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Charlie Bone and the Invisible Boy The third book in the Children of the Red King series CHARLIE BONE AND THE INVISIBLE BOY offers magical fantasy that is fast paced and easy to read This semester at Bloor s Academy brings a few chang

  • Title: Charlie Bone and the Invisible Boy
  • Author: Jenny Nimmo
  • ISBN: 9780439545266
  • Page: 278
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The third book in the Children of the Red King series, CHARLIE BONE AND THE INVISIBLE BOY offers magical fantasy that is fast paced and easy to read This semester at Bloor s Academy brings a few changes There is a new art teacher, Mr Boldova, and a new student named Belle, who lives with the Yewbeam aunts and seems to have strange power over them Emma and CharlieThe third book in the Children of the Red King series, CHARLIE BONE AND THE INVISIBLE BOY offers magical fantasy that is fast paced and easy to read This semester at Bloor s Academy brings a few changes There is a new art teacher, Mr Boldova, and a new student named Belle, who lives with the Yewbeam aunts and seems to have strange power over them Emma and Charlie soon discover Mr Boldova s secret identity He is the older brother of Ollie Sparks, the boy who lives in the attic of Bloor s Academy Ollie had always been prying into matters that didn t concern him, so Ezekiel Bloor had made him invisible When Charlie and his friends find him, Ollie is alone and hungry, so they promise to help him become visible again.

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    1. Jameyanne Fuller on said:

      I really enjoyed this book. It may be my favorite in the series so far. I like how so much of Charlie’s support network is taken away and he has to do things himself for most of the book, and I like how there are so many pieces of this book which all come together. Looking forward to the next installment in Charlie and his friends’ adventures.

    2. Zak K. on said:

      I have a lot to say about this book. I just don't have time right now to type it.

    3. Emma Lauren on said:

      Charlie Bone and the Invisible Boy by Jenny Nimmo was the third installment of the Charlie Bone series. Charlie Bone is up to his usual shenanigans as a lovable idiot, at a school where he has the power to communicate with paintings. But this time around he is able to do something that he has never done before: take a powerful, and possibly evil wizard out of a painting. With him causing havoc, an invisible boy wandering throughout the school, an evil blue boa, and extremely evil relative of cha [...]

    4. Janeen-san on said:

      Charlie Bone and his friends discover an invisible boy living up in the music tower at Bloor's Academy. His name is Ollie Sparks, and they soon discover that Mr. Baldova, tier art teacher, is Ollie's father.Ollie tells them that he had gotten turned invisible by a blue boa. Only his big toe remained visible. The Bloors like to own people, so naturally they try to stop Charlie from making Ollie visible again. Can Charlie and friends succeed in their quest?I am already a fan of Jenny Nimmo's books [...]

    5. Jesse Salvato on said:

      This is another book of the series of Charlie Bone. It too is also filled with mystery, suspense, and action. The book is about Charlie and his friends discover an invisible boy in the attic of the academy. Throughout the book Charlie is constantly solving clues that lead to another clue. With him exploring and discovering new things at this school he makes more problems and enemies. The book leaves you at the end of your seat. I really enjoyed this book, and this is one of my favorite books in [...]

    6. Maddy on said:

      I quickly read this after finishing the second book in the series, both because I have a deadline and because I enjoyed it tremendously. I'm so happy I decided to continue this series! With each new additional story, I fall further for the story and characters. Though I wouldn't say it's perfect, it's got me hooked. I'm very excited to read the next book!

    7. Conner Michael on said:

      This is my review. The book begins with Benjamin going over to Charlies House with his Dog that he asks Charlie to take care of while he is in Hong Kong. Charlie hides the dog with a fear of his grandmother finding it because of the possible consequences.The book did not really intrigue me and i found it boring so hopefully i will find a better book in september.

    8. Gloria on said:

      The Red King had a pet boa. One of his sons was mean to the snake, and the snake turned mean. A daughter changed the boa's squeeze from death to invisibility. The boa squeezed Ollie Sparks on orders from the Bloors. Ollie's brother Samuel took on a teachers persona to find him. Yolanda, an aunt of Charlie's great-aunts, is a shape-shifter. She presents as a small girl, and tries to turn Charlie. Uncle Paton had left to visit Castle Yewbeam, but an ancestor fought him, threatened him, and made hi [...]

