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A Horde of Zombie Chapter Books (For Kids and Teens)
Who knew that zombies would become so popular? Because some kids no longer seem to think of a zombie apocalypse scenario as a necessarily bad thing. They see it as an excuse to test their survival skills, knock around some monsters, and debate which one of their friends would be most and least likely to die if their school was attacked by a shambling horde. So, if you have a monster-loving middle schooler at home, here are eight books about dealing with the zombie apocalypse that they should absolutely love. In this chapter book-graphic novel hybrid, we follow year-old Jack Sullivan who lives on scavenged junk food and decides to assemble a team of monster hunters all from his middle school to help survive the zombies and destroy the all-powerful Blarg a monster of some renown.
And what's more deliciously scary to kids than a zombie or two?! This collection of fun, fictional zombie tales for kids ages eight and up isn't too gory. In fact, these books are often hilariously funny, and will have your child begging for just one page Roach was born! With mutant zombie goldfish now plaguing their town, Judd and his best friend, Zak, have got to find a way to return these giant, scaly critters back to their former, innocent fishy selves. Now they must fight alongside Captain Underpants to save their school, and the world, from imminent destruction. In The Zero Degree Zombie Zone by Patrik Henry Bass, fourth-grader Bakari prefers to go about his day without drawing attention to himself, which is much more difficult when the ruler of an icy zombie zone suspects you of stealing his magical ring!
Surprisingly, some of these books were quite good. Really good. I was surprised to say the least that this was such an entertaining, funny read. Nothing scary. Just fun.
After several years of getting zombie chapter books to review, and ignoring them all, I finally decided to try My Big Fat Zombie Goldfish by Mo O'Hara and Marek Jagucki (SERIES) (ages 6 – 8) . I liked it but my year old's friends didn't.
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