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Hazy Bloom and the Tomorrow Power

Hazy Bloom and the Tomorrow Power

Hazy Bloom

Jennifer Hamburg; illustrated by Jenn Harney

Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)



One perfectly ordinary afternoon, a vision flashes through third-grader Hazel “Hazy” Bloom’s mind—of flying peas. The next day in the school cafeteria, a food fight erupts that involves the very same airborne veggie. After one or two more seemingly silly visions come true in unexpected ways, Hazy realizes she has a strange new power to foresee a visual clue about trouble that’s on its way within twenty-four hours. But seeing is not always understanding, and headstrong Hazy quickly discovers that “tomorrow power” sometimes only gives her the ability to make a hilarious mess of things instead of saving the day.




The first vision I ever had came on Sunday, and I know this because I was staring at the fridge.

Well, not just the plain old fridge, because that would be weird.

I was staring...


Praise for Hazy Bloom and the Tomorrow Power

“This series starter strikes a nice balance between drama and levity . . . Hazy may well be a match for Beverly Cleary’s spunky Ramona Quimby.” —Booklist

“Hazy's irrepressible, hilarious narration (punctuated with exclamation points and spelling vocabulary words she likes and dislikes) proves fast-paced and amusing . . . Likely to engage the primary school set with its madcap humor and unpredictable heroine.” —Kirkus

“This quickly paced tale features a well-developed main character and lots of funny scenes . . . Hazy’s voice is unique, and her quirky personality is showcased on every page . . . Harney’s pictures are charming and add to the humor of the story.” —School Library Journal

Reviews from Goodreads

About the author

Jennifer Hamburg; illustrated by Jenn Harney

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 an illustrator and toy designer who lives in Twinsburg, Ohio.

Jennifer Hamburg

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Jenn Harney

Jenn Harney

From the Publisher

Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)

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