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Night Owl (Upside-Down Magic #8)


    Night Owl (Upside-Down Magic #8) Canadian Title

    By Emily Jenkins   and Lauren Myracle   and Sarah Mlynowski   

    Scholastic Inc. | ISBN 9781338662177 Paperback
    176 Pages | 5.244" x 7.546" | Ages 8 to 12

    Scholastic Inc. | ISBN 9781338662160 Hardcover
    176 Pages | 5.705" x 8.588" | Ages 8 to 12

    Scholastic Inc. | ISBN 9781338662184 Ebook
    176 Pages | Ages 8 to 12

    The Upside-Down Magic kids are back in another topsy-turvy adventure in the next installment of this New York Times bestselling series!

    It’s Big Night in Dunwiddle . . . and that means the whole school has a sleepover like no other. For one night every year, magic students run through the halls, hunting for the objects that will win them a super special prize.

    Nory is super excited for the scavenger hunt. Not only because she likes winning, but also because if her team wins, she thinks there’s a chance her best friend Elliott won’t move away to attend super snobby Sage Academy.

    Sebastian is a little less excited once the hunt is on. Yes, he has magical powers that help his team — like being able to see invisible things or anything that makes a sound. The problem is that the really loud sounds are hurting him . . . and nobody seems to care.

    The kids in Upside-Down Magic know their five F’s (Flares, Flyers, Fuzzies, Flickers, and Fluxers) — but to win this night, a sixth F is the most important . . . Friendship.

    Raves & reviews:

    Praise for the Upside-Down Magic series:

    “Mlynowski, Myracle, and Jenkins have combined their considerable writing powers and experience to create an uplifting series launch that will charm young fantasy readers.” — Booklist

    “[An] entertaining story about magical powers gone humorously awry.” — Publishers Weekly

    “The inventive tale is filled with a deftly balanced mixture of otherworldly effects, humor, and action. . . Appealing, warmhearted, and magical.” — Kirkus Reviews