Invisible Inc.

Invisible Inc.

Steve Cole,

Invisible Inc.

Simon and Schuster, 2016

ISBN 9780857078766

9-11 Shortlist 2017

 

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Who Wrote It?

Steve Cole has written over 65 children’s books, including the Astrosaurs and Cows in Action series. Steve wrote his first children’s book in 1996. He started out editing books and magazines, before becoming a worldwide merchandiser for the BBC Doctor Who series. 

What's It About?

Noah’s inventor mum makes a machine that can make objects invisible – this includes her own son! In his newly invisible world he teams up with a Victorian scientist, a medieval knight and his trusty steed. Together they save his mum, and her amazing invention being used by the sinister Seerblight Solutions and a weirdly wicked plan to take over the world.

Fact File

Steve Cole has written Doctor Who books under the name of Tara Samms.

He was once in a band called Shortlist.

You can see him playing the ukulele and singing the theme tune for his book Stop Those Monsters on YouTube -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFHAOX3nxyU

To find out more info on Steve Cole visit his website www.stevecolebooks.co.uk or follow him on Twitter: @SteveColeBooks 

Your Reviews

max from st. urbans:

I didn't really get stuck into this book and I found it a bit boring but you could tell the writer put some effort into it.

max gave Invisible Inc. 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Kathryn from Oakwood Primary Academy:

It wasn't really interesting but I enjoyed it. It was very easy to read and I managed to finish it within a day.

Kathryn gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Rhianna from new bewerley community school:

I liked the part of the book when the boy turned into a ghost and he had to find his mum.

Rhianna gave Invisible Inc. 1 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

Lola from Allerton bywater primary school:

I rated this book a 5 because it is funny and parts of it aren't really realistic. My favourite character was the pony because it has lots of jobs that a pony could never do. such as becoming the manager of Sir Guy de Yupp's Splendid Historical Re-enactment Society and occasional guest speaker at the Lady Smyth Very Nice School for Scientists.

Lola gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

Favour from White Laith Primary School:

This book is great if you love stories contained with cheesy jokes and puns but it isn't something I would normally/like to read. I like Jemima's writing and talking attempts to act cool and be *up with the modern slang* and I also liked Sir Guy's cringy songs. In my opinion, I would say that this book was quite different from the others in the shortlist and that this book should be aimed at younger readers; they should find all the toilet jokes more funnier than 9-11 years olds would. I believe that this book shouldn't really be a book and should instead be made as a children's cartoon on the television. I did, however, like the parts when the book was written in Jemima's, Sir Guy's and Maloney's perspectives.

Sorry, Steve Cole, but your book wasn't really my type.

Favour gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

Flora from Lawns Park Primary School:

I really enjoyed this book but, I rated it three because there are books better that this one! however, it's very funny and could win a prize for a being a mysterious book. This book makes you want to not stop reading.

my favourite character is Sir Guy because I love his silly songs.

Flora gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Jessica from Lawns Park Primary School:

I enjoyed this book. It took me a while to read it as I couldn't get into it that quickly. This book was full of action. My favourite character is Jem because I like her personality, she is quite funny and hates Sir Guy's singing. I really like Sir Guy's songs. I would definitely recommend this to all readers.

Jessica gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Jessica from Lawns Park Primary School:

I enjoyed this book. It took me a while to read it as I couldn't get into it that quickly. This book was full of action. My favourite character is Jem because I like her personality, she is quite funny and hates Sir Guy's singing. I really like Sir Guy's songs. I would definitely recommend this to all readers.

Jessica gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Dan from Grange Farm Primary School:

I didn't enjoy this book as the jokes got old after a while and it could be very hard to understand due to a lack to detail. furthermore it just wasn't my type of book, i -personally- like and adventure or mystery book.

Dan gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Francesca from Shire Oak Primary School:

I liked this book because it is mysterious and funny. I also liked the epilogue where it had the the little paragraph about each character. The introduction was fantastic although as it went on I found it a bit boring.

Francesca gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Eloise from Pudsey Waterloo Primary :

Some parts of this book were repetitive and hard to understand as they were not described well enough. But on the flip side I really liked the idea of the book and it's characters.(I found the idea of pow powder very imaginative!) I would recommend this book to ages 9 and below because some bits are quite childish.

Eloise gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Ella from Crossley Street Primary School:

I absolutely loved Invisible Inc.! The genre is probably Science Fiction. I recommend it for people who love Science Fiction.

Ella gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Shiv from Moor Allerton hall primary:

I like this book because it is funny and made me laugh.

Shiv gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Aiesha from Moorallerton hall primary school:

I think this book is hilarious. My favourite character is Jem because I like inventirs

Aiesha gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Stephen from Lawns Park Primary School:

I like this book because it's very funny. My favourite character is sir guy. I rate this book 4 out of 5.

Stephen gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

bobbie from Allerton c.e primary :

It was very adventurous and every chapter left you on a cliffhanger. It made you want to read on. Although it was a good book it was not my type.

bobbie gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Ciara from Barwick in Elmet C of E Primary School:

This book is perfect if you love stories filled with cheesy jokes and puns but it isn't something I like to read.

Some of the story I found thrilling as I like a good adventure, but other parts of the storyline bored me. I did enjoy meeting the characters and watching them grow together to become one team, 'Invisible Inc.'.

I was pleased by the end of the book with the cunning plan created to destroy Seerblight once and for all!

Ciara gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Rumaysa from Adel Primary School:

I loved this book; it was amazing and funny.My favorite character was Sir Guy because he is funny, weird and quirky. Noah was quite funny because he always talked about going to the loo!! I liked the funny names of the weapons and people. Also, the pow-powder was a good idea. I am really looking forward to reading magic ink.

Rumaysa gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Callum from Victoria Primary acadamy:

I love this book because I like mystery story`s I liked the part were the boy went invisible because he started freaking out

Callum gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Maisy from Westgate :

This book is jam-packed with hilarious jokes and made me laugh out loud. Although this is a funny book, at points it's hard to follow and doesn't make much sense. I would recommend this to anyone who is a fan of cartoon strips, because it has some fabulous illustrations. Overall, this wasn't the book for me but i think that others would enjoy it.

Maisy gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Eve from Westgate Primary School:

This was a good adventure story and was very funny. Although at some points I did not understand what was happening. It has some really good illustrations as well. The story was unusual, but that made it more fun to read. You never knew what was going to happen.

Will Noah ever find his mum? And will they ever stop the villain?

Eve gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Isabel from Shire Oak Primary:

I didn't really like this book because it wasn't my type of book. It was really well written but I like more emotional books. What I did like about it was how it was written so it was like the characters were writing it.I liked how Steve Cole was really creative.

Isabel gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Victor from Victoria Primary Academy:

I did not like this book I thought it was a bit childish and confusing I would recommend this book to little kids like seven to eight I think they are the ones that would find this interesting and funny

Victor gave Invisible Inc. 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Rhiannon from Lawns Park Primary School:

I really enjoyed this book because of all the action. I didnt really like the joke about Noah Deers name. All the characters were very fuuny especially sir something i cant remember propally. I really enjoyed the book.

