, Secrets and First Times. Marthe Jocelyn divides her time between New York and Stratford, Ontario. Abby Carter has illustrated many picture and chapter books, including, most recently, Slithery Jake, published by HarperCollins. Her work also appears on Fresh Samantha beverage bottles. She lives in Hadlyme, Connecticut.
Published September 1, 1997 by Tundra Books. 134 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Humor & Entertainment, Travel, Children's Books, Science & Math, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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Kept on a short leash by her overprotective mother, New Yorker Billie longs for a little breathing room: ""My only personal territory is the top bunk.

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