Samantha and Tracy have been best friends since kindergarten, but now that Tracy has gotten over her shyness and made new friends, Samantha is feeling left out. This is nothing compared to how she feels when a strange girl named Jessica tells Samantha that she’s actually an imaginary friend. Tracy has outgrown Samantha, and it’s time for Samantha to help another child who needs her. But will Samantha be able to move on and fulfill her duty as an imaginary friend?
Kindle Edition, 13 pages
Published on September 3, 2011
4 Book Reviews
  • enchanted7
    enchanted7almost 7 years55 stars
    will make you feel like you are a valuable person! when I read this book, I felt like nothing can really change me unless I had a friend exactly like her.
    • enchanted7
      enchanted7almost 7 years55 stars
      I loved how this girl came to another one and helped her get new friends. But being invisible to a friend you had can be well... not so fun. I would love to be able to have my own imaginary friend but I am good at making friends on my own.
      • yeahover 7 years
        i love it so much i read it 100 times i love this book so much
        • barbie1289
          barbie1289over 7 years
          I really want to read or get this book