Sticks & Stones (Upside-Down Magic #2) (Paperback)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 2 in the Upside-Down Magic series.
- #1: Upside-Down Magic (Upside-Down Magic #1) (Paperback): $5.99
- #3: Showing Off (Upside-Down Magic #3) (Paperback): $5.99
- #4: Dragon Overnight (Upside-Down Magic #4) (Paperback): $5.99
- #5: Weather or Not (Upside-Down Magic #5) (Paperback): $5.99
- #6: The Big Shrink (Upside-Down Magic #6) (Hardcover): $14.99
- #7: Hide and Seek (Upside-Down Magic #7) (Hardcover): $14.99
Strange things are happening at Dunwiddle Magic School and the Upside-Down Magic class is getting blamed!
Yes, Marigold did shrink Lacey Clench to the size of a gerbil. 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.
When things get messy, it's easy to point your finger at the kids with the messiest magic. But the Upside-Down Magic students aren't going to let themselves get in trouble. Instead, they're going to find out what's really going on-and get their school back on track before something really wacky happens.
About the Author
Lauren Myracle is the New York Times bestselling author of many books for young readers, including The Winnie Years (which begins with Ten), the Flower Power series (which begins with Luv Ya Bunches), and the Life of Ty series. She would like to be a Fuzzy so she could talk to unicorns and feed them berries. You can find Lauren online at laurenmyracle.com.
Emily Jenkins is the author of many chapter books, including the Toys trilogy (which begins with Toys Go Out) and the Invisible Inkling series. Her picture books include Lemonade in Winter, Toys Meet Snow, and The Fun Book of Scary Stuff. She would like to be a Flare and work as a pastry chef. Visit Emily at emilyjenkins.com.
The Nightrunner series has quickly become my new favorite fantasy series. Flewelling has created a full and interesting fantasy world that brings freshness to many classic tropes of the genre. Luck in the Shadows shines when it comes to characters. Flewelling knows how to let a character grow naturally and come to life in her stories. Any lover of high fantasy age 16 and up should make this a part of their collection. - Pete