Rhiannon gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Ellie from White laith:

I rated this book a 3 as I thought it was repetitive and it was boring. The only part I liked was the end as it told us what happened to the characters.

Ellie gave Invisible Inc. 1 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

flora from lawns park primary school:

it was amaze

flora gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Molly from Beeston Primary School:

This book was not for me. The author is over-descriptive and talks about the same thing over and over again. I like Sir Guy's cringy songs and Jemima's attempts at being modern. The plot is a bit boring and made me want to definitely put it down. The beginning lures you into it's trap. I have rated this book 2 because of the characters amazing personalities.

Molly gave Invisible Inc. 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Lauren from Beeston Primary:

This book was horrible! The only part I liked was the epilogue, not only because I knew it was finished but also because I loved how he told us what happened to the character. I would recommend this book to people who like superhero stories.

Lauren gave Invisible Inc. 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Sonny from ABPS:

BEST BOOK EVER! It is the best book ever because it is funny and takes a lot of twists. They are the most unlikely group to succeed against the evil guy.

Sonny gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

Chevelle from Victoria Primary Academy:

I really didn't like this book because they was more pictures than pages and I thought that the book was really set for children. I gave the book an 1/5 because I didn't like it and It was boring.

Chevelle gave Invisible Inc. 1 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

David from abps:

I rated this 100 because this book is SHA-MAZ-ING; the best book EVER!

I can't wait to meet Steve Cole (definitely not wanting to steal his ideas...).

David gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Evie from Victoria Primary Academy:

This book was alright but I'm not too sure if I like it or not. The storyline is unique but it is a bit too childish and is full of pictures. It was easy to read and it was a bit predictable.

Evie gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

Stefania from Victoria Primary Academy:

I didn't really like this book because it was very childish and it had many pictures instead of writing. I kind of like it as it was easy to read and I knew who exactly was talking. Out of all I gave it 3/5.

Stefania gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

Macy from Victoria Primary Academy :

I didn't really like this book as i thought it was very childish and i am not really into science stories.. I thought it was more for 6-8 year olds because they would laugh at it and enjoy it more than we do. These are the reasons why i gave it a 3 out of 5, Macy.

Macy gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

kady from Allerton c of e primary school:

This book wasn't really for me that's why i'm rating it four stars

kady gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Sophie from Adel Primary School:

This book was very funny and entertaining. Noah goes to the toilet; until he becomes a ghost! The story-line is inspiring and once you reach the battle part, you can't put it down.I gave it a 4 because some parts were boring.

Sophie gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Maisy from Westgate:

This book is a great adventure book. It's really funny and has some pretty crazy ideas in it. I like how it's been written, it has lots of pictures which helps the story a lot. The reason i didn't give it 5 stars is because the text varies in size and can be hard to figure out what is happening. i would recommend this to anyone who likes a bit of comedy and a lots of bad puns!

Maisy gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Kyrah from St.Benedict's:

I really enjoyed this book because it was filled with plenty of action and adventure I would recommend this book for children up to 11 or 12 girl or boy this is truly a book for everyone! When I picked this book up I thought that it was aimed at boys rather than girls but I was DEFINITELY wrong ; I guess that's why the saying "Never judge a book by its cover" is a thing! Thank you for an AMAZING read Steve Cole!!!

Kyrah gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Sukhi from Grange Farm Primary:

I loved Invisible Inc. it was imaginative and also a very agreeable book for example in action films and books nobody goes to the toilet. It was humorous because the knight kept singing and saying weird things that don't make sense. I would definitely recommend this book to creative readers.

Sukhi gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Marija from Grange Farm Primary School:

I thought this book was funny, however it is too childish.The book had quite a good story line to it but the description(as I have already noted) is too childish and very unrealistic.It is childish because of the way it talks about toilet-related subjects.This book would be better if it used the ideas in a more mature way,although it is a comedy book.

Marija gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Aminah from Grange Farm Primary:

My thoughts on this book are that it was quite funny however in a way quite childish. Don't get me wrong,this is a good, well thought out book but I feel as though it really wasn't for my age range. I love the ideas that Steve Cole has entwined into the core of this book;in addition I feel as though it would be better for children around the age of 8. Furthermore I did however love Sir Guys singing!

Aminah gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Sara from Alwoodley Primary School:

In my view, this book was quite childish, but was also extremely hilarious and amusing, so I highly enjoyed reading it. I think the book is for children aged 7 to 9, as it used young vocabulary and was an easy read with large text and many illustrations. My favourite character out of them all was definitely Sir Guy de Yupp-the Medival knight- who always sang funny nonsense songs. Overall, this was quite a crazy book, with its silly jokes and unusual characters- every part was enjoyable and entertaining! I would recommend this book to people who are up for a laugh!

Sara gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Mia from Shire Oak C of E Primary Schoool:

I put a 4 because I really didnt like it that much but I thought that the author was really descriptive with her character descriptions.On the other hand I thought that the author was packing too many characters in it .

Mia gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Imana from Shire oak primary school:

I rate this a 2 because it was not clear enough but had loads of description but not for the right words. Also I thought this story was reapetetive with its words.😊

Imana gave Invisible Inc. 2 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Reece from Holy Family Catholic Primrary School:

This book had to be my favourite becauseit had so much humour in it which i liked. I would defiantly read this book again and i would not get bored of it.Sometimes this book made me laugh out loud .The chapters were just perfect. The book was very age appropriate . The language was understandble . The book was very thought about. I would recomend this book to anyone who likes a easy read.

Reece gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Aine from Holy family primary cathlic school:

This book is a great easyread and i love.I will defiently read this again but i will read it a lot slower.This book is much like a comic and i loved the art style.I hope i will come across this author again.I would recommend this book to a 10 year old who likes comics.

Aine gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Hope from Holy Family Primary School:

This book didn't live up to my expectations. The book talked about one thing too much, and the 'humour' seemed rushed. A bit seemed repetitive like the toilet and how scared he was. I liked when it turned to different peoples perspectives and it wasn't just Noah's view. I loved the picures but in one sentence it said that, shown in the picture he barged doen the stairs, and there was no picture. Also, I saw a few other spelling and grammar mistakes.

Hope gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Noah from Holy Family Priamry Catholic School:

I felt like this book relied to much on comedy,this book shouldnt really be a book and should be made a kid cartoon on tv.This was a good book to finish leeds book awards on it began to be repetertive and focused way to much on one thing.It was very random for me

Noah gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Brooke from Shire Oak Primary School:

I really like this book because it was intresting and cool and adventurous unfortunately this is my last book and my favorite book was invisible inc.

Brooke gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Isaac from Holy Family Catholic Primary School:

This is a very great book because its very funny in my opinion!After the Leeds book awards i'm going to read all of them again without the time limit.This is quite unique from other books.The author could make the chapters shorter.overall i give this book a five out of five.I would recommend this to people who like humor and things like that.

