Susie is facing expulsion from her new school. For a theft she didn't commit. Why, she despairs, is life so unfair? To clear her name she resolves to find the real thief. She sneaks out of the house. For which offence she faces further severe punishment, this time at the hands of her parents. Why, she despairs to Mr E, is life so unfair? Mr E is one of her collection of toy frogs, collectively known as the Sufrogs. If Susie really wants to know, he suggests, maybe she should get a bit of distance between herself and the question. The Sufrogs have magi powers - not magic, the 'magi' inside i-magi-nation. Using which they can whoosh Susie anywhere. The clouds are some way away. Maybe far enough to give Susie the perspective she needs. Accompanied by six of her Sufrogs - and a large dollop of scepticism - Susie incants the magi words. ... And whooshes through her window.
Used availability for Gregory Dark's Susie and the Snow-it-alls
November 2011 : UK Paperback
November 2011 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition