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How to Speak Zombie: A Guide for the Living Hardcover – February 24, 2010
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Selected as a YALSA Quick Pick for reluctant readers.
About the Author
Steve Mockus is a San Francisco-based writer who enjoys reading, hiking, and socializing with zombies.
Travis Millard is the creative force behind Fudge Factory Comics. He lives and works in Los Angeles.
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Well, something like that, anyway--this is a hardcover book with only about 12 pages, but it is HILARIOUS! The cover and pages are really hard, like a book for a very young child, but it's NOT a child's book. Think of it as an adult toy (book) for the zombie lover. It has a big picture in the middle of each 2 pages, with zombies attempting to lead a normal life--like going shopping. They do what they do while arms and fingers and other appendages fall off. The left side of each spread gives some zombie talk and translation. The right side of the spread gives an intelligent sounding explanation of zombie life. There are different spreads of zombie life.
There is also a sound module, where you press one of 11 buttons for various zombie sounds, so you can learn zombie language and become multi-lingual.
This book is hysterical! I got it for a 57-year old friend who is a tekkie by day but loves to dwell in the simple pleasures of a no-think zombie movie at night. He LOVED it!
I wonder. . . do ya think zombies BOINK???
There are also buttons with this book, but instead of a cute kitten meowing there is a garbled, grunting rendition of the author's idea of "zombie-language."
Like I said, cute but stupid. Kids love it....I guess I do to.