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From New York Times best-selling authors Sarah Mlynowski, Lauren Myracle, and Emily Jenkins comes more upside-down fun in the fifth book of this hilarious series.   

When Willa's upside-down magic rains, it pours. Clouds form under ceilings. Classrooms get flooded. Umbrellas must always be nearby, just in case Willa has an outburst. 

Willa hates being the source of such sogginess. Even worse, the more she rains, the worse she feels.... and the worse she feels, the more she rains.  

All the storminess is threatening to drown her good grades and flood all her friendships. Is there any way to use magic to make the clouds disappear? Or is the storm of the century on its way?

©2018 Sarah Mlynowski, Lauren Myracle and Emily Jenkins (P)2018 Scholastic Inc.

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This book is really good 1,2,3 are just smooth books where it is just about the sparkies it was kinda boring but number 4 and 5 are about sage and Willa and marigold so yeah it is way more interesting I am a big fan of upside down magic and always will be I LOVE this book

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UDM SEEMS TO BE LOOSING IDENTITY.

In the end , the story is about kids seeing through their differences and finding common ground. The story gets there through an uncomfortable interaction between narcissistic Nori and awkward Willa. First three books greatly outshine books 4 and 5.