Meet the Author of the Zoey Lyndon’s Series and Learn How to Earn a Badge With Your Troop

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When it comes to communicating, writing is one of the most powerful and effective ways to connect with others.  I am excited to introduce you to Micheal Anderson who is a writer, blogger, and longtime Girl Scout supporter. She has recently released her second book as part of the

  1. Purchase one of the books Zoey Lyndon’s Big Move to the Lou or Zoey Lyndon and the Sticky Finger Bandit and read it.
    Bonus: If reading Sticky Finger Bandit download this free teacher’s guide to help prompt conversation and activities throughout reading each chapter of the book.
  2. Email Micheal at [email protected] to set up time for her to attend one of your troop meetings via Zoom, to discuss the writing process. Simply write in subject line “Im Interested – Troop ####”
  3. Once meeting is set up Micheal will provide you with a PO Box that the girls can write letters to her. She will then take the time to answer the letters during the meeting with your troop.

“I read this book with my Girl Scout troop and I LOVED IT! I moved schools when I was in 2nd grade and can understand how Zoey felt! I also loved that we got to meet the author over Zoom and ask her a ton of questions. She is amazing!” 

 
 

Zoey Lyndon’s Book Series

  • Zoey Lyndon’s Big Move to the Lou

    Zoey and her friends are excited to take part in the Briar Ridge Elementary annual talent show. In fact, it’s all they can think Zoey Lyndon has just started the fourth grade in a brand new school.She thought making new friends would be easy, but moving from Philadelphia to Saint Louis has proven to be a lot harder than she originally thought. Feeling rejected and alone, Zoey begins to dread the cafeteria, because this is where she begins to feel like the fourth grade reject. After a chance encounter with Tomasina aka Tommi, a very friendly and fellow science loving classmate, things begin to look up for Zoey.Her love for all things STEM, causes her to join the school Science Club where other friendships blossom. Before the year is over Zoey learns to navigate fourth grade like a rock star and makes some pretty cool friends along the way.

    Zoey Lyndon and the Sticky Finger Bandit

    Zoey and her friends are excited to take part in the Briar Ridge Elementary annual talent show. In fact, it’s all they can think about. The girls know their dance skills make them a shoo-in for the win. When the focus suddenly shifts to the disappearing items in Mrs. P’s classroom, Zoey and her classmates try to solve the mystery of the sticky finger bandit. Tensions build as the culprit becomes more brazen in taking their prized possessions. All the while, it’s Science Week. Zoey’s enjoying the hands on fun and scientific exploration until someone hi-jacks one of the experiments and the drama begins to unfold!
    A story filled with laughs, crushes, mystery, drama, and of course science. Will Zoey and her friends win the talent show? Will the identity of the sticky finger bandit be revealed? Follow along with Zoey and her friends to see what happens next.

 

A Little More About the Author


As mentioned above Micheal Anderson is a writer, blogger, and longtime Girl Scout supporter. 

She is the author of Zoey Lyndon’s Big Move to the Lou, a children’s middle grade book that encourages Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). She understands the significance of representation and wanted to create a book where black and brown girls could see themselves reflected. Historically, girls are tracked away from science and math early in their education, which is why Micheal chooses to focus on science in her Zoey Lyndon series. She is a long time advocate for empowering girls and volunteered with organizations such as Girl Scouts and the Junior League for close to 10 years. She is currently an active member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI), Jack & Jill Associate of St. Louis, and the Junior League of St. Louis. When she is not writing, she enjoys jazz, travel, and spending time with her family. 

She looks forward to working with young girls and being able to offer an exciting opportunity to troops.You can contact her directly through her website everythingmicheal.com or email [email protected]. Be sure to also follower her on Instagram @everythingmicheal

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