by Evan Kuhlman
Summary: As he is trying to deal with the sudden death of his father, Finn realizes he is slowly starting to disappear. He tells and illustrates his story attempting to figure out what is happening to him and to hold on to the memories of his father.
Thoughts: This book really surprised me; it's realistic, magical, funny, and touching all in one unique novel. I loved Finn's engaging voice and his realistic struggle with devastating loss. The illustrations used throughout are an excellent complement to the writing. Readers who like the format of The Diary of a Wimpy Kid series but would also enjoy a more serious story should check out The Invisible Boy.