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Timothy Mallborn: The Invisible Boy

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Timothy Mallborn: The Invisible Boy is the autobiography of a boy who disappeared in Toronto's largest shopping mall. After realizing that he is completely invisible, Timothy fashions a home for himself in the children's section of a department store. As Tim grows older, he does his best to find meaning in his lonely world. He reads books and rides bikes and plays video ...more
ebook, 36 pages
Published August 29th 2012 by Amazon Digital Services
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Oct 17, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Who says the soul-sucking alienation of contemporary consumerism can't be fun? Those of us who live in a community that features a shopping mall at its cultural and social heart, will have no trouble identifying with Timothy Mallborn, the invisible hero of Matthew Lie-Paehlke's delightful story of a young boy who grows up in a mall - literally.

Timothy gets lost as a five year old lad, and finds meaning, art, and even love as he wanders from store to store over twenty-plus years. In his world
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