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Big Things Come in Small Packages (Zoey's Adventures #1)

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Hello! My name is Zoey. Do you feel like it’s difficult being a kid? We’re not grownups and we’re not babies. We’re in between, and sometimes don’t know what we’re suppose to do. Come join my friends Katie, Abby, Megan, Nathan and me. Read about my adventures at school, where I learn how to deal with problems, how to stick up for myself by using words, and that big things ...more
Paperback, 84 pages
Published May 10th 2012 by World Castle Publishing (first published May 5th 2012)
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Jennifer Warrick Davis
I have read 2 other books by the author, and loved them. I make sure reading is in done everyday with both of my children, so when I found out the author also did children's books, I was beyond excited. I downloaded and read the book right away. The book gives great life lessons in a child's point of view. We have recently bought a kindle for my step daughter's 12th birthday, which is next weekend. I have already downloaded a copy for her and can't wait for her to read it. I am sure we will have ...more
Excellent! I started reading this book and thought "Ok Mary Ting, how do you know MY daughter?! And do other girls REALLY have a 'sock fuzz' collection like her?" Thoroughly enjoyable, 100% relatable and I could not wait to put it in my 11 year old's hands! (She loved it too. Read it lickety-split but getting her to write a 'review' is a little tougher - but I'm working on it Mary!) Adorable, laugh-out-loud and sweet. I recommend it to all my sweat-pea-pre-teens and their Moms especially! (thoug ...more
Joann Buchanan
This is an adorable story. I read it to my daughter and she loved it!!
Autumn West
Jul 14, 2012 Autumn West marked it as to-read
I babysit two girls that would love this book....named Katie and Abby:)
Melissa Sargent
Great kids book! It hold's kids interest and challenge's and encourage's them to read more! I also liked the grammer tips! Will recommend this author! P.S. I like the downey strings from fluffy socks too (but I don't keep them)! This review was given in exchange for a copy of the book from the author via goodreads.
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Mary Ting resides in Southern California with her husband and two children. She enjoys oil painting and making jewelry. Writing her first novel, Crossroads Saga, happened by chance. It was a way to grieve the death
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