Middle School / Books Rule!
Recommended books for grades 5-8

THE IMAGINARY, by A. F. Harrold

Imaginary

The story: You’d think being someone’s imaginary friend would be a pretty safe gig. And being Amanda’s imaginary friend means that Rudger has better adventures than anybody else’s–until they meet the sinister Mr. Bunting. Now Rudger is involved in their most dangerous adventure yet: trying to keep from being swallowed whole while avoiding being forgotten and fading as a result. If he’s not careful, it’ll be the end of the line for Rudger…and Amanda won’t even remember he’s gone.

Mrs. Friend’s opinion: I liked this one a lot! If you look at the pictures and think it’s too “little kid” for you, think again. If you’re a fan of Roald Dahl’s stories, like “The Witches”, you’ll like this one too.

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