Isaac gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Fatimah from Harehills Primary School:

This book was very good, it made me feel I was part of the story. It took me on an emotional roller coaster.

Fatimah gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

Edward from Barwick-in-Elmet C of E Primary School:

It was a good book with very corny humour but near the end I got a bit confused of what was happening.

Edward gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Molly from Raynville primary school:

This book is probably my favourite SO FAR. I like it because of the unusual mix of humour and action. I totally recommend this book to fun and creative readers . It also is quite cliff hanging and unpredictable.

Molly gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

Phoebe from Barwick-In-Elmet C of E Primary School:

It was a very...peculiar book plot - sometimes in a good way, sometimes in a bad way. The plot was original and interesting with the awesome robot chickens however there was things that really didn't needed to be added in. Like saying about going to the toilet every once in about two chapters :it wasn't needed. It was funny at first but then it just became a bit too much.

Phoebe gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Jasmin from Alwoodley Primary school:

This was a really good book and I really liked it. I enjoyed reading this because it was really funny and unlike other books, it was original. I rated it 4 because it wasn't something that I would normally read because it sort of looked like a boys book and it was a bit chatty, but I can't really judge a book by its cover so I rated it

Jasmin gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Jasmine from Alwoodley Primary School:

I loved this book because it was an easy read with lots of lovley illustrations. It was easy to picture what was going on and if you ever had to be forced to put the book down it would be easy to follow the story from where you left it. It is an amazing book with lots of description. A MUST READ!!!

Jasmine gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Maddie from Alwoodley Primary School:

Invisible Inc. is a book for younger children, with a big font and childish vocabulary. Personally, I don't like this book, although it would probably appeal to people who have trouble reading or don't like it so much. I think that the plot is quite good, but it's the way it's written that I don't really like.

Maddie gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

Hanna from S:

I absolutely adored the book. It was ultra funny and I always had faith in the amazing gang Invisible Inc. I loved the parts when Sir Guy De Yupp sang all the hilarious songs that made all the characters cringe. I also liked the parts when the other characters take turns to tell the story. I rate the book a 5 (10 billion if I could) and would definitely recommend it to any type of reader.

Hanna gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Lilia from St Margarets:

Invisible inc is a fantastic, well-written and funny book that i would definateley recommend. It was exciting and wonderful book that i really enjoyed!

Lilia gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Ebony from Allerton Bywater Primary School:

I loved the songs made by Sir Guy deYupp; especially the plop song. It is a very good book. I would definitely recommend this book to people who have a good sense of humor and if you get puns.

Ebony gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Dan from Crossley Street Primary School:

The book was absolutely incredible it was scary,funny and exciting. My favourite part was the combat between the heroes and the villain.

Dan gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Emily from Great Preston C of E primary school:

I didn't really enjoy this book because of the fast pace of the storyline. I would rate it a 2/5 because it wasn't in my liking.

Emily gave Invisible Inc. 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Ella-May from Great preaston C of E Primary :

This book was okay. Steve Cole made the book good and enjoyable but it felt like the future was also in he past as the medieval knight for 500 years ago couldn't have had such technology. Steve Cole also made be dislike the medieval knight as he was too much of a character. I also disliked sir Guy because when the chapters flipped to sir Guy there isn't much detail of what is happening. But apart from this, I think Steve Cole did quite well writing the text so, Well Done Steve.πŸ˜€

Ella-May gave Invisible Inc. 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

Chloe from Farsley Farfield Primary School:

I didn't enjoy it as much as I thought I would because in my opinion I thought it went on about toilets too much. I think it was too childish for my liking but I did like the first chapter. I would recommend this book to anyone aged 7-9.

Chloe gave Invisible Inc. 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Lauren from Horsforth Featherbank Primary School:

I liked this book but I found it quite hard to follow when it jumped from person to person. This is why I give it a 3 out of 5. Even though I give it quite a low review I would still like to read Steve Cole's next book.

Lauren gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Aimee from Churwell Primary School:

This book is good

Aimee gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Millie from Gildersome primary school:

It wasn't what I expected from the front cover but I enjoyed it in some places but others were just part of a book. but it isn't the worst book in the world but it isnt the best book in the world. Some people may enjoy it but I didn't really. Soz

Millie gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Ethan from Adel Primary School:

This book isn't my favourite because I didn't really understand it but I liked some parts; like how the knight always sings really weird songs. So far I have found this book amusing, thrilling and a little crazy. I would recommend this book to people who like Science and adventure because there is a 19 century Scientist in it. Also the boy keeps going to the toilet which I found weird.

Ethan gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Zainab from Harehills Primary School:

This book is so thrilling! I would highly recommend this book to anyone my age who loves adventure and monsters!

Zainab gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

Amy from Pudsey Waterloo Primary School:

I quite liked this book. I think it was a bit to fast for me as things just kept happening and happening. I couldn't keep up. I also think that the toilet joke got really, really annoying after a while especially when you found out the name of the metal. overall though it was quite an enjoyable book I would definitely read more of Steve Cole's books. It was also funny.

Amy gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Alice from Pool CoE Primary School:

the book was a 2 out of 5 for me mostly because it had very stereotypical characters like a child is getting slight neglect from its single mum and to back up my point the child is the one to save the world like every other comedy book out that has supernatural features.

It would have been a one for me but i gave an extra rating because of the point of view changes throughout the book. i really enjoy books that tell you everyone else's feeling about whats happening. if you are like me and really enjoy that type of thing then i recommend the book wonder by R.J Palacio.

over all i think that the author was concentrating on the comedy part on the book which isn't really my thing so most of all i think it wasted my time when i could of been reading something else but would recommend to people that enjoy toilet and wee humor.

Alice gave Invisible Inc. 2 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Hannah from Colton primary school:

I really like this book Jemima Smyth is so inspiring being a scientist I think this book should turn into a movie , it would be amazing .Invisible inc has loads of jokes.

Hannah gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Izabella from Pool C of E Primary School:

So good i really loved it it is awesome it is not my type of book but it is so good

Izabella gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Maxwell from colton primary school:

This book is an alright book but I think the thing they could improve on is the pictures, I know you shouldn't concentrate on the pictures but they could improve, talking about the speech it is good not excellent but good. :) :) :( :(

Maxwell gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Connor from White Laith Primary:

I think the book was amazing! It was really humorous and a great story line.The idea of writing as different characters at different times during the book is something that I loved. The only thing I didn't like about the book was that it had pictures. The pictures were good, I can't deny that but I prefer books without pictures and just writing.

Connor gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Gabriella from Barwick-in-Elmet C of E Primary School:

I feel that this book was quite different from the others in the shortlist. I think that this book was supposed to be aimed at younger readers because they should find all the toilet jokes funnier than children such as our self in the 9-11 category. I also feel that the story dropped a bit in the middle of the book and it didn't grip me at that point and wasn't exciting. However I did find the ending the best part of the book and I also found it easier to read as the chapters were not as long as some of the other books.

