Winnie Zeng Vanquishes a King (Winnie Zeng #2)

by Katie Zhao (Author)

Reading Level: 4th – 5th Grade
Series: Winnie Zeng

With chaos on the rise, one girl stands in the face of all evil . . . and we're not talking about homework! The action-packed sequel to the epic fantasy series inspired by Chinese mythology.

"A hilarious tussle between homework, family, and heroism." --Kwame Mbalia, #1 New York Times bestselling author.

As shamans, Winnie Zeng and her archnemesis, David Zuo, have accepted their roles in guarding the world from evil spirits. But with Halloween around the corner, the balance between realms grows fragile--and so yet another shaman is assigned to help Winnie and David protect the town of Groton, Michigan. The catch? The new shaman is just the worst. Not only is she way too perfect--she also has an ego to match, and thinks she's the best thing that's happened to Groton since Winnie's red bean brownies. Plus, she's confident she can save the world all on her own. With evil spirits growing in number, Winnie and David find themselves in quite a pickle. While the newest shaman isn't convinced there's a storm brewing, this town is going to need all three of them on the same team . . . or there might not be a town left to defend.

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Katie Zhao
Katie Zhao is a graduate of the University of Michigan, where she earned a BA in English and political science in 2017 and a master of accounting degree in 2018. She is the author of the Dragon Warrior series, How We Fall Apart, Last Gamer Standing, and the Winnie Zeng series. She's a passionate advocate for diverse representation in literature and media.
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Guided Reading Level
Random House Children's Books
Publication date
April 20, 2023
Winnie Zeng
BISAC categories
JUV037000 - Juvenile Fiction | Fantasy & Magic
JUV011020 - Juvenile Fiction | People & Places | United States - Asian American
JUV050000 - Juvenile Fiction | Cooking & Food
Library of Congress categories
Fantasy fiction
Paranormal fiction
Good and evil
Chinese Americans
Chinese American children

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