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Confessions of an Imaginary Friend is just a wickedly funny and fun look at what happens when the imaginary discovers that they are imaginary.

Book Review: ‘ Confessions of an Imaginary Friend, A Memoir by Jacques Paper,’ As Told to Michelle Cuevas

19542845What happens when an imaginary friend finds out they are imaginary? In Confessions of an Imaginary Friend, a Memoir of Jacques Papier by Michelle Cuevas, we are introduced to the life of Jaques Papier and his sister Fleur. In school, at home and everywhere else Fleur is the popular sibling while Jaques can’t get anyone to notice him. He loves Fleur and she is not just his sister but his very best friend.

When Jaques finds out he is not really Fleur’s brother but her imaginary friend, he is sure there is some mistake. Unwilling to accept the truth, he is devastated to find that he may truly be imaginary. He begins his own quest to find out who he really is and what his future holds. How can he be real if he technically “isn’t there?”

This is a fun filled work full of hijinks and discovery as Jacques meets a series of youngsters, and other imaginary friends. As he pushes himself to find the truth, he discovers his own wonder of belonging and being himself.

This is just a wickedly funny and fun look at what happens when the imaginary discovers that they are imaginary. What a fun spoof of realization that would be. In this quirky Memoir of Jacques Papier you find yourself worrying about and rooting for something that is only imaginary. Cuevas takes us into the unusual, and if you have ever had an imaginary friend or wanted one, this is a funny take on the possibilities. She also answers the ‘age old question,’ what happens to an imaginary friend when they are no longer needed.

If you are looking for a fun book for your child or even just that little something that will make you chuckle this is the work for you. Full of wonder, mystery, sadness, and growth it is the perfect choice for your child’s library. Charming and full of questions and fun, you will enjoy the ride.

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