Gabriella gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Oliver from White Laith Primary School:

It was really funny and I think it is one of the best books I have ever read!

Oliver gave Invisible Inc. 2 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Keira from Beeston primary school:

This book dethrones Max Helsing, monster hunter as my favourite.This book was filled with drama, tension, humour and lots of strange more activities. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoy a mystery and adventure story. Thank you very much Steve Cole, for writing this great book and I cant wait to read more of your books !!!!

Keira gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

Molly from Alwoodley Primary School:

I didn't really enjoy this book. It was really different but I also thought it was funny at some places. I thought it was very childish and I would recommend it to people from six to eight years of age. The setting was weird and the characters were strange. Pick it up if you want a nice giggle.

Molly gave Invisible Inc. 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Caitlin from Beeston Primary:

I think that this was a great book, but there was some imperfections.

It had a bit of drama, but it could have had more to add to the story.

I thought that the chapters names were too long and gave quite a bit of the chapter away.

I still thought it was a great book and was very funny.

I would recommend this book to people who like funny, heroic books.

Caitlin gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

Kelsey from White Laith Primary School:

In Invisible Inc I thought the best bit for me was when Noah and Jimima meet Sir Guy and battle a robot. I think the book would have been better if Sir Guy lost Maloney. The three word I would use to describe this book is Funny Adventurous and heroic.

Kelsey gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Harry from Garforth Academy:

I found this book very amusing. That is all.

Harry gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

Isobel from Khan:

This book is amazing.(big let down,not written in invisible ink).Anyway,it's hooked me since the first page.It includes hilarious pictures.

I would recommend this book to all readers who like funny books.Loved it it is such a fab read.

All about a normal boy , a scientist,a medieval knight and a poetic pony.Will they stop seerblight!!!!!

Isobel gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Jay from Colton Primary :

This book is unspeakably wonderful. The plot is good and hilarity is one of the highest quality in a book other than a joke book.this is the blurb...

With all humankind in terrible danger,earth's last line of defence is one you've never seen or heard of:invisible Inc. A medieval knight, a victorian inventor,a poetic pony and an ordinary boy. Saving the world?They'll see to it!!

My favourite part is when Mr. Butt grows thousands of bums! My favourite person is sir guy because he tries to rap

Jay gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Tom from Crossly Street Primary School:

I thought this book was extremely good and very funny. My favourite character was Sir Guy because he kept talking about going to the toilet and singing silly songs that were hilarious. My favourite part was the fight against Mr Butt because he was covered in buts that kept making strong winds.

Tom gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

isabelle from otley all saints primary school CE:

I didnt like this book because when it tried to make it funny in some parts of the book it wansnt funny it was tryin to act like a comedy but it wasnt.It was a really boring book.i would recommend it for 6-9 year olds.I would also recommend it to people that like funny books!!!!!!!

isabelle gave Invisible Inc. 1 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

louis from Barwick-in-Elamey:

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louis gave Invisible Inc. 1 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Leo from Adel Primary School:

I found this book interesting because you don't know what is going to happen but it follows on in the next chapter unlike other books change the theme. This book is suitable for boys and girls. They show pictures of the people so you know what they look like. It is easy to read because it has easy words so you don't need to get a dictionary out and look for the word. I totally recommend this book for all ages.

Leo gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

George from Southroyd primary school:

A very fun book,but quite silly in some parts.I liked some of it's quirks as well.

George gave Invisible Inc. 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

Toby from Adel priamary:

I Haven't read the whole thing yet but i gave it a 5 out of 5 because i like how That normal house caller was stung by a load of Nails Ouch!! that really must have hurt because Like this Girl i can't remember but she's a scientist and i think she's very smart because she used a big like i think a big packet of nail's and then Noah on near Chapter 8 is The Zappy gun and Noah get zapped with the zappy gun and then he went invisible... then when Noah's mum bought this creepy house she fixed it up because the pow-powder managed to get rid of the things and turned it into Ghost's its also THE BEST BOOK I'VE EVER READ!!!!!!!

Toby gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Elizabeth from Carlton Primary School:

I adore this book! It is quirky and is very different in a good way.The story line is brilliant and I love the brackets that tells the reader what Noah Deer personally says. Lady Jemima Smyth is my favorite character because of her elegance and inelegance.

Elizabeth gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Jack from Thorner Primary School:

Invisible Inc is great book. Funny. Engaging. Exciting. The plot was creative and very original. The characters were brilliant and funny and described very well.

Jack gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Zoe from Crossley Street Primary School:

I really enjoyed it because it gave me a sense of thrill and adventure in an secret world.My favourite character is Jem because she is very sensible but in the book after 100 years she is finally ready for an adventure.

Zoe gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Aaisha from Shire Oak primary school:

It is a very exciting book.It's a book that you can't put down.I recommend it to anyone and my favourite bit is where Noah Deer sees the flying tin of beans.

Aaisha gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Naomi from shire oak c of e primary school:

I thought this was a really good book in fact it was amazing to be honest.It spoke a lot about going to the toilet.I rated this book 5 out

of 5 because it was really funny and it was engaging the reader.I recommend this book for nine and overs.

Naomi gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Teija from Alwoodley:

I really really really enjoyed this book; I just couldn't put the book down. It is amazing-one of the best books I have read. I would love to read another book by Steve Cole. My favourite character is Mr Butt Head of Operations because he is really funny. I love books with humour in.

Teija gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Sophie from Alwoodley Primary School:

Invisible Inc. Was a very funny book and various parts of it made me laugh! I suppose it could have been a little more serious at times as it made jokes about very un-funny matters. In my opinion, the combination of different characters was well balanced and successful but overall my opinion on the book was that it's a book more for little kids and doesn't really belong in the 9-11's category (sorry Steve Cole).You may not agree with me but that's ok as we all have different opinions.

Sophie gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Jamie from Green Lane Primary Academy:

Invisible Inc. is a funny adventure story that is good book to read. This is about a boy whose mum turns him invisible and he finds some other invisible people and they go on a mission to save his mum from an evil man called Seerblight. My favourite character is Sir Guy because he is very funny.

Jamie gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Igors from Oakwood Primary Academy School:

I liked the speech "Now you've gazed upon my many buts do you not fear me?" by Mr Butt himself and I liked that there's are some funny parts. I wanted to give it 4.5 but I liked it anyway.

Igors gave Invisible Inc. 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Mae from Oakwood Primary Academy:

I really liked this book because there is an ordinary boy, a Victorian scientist, a medieval knight, and a poetic pony and that is just RANDOM!!!

Mae gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

Abigail from Crossley Street Primary School:

I really enjoyed this book because I like books about ghosts. My favourite character was Mr Guy because he Knows everything. I like the black pages because it goes with the story. My favourite part was when Noah turns invisible because it was weird and creepy. It was a very funny book. At the beginning i did not like it but then i could not put it down!!!

Abigail gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Oscar from Crossley Street Primary School:

I love this book but I think Murder in the Mid winter is just a little bit better.What I love about this book is the ending, no spoilers but it is very good. I would love to meet Steve Cole. He could tell me how he writes such good books. I'm excited for the next book the Beetle Boy.

