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The Invisible Rules of the Zoe Lama by Tish Cohen
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Things are getting tough for Zoe Monday Costello. She already hates Mondays (for obvious reasons), and now that her grandma is completely losing her marbles, it seems like Mondays aren't the only days that make Zoe want to stay in bed with the covers over her head.

But, she has an obligation to show up at school every week day, ready to dispense advice upon request from her clients, everyone from her numbers one and two best friends in school (BFIS) to kids at the water fountain. Even their teacher sometimes needs a little reassurance that she's wearing the right outfit. Where would they all be without the wisdom of the Zoe Lama?

Who can resist the one girl who has all the answers and shares them freely? The girl who knows the unwritten rules of the universe? Zoe has everything we look for in a character: quirkiness, humor, charm, intelligence, and problems. Heaps of problems that keep growing and keep readers wondering what Zoe will get herself into next.

The best part of this charmer of a book is definitely the funny factor. How can readers not love a book with a chapter titled, "Sometimes Death by Puckered Parrot is Worth the Risk"?

Delve in with confidence. It'll be worth the read, guaranteed!

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