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Zoe's Room (No Sisters Allowed)

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Zoe rules as Queen of the Universe -- or at least, her room! -- in this sweet, funny companion to ZOE GETS READY.

Zoe is the Queen of the whole Universe ... but her favorite place in the Universe is her own room, where she hosts tea parties, builds empires out of blocks, and gazes out upon the stars.

Then her parents announce that her little sister Addie is moving in to Zoe'
Hardcover, 40 pages
Published May 28th 2013 by Arthur A. Levine Books
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Mundie Moms & Mundie Kids
Zoe's Room: No Sisters Allowed is a cute story the captures the struggles and fun of sharing a room. Zoe is kid who loves her space. At night after her lights are out she quietly gets out of bed to play pretend. She sets up for tomorrow's tea party, gazes at the stars, builds things and enjoys having a place all to herself, but things change when Zoe's parents move her baby sitter into her room. Not only does she not want to share her room, spaces in her room where she played at are now ruined t ...more
Zoe is queen of all she surveys in her bedroom, and she spends her nights building her kingdom. All that changes, though, when her parents decide that she must share her domain with her little sister Addie. Things don't go well for the two roommates since Zoe has to be quiet and not disturb her sister. But then one night during a storm, Zoe realizes that her sister might make an excellent companion, after all. Although there isn't much that is surprising in the story, it is a sweet tribute to si ...more
Scottsdale Public Library
Room-sharing wonderfully exasperates Zoe's nightime adventures.
-Monty K.
Aaron Wyckoff
This book tells the delightful story of Zoe, self-proclaimed Queen of the Universe. Every night after the lights go out, she builds empires, explores uncharter territory, and holds tea with the royal court. But when her little sister moves in, everything changes. Murguia has written a very short but loveable story that will resonate with any child who has a younger sibling, or who is facing any sort of big change. Her ink and watercolor illustrations are uncluttered and inviting, with just the r ...more
Zoe loves her room, especially at night. It's a kingdom after Mama puts her to bed; there is so much to do! But now that her little sister Addie has moved in, Zoe is angry because she can't play at night. Addie wakes up no matter how careful and quiet Zoe tries to be. Sweetly illustrated and a cute message, this picturebook is about sharing and working things out, and would make a great bedtime read aloud.

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Such a sweet story about life with a younger sister. Zoe is the Queen of her domain until her parents decide that it is time for her sister to move in and share her room. Readers and Parents will enjoy the traditional sister issues that arise from sharing a room and the ending brings a nice warm and fuzzy feeling to all.
Sandy Brehl
The sparkly cover will win fans before a word is read, but the story of Zoe's queenly creativity in her domain will keep rests coming back. Adult's will anticipate the resolution, but young readers will find it very satisfying and comforting.
Carmen Orellana
This is the book to read if you want your only daughter to want a sister. Hah hah hah...kidding.

Cute book about a little girl who has to share her room with her baby sister.
Lovely book about the annoyances and then the lovely comfort of a sister. The illustration are very sweet and show well the complex feelings of being a sibling.
Good book about sisters, but the change from referring to Zoe as a girl then to her as a queen is very awkward, it needed more than just the crown in the illustrations.
Linda Starr
Would definitely recommend for any older siblings sharing rooms. My daughter has had the problem of waking up my son and she loved the book.
A cute story about sharing a bedroom with a younger sibling.
Cute ink and watercolor illustrations; cute story about an older sister having to adjust to sharing a bedroom with little sister.
This is a cute book for anyone with a good imagination, creativity or a second baby on the way.
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