Oscar gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Isobel from Ireland Wood Primary School:

Invisible inc. was funny and humorous I really enjoyed it (even though he needs a wee a lot)

Isobel gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Emils from New Bewerley Community School:

I enjoyed reading this book because it was entertaining.I like humorous, spooky books and also adventure books.I would like to say that this book is full with funny pictures.

Emils gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Rhona from Rawdon St. Peters:

I would give this book a four because I thought it was really exciting and funny. This was an adventure book which made me want to read even more because it is one of my favourite genres. I definitely recommend this book for people who love humour and adventures.

Rhona gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

Emily from Rawdon St.Peters:

Invisible inc has a great plot but I didn't like how the author carried it out.Also in some parts it tried to be funny but was actually not. It was slow as well so it put me off it. This humorous book was not my type of book.

Emily gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Ben from Gildersome Primary:

Noah's mum is a scientist and she's inspired by a Victorian scientist back in the 1900s. She works on a special item powered by pow powder however, A van parks outside with a man.He had an empty sack on his shoulder and the van said Seerblight Solutions. He was planning to kidnap Moahs mum but, failed the first as the house was haunted by the previous being from that house...This book was a great book and I absolutely loved it.Why did you chose the ghosts could only interact with metal?

Ben gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Teija from Alwoodley:

I really really enjoyed this book it was amazing. I would definitely want to read another book by Steve Cole. I just couldn't put the book down. My favourite character is Mr Butt head of operations because he is very funny.

Teija gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Ra'eesah from Alwoodley Primary School:

At the start i thought it wasn't a book I would choose, however as I began to read it I found it enjoyable. I hope other people would enjoy the book as much as I did. I liked it because it was funny and silly. My favourite character was Sir Guy because he thought he was amazing at everything. I would recommend this book to 9+.

Ra'eesah gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Maddy from Alwoodley primary school:

Like I said with murder in midwinter , it was quite different from what I'd read normally but this book encouraged me to read more books outside my comfort zone.it was quite an easy read but it was really fun to read and I enjoyed it very much

Maddy gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Joe from Crossley Street Primary SChool:

I thought it was imaginative but I thought that the only thing to improve was the amount of time it gave for the big break-in (near end). My faveourite character was Sir Guy because he was funny with his songs.

Joe gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Ibrahim from Shire Oak primary school:

I rate Invisible Inc. 2 out of 5 because half way through the book it talks about wee and it just puts me off.And its hard to follow because on one page its talking about one character and on the next page it changes the subject.And that's why I rated this book 2 out of 5.

Ibrahim gave Invisible Inc. 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Jasmine from Allerton C of E Primary:

I really enjoyed Invisible Inc. because it was very different to what I usually read and extremely interesting. I really liked the whole idea and loved all the characters.

Jasmine gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Maxwell from Colton Primary school:

This book is out of this world, the characters are brilliant and when I read the blurb it sucked me in the magic of the story line. I think this book is for 7+ but overall it is spectacular.

Maxwell gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Sam from Colton Primary School:

This book is quite boring at the start but the marvelous magic and imaginative features are truly unbelievable and that is why I have rated it 4 star!

Sam gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Lily from Gildersome Primary school :

I liked the book but it just didn'the have the wow factor for me. However it is an easyou to read. Good over all.

Lily gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Emma from St Urbans:

This book was fine but not as good as some of the other books. I enjoyed the adventure and it was EXTREMELY funny! I only gave it a 3 because some parts could be better however it was a great book and I would recommend it to other children in primary school.

Emma gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Jazz from St Margaret's primary Horsforth:

Incredibly gripping and, spoiler alert, there are POULTRYGEISTS!

Jazz gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

Daniel from St.Urbans:

I really enjoyed this book I thought it was a bit slow to start with, but it made me want to read on. My favourite character was Sir Guy because he was really funny and I loved his songs.

Daniel gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Jonah from Crossley Street Primary School:

Very funny and creative, good ending and epilogue. The only thing I dislike is the overuse of different fonts. Sometimes it is very hard to read in a different font.

Jonah gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

David from Holy Rosary & St Annes :

I really enjoyed this book because it made me laugh a lot. The characters were really funny in what they said and in what they did. I gave it a 4 instead of a 5 because the beginning was expected but the ending was completely unexpected.

David gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Mimi from Beestom primary school:

I do like this book a tiny bit because it has humour but the mystery bit is a little bit too young for me. I would recommend it to people that like funny stories.

Mimi gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Poppy from Beeston Primary School:

I recommend this book to people who believe in ghosts, but I didn't like it very much. I preferred a Library of Lemons better than all of the books I've read so far.

Poppy gave Invisible Inc. 1 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Marco from Alwoodley Primary School:

TOTALLY AMAZING! It's funny, witty and well phrased in every aspect. I would recommend it to absolutely everything and everyone and it would be great to read on a bus or in the car, as all the words aren't all packed onto one page. My favourite character is Sir --------- (I Cannot remember his name) because he's so enormously STUPID and hilarious! LOL! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜πŸ˜ :-) :)

Marco gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Bavdeep from Alwoodley Primary school:

Invisible inc was a pretty good book and enjoyed reading πŸ“– it quite a lot. I thought the humor was great and I like all the adventures the characters go through. I liked the boys name Noah deer and it seems like his parents were quite humorous as well. It was a good read and it's a good one for some younger ages. Overall it was a brilliant read and I would recommended it.

Bavdeep gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

Beth from Alwoodley Primary School:

I really liked this book because it was full of humour and quite an easy read. It's a very exciting book about a boy called Noah Deer who has been turned invisible and is on a mission to defeat an evil mastermind. The illustrations really bring it to life. Sir Guy is one of my favourite characters as he is so clueless but smart at the same time.A must read!

Beth gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Annika from Alwoodley Primary School:

This book was alright but it wasn't my favourite. It was definitely funny but I've enjoyed better. It was quite hard to follow though. The front cover makes you want to read it but I think it's more for younger children. I'd recommend it to people who like fantasy and humorous books.

Annika gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

Max from Alwoodley Primary School:

This book was incredibly hilarious and I laughed every chapter of it. I really enjoyed it and I would recommend it to all people of all ages. The pictures in this book made the book all the better.

Max gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Thomas from Great Preston C of E Primary:

I really enjoyed the book as it was adventurous and quite unusual as well.I also enjoyed it as it was a fantasy story so it can't actually happen which makes it more engaging.If it was realistic and it could actually happen I wouldn't enjoy it as much as I could do it at home and then write a book about it whereas in this book it is impossible to experience this book in real life

Thomas gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

Thomas from Great Preston C of E primary school :

Lately,I have read this book and enjoyed it very much.In the past I have read other books like this such as house of robots also illustrated by Jim Field.This story is about a young boy who is turned invisible and two other friends and he has to defeat a villain . I would rate thi a 4/5 and I would recommend it for 9-11

Thomas gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Katie from Great Preston C Of E Primary School:

This book is full of scientific craziness! All about a young boy, his mother and people frozen in time. Can you read this book in time to get away from the poultry- geists? Join a crazy mad man and his horse, a scientist, who's hair is like a bush, and a boy.

