Upside down magic sticks and stones book report
Sticks & Stones by Emily JenkinsLauren MyracleSarah Mlynowski | ScholasticThe kids in Upside-Down Magic know their magic is a little out of control. Yes, Marigold did shrink Lacey Clench to the size of a gerbil. But that was an accident. This review is entirely from Miss L, as mommy has not read Upside Down Magic and has no desire to do so. I just typed it out for her.
Ed Word the Bookworm: "Upside Down Magic" by Sarah Mlynowski, Lauren Myracle, and Emily Jenkins
Sign up for our newsletters! From New York Times bestselling authors Sarah Mlynowski, Lauren Myracle, and Emily Jenkins comes a new, offbeat series about a group of misfits who set out to prove that life on the other side of ordinary has its charms. It's never easy when your magic goes wonky. In their classroom, lessons are unconventional, students are unpredictable and magic has a tendency to turn wonky at the worst possible moments. Because it's always amazing, the trouble a little wonky magic can cause
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Post a Comment. Yes, Marigold did shrink Lacey Clench to the size of an insect. But that was an accident. And, yes, most people weren't prepared for Nory to transform into a squippy that's half squid, half puppy -but it's not like Nory "meant" to mix up paws and tentacles. And while Bax does have the unfortunate magical condition of turning into a stone, he swears he has nothing to do with the rocky magic that's been happening in Dunwiddle's halls.
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