Summer has just begun, and Hazel “Hazy” Bloom is not a happy camper. In fact, she’s not even an unhappy camper, because she’s stuck at home while all of her friends spend their summers camping (okay, Elizabeth’s is only day camp, but still). But then her tomorrow power—her ability to see a visual cue about something that will happen the next day—leads her to the empty house next door, where strange things keep happening. Empty house. Flickering lights. Sudden gust of wind. Could there be a ghost there? Hazy realizes it’s once again up to her to solve the mystery and prevent doom!
Jennifer Hamburg is an Emmy-winning children’s television writer who has written for hit shows such as Doc McStuffins, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, and Super Why! She is the author of several picture books, including A Moose that Says Moo, and lives with her family in Houston, Texas.
Jenn Harney is the illustrator of the Hazy Bloom chapter-book series (FSG), as well as the picture books Never Trumpet with a Crumpet (Boyds Mills Press) and Underwear (Disney-Hyperion), her author-illustrator debut. Jenn lives in Cleveland, OH, with her husband, her daughter, and corgi. Follow her on jkharney.blogspot.com and @jennharknee. (Bio via Sterling Fall 2018 Catalog)