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I was a Sixth grade Zombie

Author: Nina Kiriki Hoffman
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When every member of her class joins a mysterious after-school club, and nobody can remember anything about it, Valerie Martin investigates, but the truth threatens to make her the next victim.


Bloody Murder

Author: Michelle Ann Abate
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Given the long-standing belief that children ought to be shielded from disturbing life events, it is surprising to see how many stories for kids involve killing. Bloody Murder is the first full-length critical study of this pervasive theme of murder in children’s literature. Through rereadings of well-known works, such as Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, the Nancy Drew Mystery Stories, and The Outsiders, Michelle Ann Abate explores how acts of homicide connect these works with an array of previously unforeseen literary, social, political, and cultural issues. Topics range from changes in the America criminal justice system, the rise of forensic science, and shifting attitudes about crime and punishment to changing cultural conceptions about the nature of evil and the different ways that murder has been popularly presented and socially interpreted. Bloody Murder adds to the body of inquiry into America's ongoing fascination with violent crime. Abate argues that when narratives for children are considered along with other representations of homicide in the United States, they not only provide a more accurate portrait of the range, depth, and variety of crime literature, they also alter existing ideas about the meaning of violence, the emotional appeal of fear, and the cultural construction of death and dying.


Ghost Hedgehog

Author: Nina Kiriki Hoffman
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With all the places ghosts could go, why do they keep hanging around me? At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.


Supernatural Literature of the World P Z

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Zombies of the Science Fair

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MY BEST FRIEND IS A ZOMBIE! It's science fair time again, and Tim Tompkins is in trouble. It's only two days until the big event, and he hasn't finished his project. In fact, he hasn't even started it. Given Tim's past history, this is no big surprise. But this year Tim has a new resource -- his alien friend, Pleskit Meenom. Surely with his super science, Pleskit can help Tim come up with a knockout project for the science fair. But Pleskit's potent potion turns out to have side effects that not even an alien could have expected, and soon he's desperately trying to answer the question: "What do you do when you've just amputated your best friend's personality?"


WHAT If ZOMBIES Were Nice

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The author and illustrator, of What if...ZOMBIES Were Nice, is releasing each book as a chapter ultimately building toward a grand finale. The books are written for the youth using adolescent grunge language and humor. Short politics and actual science experiments are the nucleus within the pages of each book. Chocolate and Oranges is the first chapter of What if...ZOMBIES Were Nice. In this chapter you will find that The Great Panic Po of 2020 was something no one was ever prepared for. Zombies that didn't turn into a big black puddle of goop were taken to a secret location, by the military, where the trials of modification took place. Many years passed, and the secret decision for 'reintegration' occurred. The first zombie family released, into living society was placed in Texas, where a freaky friendship developed between a zombie boy and two bored eccentric children. As the trio's bond gets stronger, they make simple discoveries about themselves and learn more about The Great Panic Po of 2020. Stink, rot, and science string them together as they manage to find a formula that might keep their friend from falling apart!


Children s Book Review Index

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Zombie Elementary

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Larry Mullet is your typical fourth grader. He's not the biggest kid or the smartest kid or the best looking kid. He rides his bike, plays baseball, takes the school bus, avoids cafeteria food, and--oh yeah, he's a zombie hunting expert. Larry was just doing his usual thing when Alex Bates from Ms Hoag's class tried to eat him. Sadly, that was only the beginning. Something odd was going on at Brooks Elementary... and it was up to Larry and his friends to take charge (for some reason). Hilariously told interview-style as a record of the REAL story, and peppered with zombie tips and facts, zombie cheerleaders and plenty of gore, this book will be a surefire hit for anyone interested in a ghoulishly good life-or-death comedy.


Something about the Author

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An easy-to-use source for librarians, students and other researchers, each volume of this series provides illustrated biographical articles on approximately 70 children's authors and artists. The series covers more than 10,000 individuals, ranging from established award winners to authors and illustrators who are just beginning their careers. Entries cover: personal life, career, writings and works in progress, adaptations, additional sources and photographs. Also availa is a cumulative author index, published in odd-numbered volumes.


The Zombie Movie Encyclopedia Volume 2 2000 2010

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This is a comprehensive overview of zombie movies in the first 11 years of the new millennium, the most dynamic and vital period yet in the history of the zombie genre. The compendium serves not only as a follow-up to its predecessor volume (The Zombie Movie Encyclopedia McFarland 2011 [2001]), which covered movies from 1932 up until the late 1990s, but also as a fresh exploration of what uniquely defines the genre in the 2000s. In-depth entries provide critical analysis of the zombie as creature in more than 270 feature-length movies, from 28 countries and filmed on six continents. An appendix offers shorter entries for more than 100 shorts and serials.