    9. Taylor Hudson on said:

      Revisiting a childhood series because I hate leaving things unfinished. This is a children's/young adult series and I'm doing my best to think of it in those terms.#3 is a fast read like the first 2, but I'm getting bored. Although some of her descriptors and writing style are getting stronger - the plot to this installment was all over the place. We have learned incredibly little about why the "bad guys" are bad and there seems to be very little build from book to book. Each book (up until this [...]

    10. Isaac on said:

      This book is about a boy named Charlie Bone, who goes to a school called Bloors, where there are endowed children, that is, children with strange powers. This book is amazing because it has a great plot, making you want to read more for every page that you read. It also has great characters explanation, because it does not only focus on Charlie's feelings, it also show you the feelings of the others through Charlie's mind. It also has a mysterious feel, making you shiver in anticipation for the [...]

    11. Flossmoor Public Library (IL) on said:

      This is a fun and engaging juvenile book series that keeps readers guessing. It is about a 10-year-old boy named Charlie Bone who discovers that her has the special ability to hear the voices of people in photographs. Turns out there are other children with magical “endowments” and they go to school at the mysterious Bloor’s Academy. After being coerced into going to Bloor’s Academy by his indifferent grandmother, Charlie becomes entangled in a nefarious plot and recues a girl from an en [...]

    12. Sally on said:

      Charlie Bone encounters another weird event in his boarding school, Bloor Academy, a boy who has been living in the attics in an invisible state. Charlie, of course, wants to correct the wrongs and works with his other magical friends toward that end. In this third book of the series we still do not know exactly what has happened to his father so that mystery continues. I've listened to this series before, so I know, but that allows me to pick up on some of the other things in the stories I may [...]

    13. Britt Kramer on said:

      Honestly, I Just love how every character teamed up together in this and I'm starting to see the sides of the good and bad. I love how as we read each book there is more and more character development within the books and we find out more and more about each character and what their endowments entail.

    14. Melissa Namba on said:

      as I grow accustomed to the characters I become more fond of them. kids who enjoy harry potter will likely enjoy this series. it's nice that Billy gets a certain level of redemption because no one wants to see the vulnerable little kid being totally evil.

    15. Stevie Thomas on said:

      I think I will always love this series to the stars and back.

    16. Andrea Lorenz on said:

      I think these are as delightful as Harry Potter. I'm not going to deny it. And the audiobooks are very well done.

    17. Catherine on said:

      This has been my favorite so far of the Charlie Bone series. I was very pleased with the ending and look forward to seeing what else happens to Charlie and his friends in the remainder of the books.

    18. Maryam on said:

      Very unbelievable and quite interesting.Anyway overall the characters and the story are quite likable.

    19. Karin Jenkins on said:

      Great book series for young readers. The fast moving story and the large line spacing is great for dyslexics feeling successful.

    20. Annette McIntyre on said:

      A new term and a new adventure awaits Charlie Bone and his friends. This time there are rumours of an invisible boy at Bloor's Academy. Can Charlie and his friends find the boy and turn him visible again?

    21. Nic on said:

      This book had the same strengths and weaknesses, really, of the first two: fun characters, interesting settings, bad writing. I found it a bit episodic: Charlie and friends uncover a new problem to solve, and another, and another . . . I also took issue with the weak villains.It's funny: as a kid, I hated having characters killed off, ever. Now, probably due to the Harry Potter series, I just can't take an evil character seriously - not just a bully, I mean, but an evil character - unless s/he s [...]

    22. Karen on said:

      Third book in the Children of the Red King series and it is just as fast paced and fun as the proceeding two books.Charlie 's grandma Maisie, has gone to visit her sister. His Uncle Paton is off to prevent some evil his sisters have cooked up and his best friend, Benjiman, has gone off on vacation and left his dog with Charlie. Charlie is back to school and seems to have run into an invisible boy which of course is Old Mr. Bloor's fault. Once again Charlie feels compelled to help this boy become [...]

    23. Kristin DeGarmo on said:

      When I read this originally 15+ years ago, I always felt sorry for Olly that he couldn’t go back in time and grow up where he was supposed to be, but it make me feel better that at least he got to see and live with his younger brother. I liked this book and look forward to reading the rest of the series.

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