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Ella Carter-Upside Down Magic Sticks and Stones by Ella Carter

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Transcript of Ella Carter-Upside Down Magic Sticks and Stones by Ella Carter

By: Sarah Mlynowski, Lauren Myracle,
and Emily Jenkins

Upside-Down Magic
Sticks & Stones

Upside-Down Magic
Sticks & Stones
Upside-Down Magic is a book about a group of kids with unusual magic powers. There are five different regular magic catogories including Flares, Flyers, Fluxers, Fuzzies, and Flickers. Flares have fire magic, Flyers fly, Fluxers turn into animals, Fuzzies communicate with animals, and Flickers can can be invisible or make things invisible. Weird things are happening in the school and the Upside-Down Magic kids are being blamed for it. A big problem in the book is when Lacey, a mean girl who doesn't like the UDM ( Upside-Down Magic), tries to kick UDM out of the school. She starts a petition and wants people to sign it so she gets her way. Will her plan work? Read the book to find out.

Summary
It think people should read this book because it has a lot of adventure. I would recommend this book to kids that enjoy lots of magic and excitement. I would rate this book four-and-a-half stars out of five.
Recommendation
The overall message of the book was ''it is okay to be different.'' That was the overall message because the UDM kids in the book did not like being different because other kids misjudged them. It showed the reader that being different isn't always so bad.

Theme
By: Sarah Mynowski, Lauren Myracle, and Emily Jenkins
Publishing Company:
Scholastic
Publishing Year: 2016
Main Characters
The first main character is Nory. She goes to Dunwiddle Magic School. Nory is very funny, smart, kind, helpful and has magic powers. She is a good friend to everyone and is very caring.
The second main character is Bax. He also goes to Dunwiddle Magic School. Bax is a kind boy with magic powers. He is very caring, friendly, and a good friend.
Setting
The setting takes place at Dunwiddle School. It is full of magic and fun. Nory, Bax and their classmates are all in fifth grade.
By Ella Carter
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