Zoey Zigmody is a spunky nine-year old from Mesa, Arizona, who has a nack for getting into trouble and an over active imagination. In this first adventure, Zoey and her best friend, Scottie Gomez, discover something spotty during Spring Break that leads them to the legendary old man known as Mr. Manicotti. Rumor has it he is a wizard and he turns trespassers into figurines. Are Zoey and Scottie next in line for his collection? Or is it all just a tall tale? You be the judge! Visit ZoeyZigmody.com for more details, gear and upcoming adventures of Zoey Zigmody!
The Zoey Zigmody Series
Zoey is a nine year old from Mesa, Arizona. She likes punk rock and all things artistic. One day during Spring Break, she is hanging out with her best friend Scottie Gomez when she spots something spotty. When they follow it, this something spotty leads them the legendary old man known as Mr. Manicotti! He is the craziest, scariest man in the neighborhood, and he does not like little children! Saddly enough what Zoey and Scottie find, belongs to Mr. Manicotti, and they must return it to him. Easier said then done. What happens next, is something out of almost anybody's childhood! Surprises await!
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They ran all the way to Zoey’s house and hid in her bedroom for about an hour. Together, they came up with the craziest theories about Mr. Manicotti.
“What if he comes and finds us? He’s going to turn us into one of those white figurines, isn’t he? I don’t want to be a gnome,” Scottie whimpered.
“I don’t know. He might. I don’t think he knows where I live … but he does know where my parents work,” Zoey said with wide-eyed anxiety.
“Oh, Zoey! I wish we never had gone over there!” Scottie whined in despair.
“But it was the right thing to do… I don’t think we offended him. It wasn’t like we rang the doorbell and ran, right?” she asked thinking aloud.
“True. But now he’s seen our faces!” Scottie said fearfully.