Author(s): Stelzer Cameron Clark Robert D.
The third Stroogle adventure. Unlike the two previous colourful adventures, this story begins with a cold, frozen world, covered with ice. Spring is due two months ago, but all around lies winter snow. The garden gnomes are turning blue and the mouse's cheese is frozen solid. Only the Stroogle is still warm as he flies along on his sled. Throughout this story the Stroogle searches for a way to warm his frozen friends and to transform winter into spring. A visit to the Fairy Godmother's cave reveals that it will take someone very special to warm things up: "When winter's chill is here to stay and snow and ice won't go away it's only with the warmest heart that you can make the springtime start. This story explores what it means to have a warm heart and a caring spirit and how with a few simple gestures, a grey world can be transformed into a colourful paradise. Throughout the story, Cameron has hidden things for the reader to find.