Invisibly breathing / Eileen Merriman.Material type: TextPublisher: [Auckland] : Penguin Books, 2019Copyright date: ©2019Description: 288 pages ; 20 cmISBN:
- NZ823.3 23
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|Teen Fiction||Manaia LibraryPlus Teen||Teen Fiction||MERR (Browse shelf(Opens below))||Available||i2187586|
|Teen Fiction||Stratford Teen||Teen Fiction||MER (Browse shelf(Opens below))||Available||A00846057|
Novel for young adults.
"'I wish I wasn’t the weirdest sixteen-year-old guy in the universe.' Felix would love to have been a number. Numbers have superpowers and they’re safe, any problem they might throw up can be solved. 'If I were a five, I’d be shaped like a pentagon ... there’d be magic in my walls, safety in my angles.' People are so much harder to cope with. At least that's how it seems until Bailey Hunter arrives at school. Bailey has a stutter, but he can make friends and he's good at judo. And Bailey seems to have noticed Felix: 'Felix keeps to himself mostly, but there's something about him that keeps drawing me in.' Both boys find they're living in a world where they can't trust anyone, but might they be able to trust each other, with their secrets, their differences, themselves?"--Publisher information.
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