Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Sentence Sneak Peek - Upside Down Magic

Upside-Down Magic by Sarah Mlynowski, Lauren Myracle, and Emily Jenkins

The first sentence from each chapter of Upside-Down Magic, it's a mini summary of what you can expect to read.

* Spoilers are highlighted like so :)

“Nory Horace was trying to turn herself into a kitten.”

“Hawthorn was sixteen.”

“The Hall of Magic and Performance was very grand.”

“Nory’s father rose.”

“That evening, Father and Hawthorn picked at their dinner.”

“Aunt Margo had fixed up a tiny guest bedroom for Nory.”

“The hallways of Dunwiddle School were nothing like the friendly hallways of Nory’s old ordinary school.”

“Nory was a bitten for only a minute, but during that minute she got a lot done.”

“Things worth doing are usually hard,” Ms. Starr said.”

“In the cafeteria, Nory and Elliott both got plates of mac and cheese.”

“The cafeteria was closed until further notice.”

“On Monday, Bax turned into a rock at the beginning of headstand practice.”

“Nory and Elliott practiced that afternoon at Nory’s house.”

“The next day passed with math, geography, poetry, group trust exercises, and interpretive dance.”

“The box of normal worked for Elliott, too.”

“The UDM students, Nory and Elliott among them, did math and geography and expressed their feelings through interpretive dance.”

“Principal Gonzalez pulled a blue leather leash from his pocket.”

“A week later, Elliott, Marigold, Willa, Bax, Nory, and Sebastian had a picnic in Aunt Margo’s backyard.”

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