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How to Speak Zombie by Steve Mockus
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Jan 24, 2011

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Librarians take note: in the field of humorous mix-genre zombie books here's one that finally has a place in a public collection. There's little story, but lots of kind-of gross illustrations and a high interaction quotient as each page in this book is a scene and corresponds to a button that when pushed plays one of many zombie ‘drone’ sounds. This book is sure to engage readers because it is so interaction based. It's not aimed at children, but the illustrations are much vaguer when it comes to explicit gore than the combat manuals and guides. Most of the scenarios are adult based (at the club or at the gym) but don’t contain content inappropriate for younger readers.
At the very least this would be a fun book to play around with to engage difficult patrons, or that both kids and parents can have fun with. Recommended.
Contains: vaguely gory illustrations, pushbutton sounds.
Reviewed by: Michele Lee

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