All Leilani wants is to become friends with the most popular girls in her class, so she invites them to a sleepover. But when her grandmother, Tutu, accidentally mails the invitations to the DO NOT INVITE list, the three kids she did not want to come show up instead: the neighbor who won’t talk to her; the girl who always wears a hat and cape; and her cousin who teases her. She only has her best friend, Autumn, to get her through the night.
What's worse, Tutu didn't buy any food, but left a strange recipe for “Sleepover Soup” which requires the guests to find and collect one ingredient that has significant meaning in their lives and then wish on it. So begins a scavenger hunt that takes the kids into each other's worlds, where five unlikely friends find what they truly desire—acceptance.
Bestselling author Suzanne Selfors brings heart and humor to this middle grade novel about a group of misfits who find true friendship where they least expect it.
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Ten-year-old Isabelle lives in Runny Cove where it’s always raining and the whole world has turned gray. When she gets a mysterious visitor with news of an unexpected inheritance, she leaps at the chance to a place full of sunshine . . . and magic!
There, magic grows into cherries that cure ills and fronds that make her fly. But when Isabelle feels the call to return to Runny Cove and use the magic of the farm to stop the rain, her loyalty is put to the test. Can she choose between her new home and the one she left behind?
In the spirit of Roald Dahl, Suzanne Selfors spins a wonderful and weird middle grade tale.
Suzanne Selfors is a national bestselling author who writes for kids of all ages. She’s received four Junior Library Guild awards, appeared on a dozen state lists, earned starred reviews from Kirkus, School Library Journal, and Publishers Weekly. The Sasquatch Escape won the WA State Book Award and was Amazon’s Best Children’s Book of 2013. She lives on a northerly island where rain falls like music, which is why she gets so much writing done.