How to stay invisible

Title How to stay invisible
Names Rudd, Maggie.
Book Number DB121198
Title Status In Process
Language English
Annotation "My Side of the Mountain meets How to Steal a Dog in this high-stakes and heartfelt middle-grade story of a young boy and his dog surviving on their own in the woods.Being alone is something Raymond is used to.Twelve-year-old Raymond Hurley has never had a place to call home. His free-wheeling parents move their family from town to town, and he's living in a trailer in a brand-new state when one day, they just up and abandon him. All alone with nothing but a duffle bag full of clothes and his reliable pup, Rosie, he is forced to live in the woods behind his middle school.With a fishing pole in hand and survival guide checked out from the library, Raymond scrapes by and doesn't tell anyone his secret. This isn't the first time he's had to rely on himself. However, when winter days get colder and finding food becomes nearly impossible, Raymond makes new friends, including a curious coyote, in unexpected places. Soon, he learns that his fate will depend not just on his wilderness skills, but on the people and animals he chooses to trust.In How to Stay Invisible, Maggie C. Rudd takes readers on a journey of survival that speaks to friendship, adventure, and the everyday wonders of nature. In middle school, blending in is easy but sometimes the braver thing is being seen.' -- OCLC. -- For grades 5-8.
Medium Digital Books
Audience Notes For grades 5-8. NLS/BPH
Local Subject School Stories - Fiction - SCL
School Stories, Juvenile - JSCL
American fiction - Pre 1970 - 813
American literature in English - 810
LC Subject Abandoned children - Juvenile fiction
Dogs - Juvenile fiction
Forests and forestry - Juvenile fiction
Middle schools - Juvenile fiction
Schools - Juvenile fiction
Survival - Juvenile fiction
Trust - Juvenile fiction
Fiction
Call Number j813.54
Publication Info Washington, D.C. : National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled, Library of Congress,
Original Publication Recorded from: New York : Farrar Straus Giroux Books for Young Readers, 2023. 9780374390341
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