Chronicle Books

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Invisible Things

Andy J. Pizza ; Sophie Miller
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This creatively wacky exploration of the invisible things that make up the human experience encourages readers to look past the visible and connect with the things that are not seen.

If we could put on a pair of magical invisible glasses and see all the feelings, ideas, and other invisible things that populate our world, what would they look like? Could you see an itch? Could you describe hope?

From the sound of a dog barking to the rainbow-MAGIC taste of a lollipop, from gratitude to grit, this book will help you meet the many interesting sensations that follow you every day, even if you can't see them . Explore the way a sad song can sometimes make you happy, and discover that laughs-even fake ones-can multiply faster than you'd imagine. As readers give these unknown forces a name, they'll also find a gentle invitation to pause, take a deep breath, and reflect on the invisible things at work in their own lives.

Format: Hardcover
Pages: 52
Size: 9 x 11 V
Age Range: Chronicle Books
Publication Date: 07/18/2023
ISBN: 9781797215204
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Andy J. Pizza is the New York Times–bestselling illustrator behind the popular podcast Creative Pep Talk, and the illustrator of A Pizza with Everything on It

Sophie Miller is a New York Times–bestselling mixed-media artist, originally from Yorkshire, England. She likes to write, walk, garden, and visit the library with her kids. 

Andy's head is in the clouds, and Sophie's feet are on the ground. Together, they have built a wonder-FULL life in Columbus, Ohio, along with three kids, two dogs, and a ton of creativity.
  • New York Times Bestseller

  • “[S]ure to spark conversation. Make sure you see this playful, wise title.” — Kirkus Reviews  

  • “Pizza and Miller aim to help readers “SEE THE INVISIBLE” in a picture book that doubles as a body-scan meditation… In energetic, meandering prose, the pages explore internal and external feelings and moods.” — Publishers Weekly  

  • ★ “[T]his book will serve as a great tool for little ones to begin paying attention to their busy inner selves. In a one-on-one setting, it will serve as a launchpad for 100 thoughtful conversations—and it will never be dull.” — Booklist