Be careful you don't get shot by pow powder!!!

Katie gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Miyu from Horsforth Featherbank Primary School:

I don't really like Mr Butt because he's very annoying. I recommend it to people who like action and comedy. I wish to read more of Steve Cole's books.

Miyu gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Arazo from Alwoodley Primary School:

I didn't like this book as much because it just jumps to one thing from another. Also Invisible Inc it has the longest chapters and I really want small chapters so I can have a break. I recommend this book to people who love humour, this book is full of it. I rated this book 2 because it wasn't that exciting but the name of the chapters were funny.

Arazo gave Invisible Inc. 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Arthur from Otley All Saints:

This is book is SO funny!!!!!I loved the bit when Maloney wrote!!!!!

I recommend this book to people who like funny books !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Arthur gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

George from Otley All Saints Primary School:

I loved this book, it was SOOOOO funny!!!! I loved every single bit of it!!!! It was well funny when Maloney wrote in the book!!!! I recommend this book to boys and girls because it has girl and boys in it. Hope you like it!!!!

George gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Emily from Otley all saints :

I was very pleased with this book. I didn't really have high hopes at the start but as I read it, I didn't want to stop reading. This book was brilliant.

Emily gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Esme from Carlton Primary School:

Invisible Inc. is a book filled with adventure, mystery and laughter.My favourite part is when Noah gets blasted with the BRIAN although I also find the bit when Sir Guy (pronounced Gee)is on the giant BRIAN quite amusing. my favourite characters are : all of them! Except Seerblight of course.I would recommend it to 7+

Esme gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Samuel from Carlton Primary School:

I absolutely loved the book because of excellent description and adventure. I rate this five stars. I defiantly recommend this book to 9+.

Samuel gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Poppy from Carlton Primary school:

This book is very funny and exiting and made me laugh.My favourite character is Sir Guy DeYupp because he is very clumsy and thoughtful.I especially liked the first bit were Noah turned invisible.The pictures were very funny too and also made me laugh.the fist page dragged me in and i did not want to put the book down.

Poppy gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Freya from Pudsey Waterloo Primary School:

It was a very good book. My favourite character was Sir Guy (geee) Dee Up as he was very ott and fun happy with very quirky. The book was very funny and enjoyable to read. But my only note to the author is try and expand the activities they do and make the ending stronger as I felt it was quite rushed and fast paced but overall it was a great book.

Freya gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Noon from Harehills Primary School:

This book was absolutly amazing! When I was reading this book I felt I was part of the story and the adventure.

Noon gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Evan from Southroyd Primary:

First off, the book isn't exactly for a more mature reading group, and it has mostly a predictable plotline. The characters: A child called Noah, a stereotypically strange mother, an old and wise victorian inventor and an odd medieval knight... The characters haven't been developed enough, their properties mostly consist of straight-line personalities. A few jokes about bums and toilets, children getting invisible, freaking out, uncovering a plot to destroy the world and then rushing to rescue it... Invisible Inc. in a nutshell. I can appreciate the fact that it IS a children's book, however it doesn't exactly need this amout of children's book cliches as it does.

Evan gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Phoebe from Shire Oak Primary School:

I enjoyed this book because it was a bit funny and mysterious at the same time . My favourate character is Lady Jemima Smyth and SIR GUY deYUPP because Jemima is good at science and nice and SIR GUY deYUPP is funny and loud and that is why they are my favourate characters.

Phoebe gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Sofia from St.Urbans Catholic Primary School:

This book is very interesting, however, it isn't as good at the start of the book. But I loved the idea of him putting about Noah using the toilet, and the no idea!!! I found this book very funnny and entertaining making me want to read more and more- even though I do not normaly like mystery sort of books.

Sofia gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Will from Greenside Primary school:

I rated this book 5 out of 5 because I loved it it was very very funny and I think they just couldn't improve it any more because it was just too funny and if it was any more funny it would not be funny and I love the characters

Will gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

Samanta from Oakwood Primary Academy:

I loved this book SO much!It was really interesting because I loved the illustrations. Also I loved the fact that the sides of the book are black, it really intrigues you to read it. From toilet disasters to wonderful singing, there`s a lot to make you laugh.

Samanta gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Joshua from St Benedicts:

this book was amazing if I could rate ten I would rate it TEN!! great for action book lovers (such as my self)I would buy this book

Joshua gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

kavan from st benedicts:

this is one of the best mystery books I have read it was funny and it was amazing as well also it always talked about the toilet which was weird but this was great

kavan gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

Sam from strawberry fields primary school:

Invisible ink is one of the best books I have already read and I would definitely recommend this to anybody who likes action stories. If I could rate it out of ten I would rate it TEN! It is BRILLIENT!

Sam gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Manya from Allerton CofE Primary School:

I rate Invisible Inc. 4 and a half.Although the cover wasn't very appealing,it turned out to be very interesting!I would recommended this book to fiction-lovers.

Manya gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Buthayna from Shakespeare primary school:

This book is beyond amazing.This book is the most hilarious and scariest book I have ever read.I got to say that my favourite character is Sir Guy because he is French,fun and always ready for a song.I Love the first chapter because it is so funny and true.This is a true story that I shall never forget.This is a comic ,funny and biography book.I love 😍😍 that people with different characteristics bond together.I love the name and joke that comes with the name Noah Deer.No idea get it πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚.

Thank you for a lovely funny book.

Buthayna gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

cherish from Shire Oak Primary School:

Invisible INC the book was amazing I rated this book a 4 stars because it started to get boring at the end of the book but everything else was fantastic. This book was the 2nd best book I have read. I would read more of your books if the end was not getting boring I would give you a 5 star rating.

cherish gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Aisha from Harehills Primay School:

I love this book! It was full of comedy and quests. The author as used adjectives that created a visual imagine in my mind. I would recommend this book to anyone from the ages 9-10.

Aisha gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

Phoebe from Gildersome primary :

I thought that the book Invisible inc was amazing! It was funny at times and also a bit freaky too. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes funny but adventure books.Also I think you should be at least over 8 to read this book because there are some tricky words in it.

Phoebe gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Isobel from Westgate Primary School:

When Noah Deer is accidently turned invisible by his mother's new invention he realises he's not the only one wandering round invisible. Noah will team up with his new invisible friends, Lady Jemima, Sir Guy Deupp and Maloney the pony, together they will attempt to save the world from the evil Steerblight and his sidekick Mr Butt.

This book was hilariously funny from the first page all the way through to the last and Steve Cole defiantly wrote an amazing book with hilarious characters that made me laugh on every page, he should defiantly write another book just like this.

Isobel gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Evelyn from Greenside Primary school:

I really ❀️ this book because I really love adventure storiesI really recommend it to any one who loves adventure books!πŸ˜€

His vocabulary was very interesting and it really felt like was really happening but I know that it is only made up!!

