"Clara can't believe her no-nonsense grandmother has just up and moved to Florida, leaving Clara and her mother on their own for the first time. This means her mother can finally "follow her bliss," which involves moving to a tiny apartment in Kensington Market, working at a herbal remedy shop and trying to develop her so-called mystical powers. Clara tries to make the best of a bad situation by joining the newspaper staff at her new middle school, where she can sharpen her investigative journalistic skills and tell the kind of hard-news stories her grandmother appreciated. But the editor relegates her to boring news stories and worse ... the horoscopes. Worse yet, her horoscopes come true, and soon everyone at school is talking about Clara Voyant, the talented fortune-teller. Clara is horrified--horoscopes and clairvoyance aren't real, she insists, just like her grandmother always told her. But when a mystery unfolds at school, she finds herself in a strange situation: having an opportunity to prove herself as an investigative journalist ... with the help of her own mystical powers."--Provided by publisher.
Clairvoyance -- Juvenile fiction.
Fortune-telling -- Juvenile fiction.
Journalism, School -- Juvenile fiction.
Mother and child -- Juvenile fiction.
Student newspapers and periodicals -- Juvenie fiction.
Toronto (Ont.) -- Juvenile fiction.