This story was written for Andy Atkins to illustrate. He paints a great jungle. Click here for a look behind the book, and then keep your big, bulging eyes open for a sequel in a couple of years.

School Library Journal says - "Highly recommended."

He tried to be funny and fun. "There is one more thing I haven't tried," he said.

He wove a wicker welcome mat. No one saw it.

"Look at me! Look at me!"

Napoleon was a colorful guy. In fact, he was every bit as spiffy as the limb he lived on. And that was a problem.

Napoleon is the spiffiest chameleon in the jungle, but he has no friends. And why is that?

lizard weaving a door mat.
Lizard climbing up a colorful branch.
Lizard extends his tongue out.
large limb extends out from tree trunk.
Kurt Cyrus
Author & Illustrator of Children's

Copyright Kurt Cyrus 1997 - 2021

INVISIBLE LIZARD

Illustrated by Andy Atkins

Written by Kurt Cyrus