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The Invisible Man
The Invisible Man
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Graphic Revolve

The Invisible Man

by H.G. Wells
Illustrated by Dennis Calero

Late one night, a man covered in bandages wanders into a village.  The villagers soon grow suspicious of the stranger.  When the villagers attempt to arrest him, the stranger suddenly reveals his secret.  He is invisible! 

 
ISBN978-1-59889-887-3
PublisherStone Arch Books
BrandGraphic Revolve
Age Level10-14 Years
Reading LevelGrades 2-3
GenreClassic Fiction
SubjectFantasy & Science Fiction, Classics & Nursery Rhymes, Graphic Novels
Trim Size6 x 9
Page Count72
LanguageEnglish
Copyright2008
Paperback
Price
$7.15
 


 
 

Reviews

School Library Journal

"Gr 7 Up–Wells’s simple stories are surefire hits. Is time travel possible? What would it be like to be invisible? These slim versions of the classics provide both the mind-bending plots–although slightly edited, such as a twist ending in The Time Machine–and also some discussion questions and writing prompts. The artwork and paneling are slightly oversize, hinting at a younger audience, but the coloring and lettering have that familiar computer-enhanced sleekness comic readers know well by now. Because of the simplified texts and the slimness of the volumes, these titles are great choices for boosting the reading interests and skills of reluctant readers." - School Library Journal

March 1, 2008

H.G. Wells

H.G. Wells

Herbert George Wells was born on September 21, 1866, in England. At age 7, he suffered a broken leg. While resting his injury, Wells started reading books. As he grew older, he continued to enjoy reading and school. At 14, young Wells quit school to help his struggling family. Fortunately, he received a scholarship in 1883 and began studying science at a school in London. Soon after, Wells started writing. Some of his works, like The War of the Worlds, combine his love for storytelling and science.

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