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About Suzy Kline
Suzy Kline, the author of the Horrible Harry and Song Lee books, lives in Willington, Connecticut with her husband, Rufus. Suzy and Rufus have been married for over forty years. They met in the state where they both grew up: California. Suzy grew up in Berkeley and Rufus in Sacramento. Suzy graduated from the University of California at Berkeley with a degree in European history. She met Rufus at the Davis campus while attending that campus for a year. They got married and lived in different places, including Canada, before settling into Connecticut, the state they now call home.
Suzy taught in 5th and 6th grades at Shannon Elementary School in Richmond, California for 3 years, and 2nd and 3rd grades at Southwest Elementary School in Torrington, Connecticut for 24 years before retiring. She now enjoys writing full-time and visiting schools and libraries. The couple share their home with two cats, Teeter and Hoag. They have two daughters, Jennifer and Emily, and five grandchildren.
Suzy and Rufus enjoy attending UConn football and basketball games, and Suzy uses the UConn library as a reference for her writing facts.
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It’s one of the best days at South School: Field Day! That means bean bag tosses, relay races, and tug of war. When Mr. Deltoid announces students will pair up to compete for a mystery prize, Harry and Doug are determined to win. But at what cost? Harry's sneaky tactics leave Sid and Mary grumbling. They even claim he’s cheating. Harry insists he's playing fair and square. Doug doesn’t know what to think! He must prove his best friend is innocent before his classmates seek Field Day revenge. Can they win and play by the rules, or will the highlight of the year be a horrible disaster?