Hazel is imaginative and distractible, often getting lost in her head. When she starts having vague images appear before her as visions, she gradually realizes they relate to events that will occur the following day. She gets glimpses of the future. Unfortunately, her attempts to put this new "superpower" to good use tend to create more problems than they solve, often because she misinterprets what the visions mean. They seem more trouble than they're worth.
Hazy's story blends her humorous narration and silly circumstances with the drama of her real worries and the trouble she creates for herself. It makes for an amusing and far from trivial book that early readers should find enjoyably approachable.
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