Synopses & Reviews
If you are one of Zoë's friends, you know her "invisible rules" for school survival, from what to wear to which boy is the Most Vile. Ever since the day Zoë neutralized the playground bully, she has been the go-to gal for classmates and teachers alike. When a new girl comes to school with a "reputation," Zoë decides to help her fit in. But who will save Zoë when her coaching backfires completely? Zoë Monday Costello is a whirlwind who will pick up fans on the first page of this uproarious story, carry them effortlessly to its satisfying conclusion, and leave them craving another wild ride.
"An entertaining read that shows the difficulties and rewards of acceptance and letting go." Booklist
"Though the characters are middle schoolers, the book may appeal more to elementary-level readers, as Zoë and her classmates seem young for their age, and the text is decorated throughout with a funky font, doodles, and photographs of chocolate-chip cookies." School Library Journal
"This is a humorous portrayal of a girl who thinks she knows everything about being in middle school without really knowing everything." Children's Literature
About the Author
Tish Cohen is the author of the adult novel Town House. She lives in Ontario, Canada.