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Zoe's Room (No Sisters Allowed)Zoe’s Room (No Sisters Allowed) by Bethanie Deeney Murguia
Published by Arthur A. Levine Books (An imprint of Scholastic)
Pages: 40
Buy It: Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Powell’s Books | Indiebound | Book Depository | ISBN/ISBN-13: 0545457815 / 9780545457811
Publishers Summary:

Zoe rules as Queen of the Universe — or at least, her room! — in this sweet, funny companion to Zoe Gets Ready.

Meet Zoe, Queen of the Universe.
Meet Addie, sister to the Queen of the Universe.

And when the Queen of the Universe has to share her room with her sister . . .
meet trouble!

The irrepressible Zoe returns for another adventure in this wonderful companion to Zoe Gets Ready.

Littlebug Stays Up Late: Zoe does so many super fun things at night! I have a flash light just like hers and I always have it at bedtime. It would be so much fun to have a little sister to share my room with because we could do all the things Zoe does with her little sister. I have lots of fun with my big brother, but we both have our own bedrooms. Sometimes I like to knock on the wall to say hi to him, but my mom and dad usually get upset and ask me to go to sleep just like Zoe’s mom and dad.

This is my second super fun Zoe book and I hope she has lots more books!

Mom’s Two Cents: Zoe loves her independence especially at bedtime. When mom and dad decide it’s time for her little sister to move into her room everything in her bedtime routine changes. Zoe can hardly believe bedtime will ever be the same until a sudden storm finds her snuggled up with her new roommate and little sister.

Our first experience reading Bethanie Deeney Murguia’s writing in Zoe Gets Ready was one Littlebug thoroughly enjoyed and this second book was no different. Bethanie writes exactly how a little girl feels and acts, full of imagination and elaborate tea parties. Not only that, but the illustrations are just what you’d imagine and the simple sweet art brings the story to life.

Zoe’s Room (No Sisters Allowed) by Bethanie Deeney Murguia is the second book in a series with Zoe Gets Ready being the first. Our family, Littlebug especially, has falling in love with Zoe and her big imagination. When confronted with the possibility of losing her freedom to explore and stay up with her imagination, she discovers that there may actually be more fun to be had with her sister along as well then playing alone. Zoe’s Room (No Sisters Allowed) is a fantastic follow-up to Zoe Gets Ready and is also the perfect story for little ones with siblings.

The1stdaughter Recommends: Ages 3 to 8. The perfect follow-up to another fantastic story about imagination, siblings and loving being a kid.

Visit the Zoe’s Room website for more book info including activity sheets!

Giveaway!

Thanks to the publisher, Scholastic, I have one set of Zoe Gets Ready and Zoe’s Room (No Sisters Allowed) to giveaway to one lucky There’s A Book reader! Be sure to fill out the rafflecopter form below and good luck! Open to US residents only.

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Find Zoe’s Room (No Sisters Allowed) by Bethanie Deeney Murguia at the following spots:
Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Powell’s Books | Indiebound | Book Depository | Goodreads | ISBN/ISBN-13: 0545457815 / 9780545457811

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14 Responses to Book Review and Giveaway: Zoe’s Room (No Sisters Allowed) by Bethanie Deeney Murguia

  1. This looks like such a cute book. My sister and I shared a room growing up, so it reminds me of that. Looks like a great read. :)

  2. O cute. I like it. I would love to win this.

    Favorite sibling book?

    I’m not sure I have one yet. But I did love the sibling relations in the Berenstain Bears.

  3. My favorite sibling book? Why can’t I come up with one right now. Maybe Charlie and Lola? Sadie and Ratz? Well the first Zoe book I loved and I can’t wait to read the newest one. Thanks for reviewing.

  4. apple blossom says:

    Ssssh! Duck, Don’t Wake the Baby

  5. Summer says:

    This looks adorable!

  6. anne says:

    What a delightful post and book. Precious and special. Favorite sibling book is Me Too, by Mercer Meyer.

  7. rosemond says:

    I love the Berenstain Bears books as well as Max & Ruby!

  8. Kristie says:

    How cute! Even though it’s not all about siblings, I’ve always like “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.”

  9. Jasmine Marie says:

    Does Little Women count? :)

    I have a hard time loading your site and commenting on mobile devices. Did you have someone design your site for you? Maybe you could ask them about it. (Unless I happen to be the only one that has issues…)

  10. PragmaticMom says:

    Za Za’s Baby Sister by Lucy Cousins.

  11. Rhythm says:

    These look like pretty cute books. I like Outside Over There by Maurice Sendak.

  12. karen says:

    Love the children’s book What Sisters Do Best by Laura Numeroff

  13. bn100 says:

    don’t have a fav

  14. Rebecca says:

    We loved Zoe Gets Ready and can’t wait to read the latest edition. I really enjoy how the author made Zoe an independent free spirit. L will be so excited to see Zoe again!

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