Evelyn gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

William from Greenside Primary School:

This book is a fantasy and an adventure in one! This is a story of Noah, who's mother gets kidnapped by SEERBLIGHT, an evil man who has hold of Noah's mother's BRIAN zap and scanner; a device that turns things invisible! With the help of a poetic pony, a medieval knight, and a Victorian inventor, they plan to save her. I love Steve cole's characters and story plot and give the book a 4.2 rating.

William gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Darshleen from Greenside Primary School:

I really loved this book as it is really hilarious and makes me laugh out loud.It also has lots of action which I like and I really recommend it to children who like fantasy and comedy.

Darshleen gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Olivia from Greenside Primary School:

This book was full of action and adventure but it just wasn't my style of writing. It was perfect for most children but just not for me.

Olivia gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

HANFAA from BEESTON PRIMARY SCHOOL:

The story within the book was alright but it needed more emphasis to make me adore the book and they could add powerful vocabulary. Some of chapters gave me a fright as I wasn't expecting it. I think that he could improve his words for more up-levelled readers as I read the book in 6 days. I like the fact that he added twists and turns and frights to surprise the audience and to make him their hero, it's also to persuade the young people to become scientists or an author. Overall he is a brilliant author and I hope he carries on publishing more adventure books as he is one of my heroes Thank You Steve Cole!

HANFAA gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Madiyah from Alwoodley Primary School:

I extremely enjoyed this book! It was very funny which I loved and it was also a very easy read which also made me really enjoy it. My favourite part was at the begging when Noah was talking about going to the toilet, I laughed a lot at that.I definitely think it's the best book I've ever read. Thank you for making this amazing book!

Madiyah gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Abby from Alwoodley Primary school :

I enjoyed this book because it was funny but I found it a hard read. I think the illusions were amazing and they really helped me follow the story.I would recommend it to people that a funny and like imaginative books.

Abby gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Ayesha from Alwoodley Primary School :

I absolutely loved this book and think it's an amazing read. My favourite part was when a sword floated in front of Noah and my favourite character was Lady Jemima Smyth because she is very creative but I think the most funny character was Mr Butt. This book is perfect for someone who loves a bit of a laugh now and then and I would recommend it to everyone in the world!

Ayesha gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Tony from Holy Rosary & St Annes :

This book is really interesting and I recommend it because it is funny. There is a lot of adventure and the book tells you a message - never give up even when it is hard.

Tony gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

caitlin from beeston primary:

I didn't like this book because it's really boring. Also, all it is doing is repeating the same thing over and over again. I found it hard to understand what it's saying. I also found it doesn't have any AMAZING vocabulary.

caitlin gave Invisible Inc. 1 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Ellen from Alwoodley Primary School:

At first I wasn't sure about this book because it looked too silly for me however when I started it it was really funny! It was still a bit childish at times however the first two pages are hilarious- the best part of the whole story. I think this is the easiest read on the Book Awards selection. The reason I gave it a 3 out of 5 is because it just isn't really my favourite style.

Ellen gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Erin from st margarets :

i thought this book wasnt great because i found it hard to understand it the start was very good but then it turned a bit boring i would try a other one of his books

Erin gave Invisible Inc. 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Jonathan from st Margarets:

A boy has a boring mum who is a scientist with a boy called Noah deer who meets a medieval man and a Victorian inventor

Jonathan gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Kaitlin from Allerton Bywater Primary:

I really enjoyed this book; it really keeps you engaged and it was hilarious to read. It had lots of description, and I would recommend it to anyone that likes graphic novels.

Kaitlin gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Eliza from Otley all saints:

I had high expectations for this book but unfortunately I set the bar to high. I didn't really enjoy this book because I thought it wasn't one of those books you could pick up and read for ages and ages. i think it would be interesting to read another of Steve Coles books to see if I enjoy them more!

Eliza gave Invisible Inc. 2 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Sanele from Kirkstall.St.Stephens:

I enjoyed this book. It was cleverly written with ideas Roald Dahl would be proud of. Although this book would never come close to the Harry Potter books as I am a die-hard Potter-head it still has the potential to win the shortlist.

Sanele gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Ellie from Kirkstall st Stephens Primary School :

I think this book is very good because it is very Funny and understandable for people my age because of the vocabulary and humour of the book! I think the author did very well on writing this book and that's why I gave it a 5/5 ! It would be very easy for me to read this book again !!!

Ellie gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Sanele from Kirkstall.St.Stephens:

I enjoyed this book. It was cleverly written with ideas Roald Dahl would be proud of. Although this book would never come close to the Harry Potter books as I am a die-hard Potter-head it still has the potential to win the shortlist.

Sanele gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Ally from Green Lane Primary Academy:

Invisible Inc. is a book by Steve Cole. It is an adventure story about a boy called Noah who gets hit with his Mum's invention, the Scan and Zapper, an invisibility ray and finds himself teaming up with an intelligent inventor, a poetic pony and a dangerous knight to save his mother and defeat the evil Seerblight and his henchman Mr Butt from turning the entire planet invisible. A funny story for ages 10 and up. I would recommend this book to my friend CJ because he likes funny stories. My favourite part is when they are fighting the Poultry Geists; they are evil chicken monsters who attack Noah, Lady Jemima the inventor and Sir Guy the knight with his strong pony Malony. In total I would rate this book 5/5 because it is cool, funny and awesome.

Ally gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

jalaal from alwoodley primary:

it was absolutely amazing I was on the edge of my seat when I eventually fell off. My favourite character had to be sir guy because he was so funny and I loved it when he sang his songs. My favourite part was when Noah tried to speak through his mums earphones.

jalaal gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Aleesha from Harehills Primary Schoolo:

At first when I started to read the book, I was a little bit scared because it had monsters but then when I carried on reading, I couldn't put the book down. the author used engaging vocabulary and alliteration.

Aleesha gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

Felix from Ebor Gardens Primary Academy:

I love this book because of all the adventure defeating seer-blight and Noah turning invisible

Felix gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Nicola from Oakwod Primary Academy:

I like the book it has singing in it witch many books don't have in I recommend it.Ienjoyed the book

Nicola gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Frahnaz from Oakwood Primary Academy:

This book was amazing I REALLY ENJOYED IT. The only thing that need improving is the blurb. When I read it I really couldn't understand what it meant.

Frahnaz gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Alannah from Green Lane Primary Academy:

I loved Invisible Ink because it left me on a cliff-hanger, it was hard putting it down. This book also has amazing spacing (most books' spacing is terrible and it’s harder to read because of my dyslexia). I also love adventure and this book had plenty of it the pictures are awesome and funny to I would recommend this book to 7 years and older!!

Alannah gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

James from Green Lane Primary Academy:

What is the book about?

Noah lives with his Mum in a house that used to belong to Baroness Jemima Smyth. His Mum is a scientist inspired by Jemima. Noah's Mum found Jemima's diary and completed her creation of a device that will make things disappear! Then a van that says 'seerblight services' on it stopped at their house.

