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Mostly Sunny with a Chance of Storms

3.74  ·  Rating details ·  266 ratings  ·  10 reviews
Sunny Hathaway—introvert, entrepreneur, inventor, poet, dog lover, and lateral thinker—has a lot on her plate. She's moving to a new house, dealing with step-siblings, and starting a dog entertainment business too.
Sunny and her expertly blended, thoroughly modern family are moving into her grandmother's old mansion, Windermere. Sunny wins the turret bedroom from her step-
Paperback, 288 pages
Published July 20th 2010 by Allen & Unwin (first published 2009)
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Nitin Arora
Oct 15, 2013 rated it liked it
Even though this is a book targetted for the youth, i still liked the story and the cosy atmosphere, that brings back many childhood memories.
ISLN (Int'l School Library Network) Singapore
Reading age 9 to 13
Sunny is not happy about moving to the mansion left by Granny Carmelene to Sunny’s mother, Alex. As she points out she ‘isn’t so good with change’. What an understatement, but as in the previous tale of Sunny, Sunny Side Up, change, adaptation and cooperation just make life better, brighter, and richer—eventually!
Establishing a civil relationship with Carmelene’s old gardener, Settimio, seems doomed to failure, but even that has an unexpected outcome. As well there is a new mi
Jan 11, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I loved this book!!
I first read it when I was about 11. Since then I have read it over 20 times and I still laugh out loud every time. If I finish a depressing book that didn't have a happy ending (which unfortunately is happening a lot lately) I always open to a random page and read this book. It just cheers me up so much.

I read "Mostly Sunny With a Chance of Storms" before "Sunny Side Up" and this didn't really matter or spoil anything. I went out and bought "Sunny Side Up" as soon as I had
Penni Russon
Jul 09, 2012 rated it really liked it
This book gave me real estate rage, but apart from the foaming with jealousy part, I was charmed by Sunny. I read the first a few years ago, and picked this one up looking for a good tween novel. Enjoyed the characters immensely, I would have liked more Finn.
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i thought this book was great because it is really interesting and you dont know what is going to happen next. this book is good for 12 to 15 year old girls
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This book was a great book i read it in primary school
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