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Elizabeth, at only 10 years of age, tells a TRUE STORY that begins heart breaking with a touch of humor. She opens up her heart in hopes of helping other people that have felt or feel the same way she did, INVISIBLE, to know they are not alone.

Hoping that parents will recognize if they have a child feeling as she did, so they can reach out and correct it.

Elizabeth tells us how it feels to be the ‘OTHER CHILD’ as her family struggles with her little brothers’ medical problems.   The pain of being the other child, having to make sacrifice after sacrifice, and the sorrow she felt when her parents made family choices that she felt were not fair to her…

Find out what made Elizabeth feel INVISIBLE, and how she turned her feelings and emotions into a desire to reach out to the world to help families and children that live with Autism and Epilepsy.


Title: Invisible

Author: Elizabeth Koller

Publisher: AuthorHouse


Text Box: Book Reviews
...I just read your book and it was absolutely fabulous.  It is hard to believe someone your age is so in tune with their feelings and the feelings of others.  
...I see other children relating to your story of feeling left out and “Invisible” to everyone around them when there are issues with a sibling.
...I think you will reach many children, young and old, who will realize they are not alone in the world in how they feel.
...Parents will relate to how the “Invisible” child is left behind and what that child may be feeling but afraid to say.
...You have given parents something to look for an then realize how much that “Invisible” child needs them.
…Through your book the words Autism and Epilepsy may no longer be scary or something to hide or be afraid of.  
...Thank you for sharing your heartbreak and feelings.

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