Who would I recommend this to and why?

I would recommend this book to people who like spy stuff and adventure and epic battles because if you like them you have come to the right book!

What ages is this book for and why?

I would say about 7 plus because there is no things that 7 year olds wouldn't understand. Apart from the letters they use for screaming.

James gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Honor from St Roberts catholic primary school:

I really liked this book. It was very funny and I really liked the characters. I would recommend this book to 9-10 year olds who like adventure. I found this book quite easy to read so I do not recommend this to 11 year olds. if you like science fiction then this is for you! The story is about a boy who turns invisible and meets some invisible people. They have to try and stop and evil villain from taking over the world! they face many challenges on their way. This is a good book!

Honor gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Thomas from Calverley cofe primary school:

This book started off slow.The author;Steve cole,drew me in with his fabulous writing.This would be a great class novel.It felt like I was superglued to it and read it every night.Please write a sequel for this book.#bestbookever!!!

Thank you for giving me a sensational experience

Thomas gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

olive from beeston primary:

Invisible Inc. is such a great book. It keeps you on the edge of your seat, wanting to read on; and I must say I could not put it down. The characters have so different personalities, but Steve Cole has managed to wrap it all into one hilarious, action themed adventure. If I managed to meet Steve Cole, the one thing I would ask of him would be to write a second one, as I love how he writes and I think this is an awesome genre for anybody who loves humour, superheroes or action. This book contains all of the above and much more. The only thing he could improve next time is to stick to what he said, for example: they couldn't physically touch or move anything, yet they could touch all of Jem's science equipment. As well some bits didn't quite make sense to me. However overall this book was a great read for me, and I am already on the lookout for more Steve Cole books...

olive gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Cogheart by Peter Bunzl.

Tom from Otley All Saints Primary School:

The book was gripping from beginning to end . The illustrations are great the whole way through . The funniest picture is Mr But in all his buttie glory ! The most intriguing chapter was 'haunted by a tin of beans'.

Tom gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Eva from Carlton Primary School:

One of things that I love about this book is that they can still do incredible things when they have a mysterious disability.This book combines danger with teamwork. Invisible inc. is an astounding book that has so many twist and turns you cant stop reading it.My favorite part is the middle because it is so exiting, and incredible.Each chapter gets better as you read the book.I hope that everybody reads this mind blowing book!

Eva gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Amelia from Carlton Primary school:

I liked this book because it was a mysterious,unpredictable and an interesting book. My favorite character is Sir Guy because he is very funny and made me laugh a lot which i like. My least favorite character was Steerblight because he is evil and mean. My favorite bit was when Noah came invisible.

Amelia gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Aaron from Ebor Gardens Primary Academy:

I kind of liked it the horse was my favourite character and it was a book I never could put down but there wasn't enough characters so I'm rating it a 4 out of 5.

Aaron gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

jamie from ebor gardens :

I rate 5 because its a good story and predictable

jamie gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

favour from Ebor gardens primary Academy:

WOW! this book is amazing (but still worth a 3 rates) who would have thought to see ghosts and an ordinary boy saving the world no way.

favour gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Olivia from Carlton Primary School:

Invisible Inc is a tension filled book. It is full of adventure, comedy and crime. This book is about a boy called Noah who lives with his mum, who is a scientist, and he goes on some big adventures and meets many friends and enemies along the way. Will he be able to save the world and conquer his worst enemy? Do you love thrillers? If so you will love this book. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who loves adventure, tension and crime.

Olivia gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Connor from Carlton Primary School:

With every person on Earth in danger it is up to a 15th century knight, 17th century and an ordinary boy, Noah can they stop the evil mastermind Seerblight with his 1000th birthday coming up soon and he is planning to pow powder everyone they have to stop him. Can they? Find out in: Invisible Inc. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who loves crime and adventure. I was also stepping out of my comfort zone with this book but it turns out it is absolutely amazing.

Connor gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Noah from Shire Oak C of E Primary school:

IVISABLE INK

I love this book because it is a like a cross personality book because it is a mystery and action/adventure book.

one of my favourite

parts is when noah deer complains that people never go to the toilet in action movies.

I think people should read this book because it is very funny

if you choose to read this book I hope you enjoy it.

Noah gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Harrison from ST.Benedicts:

It is really humorous and exciting, I suggest other children read this book as it describes characters very well and their adventures are very detailed as it uses different words every now and then.

Harrison gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Lydia from Oakwood Primary Academy:

Invisible Inc was a good book and I would suggest reading the book. Some of the pages I did not understand but it was a funny book and really good.

Lydia gave Invisible Inc. 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Murder in Midwinter by Fleur Hitchcock.

Amgad from EBOR Gardens Primary Academy:

My favourite characters maloney the way his feelings were like for E:G in the beginning he heard lots of ghost sounds and when he saw something invisible that opened the door.The characters felt unreal because they became ghosts. it kind of got me guessing because when he became a ghost he did not know what was happening he was really petrified because he was a ghost.

Amgad gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Beetle Boy by M. G. Leonard.

Sarah Imane from EBOR Gardens Primary Academy:

Invisible Inc was a very funny book to read.The opening was the funniest bit when it talked about how supper hero's don't stop for a loo brake. I think more adventure would make it a nit more interesting but other then that it can't get any better.

Sarah Imane gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Shanice from Ebor Gardens Primary Academy:

I absolutely adored this book. Not only does it have a twist to it it is also hilarious. Invisible Inc. is one of the best books I've read. Again it is a really entertaining book and makes the reader want to read on and on. The book however could use a bit more humor since I feel it is more of a comedy book than a action novel. Very true, in most books the narrator never mentions going to the toilet.

Shanice gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Jacqueline from Middleton st marys c of e primary leeds:

This book is amazing because the little boy Noah goes on a adventure with a famous Victorian Scientist Lady Jemima and a Knight Sir Guy deYupp. They battle a evil man who is trying to take over the world. My favourite characters are Noah and Jemima because them two listen to each other while they are saving Noah's mum and the world. I love this book. I hope I get to read more books of Steve Cole.

Jacqueline gave Invisible Inc. 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Max Helsing, Monster Hunter by Curtis Jobling.

Ella from St. Margaret's C of E primary,Horsforth:

Invisible Inc. is a crazy, fun, fantasy book. And don't worry. This book is one hundred percent truth, with toilet trips, singing, and mental killer chickens. With Sir Guy's singalongs, the proffessor's brainy tatics and Noah Deer's sheer determination, this book is a very good book.

Ella gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.

Anas from Oakwood Primary Academy:

This book is amazing and you can literally can NOT PUT IT DOWN! Invisible Inc. isn't any old action book, but has many funny parts in it. Toilet trips and lots of singing too! I would love to read more of Steve Cole's books and I think you should too. I especially love the parts when Noah's mum says Noah Deer like (No idea!) and when Sir Guy has a singing moment.

Anas gave Invisible Inc. 4 out of 5 and now plans to read A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill.