Sixth-grader Roderick Ringley has an obsession. He loves snow and can’t get enough of the white, fluffy stuff. Happiest when he is cross-country skiing or clearing neighbors’ pathways, Roderick wishes winter and the wonderland it creates would never end.
When he stumbles upon an ancient Native American powder that holds the power to manipulate the weather over his hometown, Roderick thinks he has found the answer to his prayers. To Roderick, it’s impossible to have too much of a good thing. Or is it?
Set in the late 1970s, Clouds Go Wild is a timeless story of youthful ambition and hard-won lessons. Imbued with humor and sprinkled with colorful characters, it is a novel that young readers won’t soon forget.