Jamie is smaller than his younger brother Harry and he's fed up with people thinking he's the youngest. Then Jamie finds a magic cloak and accidentally turns Harry into a bluebottle. In the comic confusion and mad panic of trying to rescue him and turn him back into a boy before someone squashes him, Jamie discovers that being a big brother has nothing to do with size.
Pete Johnson worked as an English teacher and a film critic for Radio 1 before becoming a full-time writer. He is well-known for his older fiction, such as TEN HOURS TO LIVE. He has published two books for Puffin:
MIND READER and MIND READER: BLACKMAIL in the Surfers series. He is now also writing very successfully for younger readers - THE GHOST DOG won the 1997 Daily Telegraph Award. Pete is a popular visitor in schools and libraries. He lives in St Albans, Hertfordshire.