Plenty of teens — and adults, for that matter — have had moments when they felt invisible, barely noticed by the people around them.
For Stephen, that’s reality. Cursed by his grandfather before birth, the teenager has spent his years as a true invisible man, walking unwitnessed through the streets of New York City. That all changes, though, when Elizabeth moves in next door with her family. Much to their surprise, Elizabeth turns out to be the one person who can actually see Stephen.
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YAB Fest: The Young Adult Book Festival
What: Panels and signings with authors including Andrea Cremer, David Levithan and Ernest Cline
When: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday
Where: Round Rock High School, Building 1100, 301 Deepwood Dr., Round Rock
Cost: Presentations are free; authors will sign books purchased at the festival as well as up to three books brought from home
Information and full schedule: www.yabfest.com
David Levithan and Andrea Cremer