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Geek Chic: The Zoey Zone (Margie Palatini) - Ten-year-old Zoey desperately needs a fairy godmother to give her a makeover and teach her about style if she is ever going to make it into the cool crowd. Told with changing type, margin notes, and cartoons, her brisk, hilarious commentary and confessions will draw tweens into the contemporary Cinderella story. Recommended for ages 9-12.
The Legend of Zoey (Candie Moonshower) - Zoey's family has a strange feeling about the two-tailed comet in the sky. But that doesn’t mean Zoey will let them chaperone her class field trip to Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee - especially since Grandma Cope grew up near there. What if Grandma tells everyone about being a Native American? Zoey has no interest in her family’s past. All she wants is for her parents to get back together, and for herself to fit in at school. She doesn’t know what’s hit her when, during the bus ride to Reelfoot, she’s propelled back in time to 1811, when the lake was formed! Recommended for ages 9-12.
The Very Little Princess: Zoey's Story (Marion Dane Bauer) - On the day her mother drives her to the faraway town where her grandmother lives, Zoey learns several startling things: that she has a grandmother, who welcomes Zoey into her home; that her mother intends to leave her there indefinitely; and that the tiny china doll in her mother’s old room sometimes comes to life. Handed down through generations of Zoey’s foremothers, the imperious doll, Princess Regina, is a strong yet ultimately vulnerable character in her own right. Recommended for ages 7-10.
Zoey 101: Girls Got Game, first book of the series (Jane Mason) - Zo' Cool lays out the welcome mat to PCA: Pacific Coast Academy. It's a story of "firsts"-- Zoey Brooks' first day as a member of the first class at PCA to include girls; her first struggles with her "could they be more opposite?" roommates, and her first tryouts for the formerly all-boys basketball team. Zoey's the girl all readers want to be friends with…she's Zo' Cool!! Recommended for ages 9-12.
Zoey and the Zones: A Story for Children with Asthma (Shawn R. McCormick) - Children with asthma, and their parents, learn how to recognize and manage this common chronic disease through an accessible storybook and workbook combination. The storybook is for the children, while the workbook gives parents practical advice. The goal is to gain control by implementing a symptom-free lifestyle. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Zoey Fools Around (Katherine Applegate) - A brand new look for the hugely successful Making Out - the series guaranteed to hook any teenager who's ever fallen in - or out - love! Making Out 1: Zoe Fools Around; Zoey, Lucas, Jake, Nina, Benjamin, Claire, Christopher and Aisha have all grown up together on Chatham Island, just off the Maine coast. Zoey has been with Jake forever, but when Lucas returns to the island after two years away, following a fatal accident he caused, Zoey finds herself drawn to him. And Claire has a secret - a secret that will change everything. But will all be revealed before Zoey fools around? Recommended ages young adult.
Zoey Zeta and the Sisters of Power (Robert Simon) - When the Zeta sisters decided to keep their super powers a secret from the world, they had no idea that a sinister menace would appear and threaten to drive Century City into ruin. Now it’s time for the sisters to team up, crack up and battle the evil Dr. Impossible and some giant robots. Recommended for ages 9-12.
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