Help! My Brother's a Zombie!

Help My Brother s a Zombie Did you ever hear that telling a nightmare makes it fade away It doesn t Not here anyway Welcome to the Nightmare Club s Halloween Sleepover You might not last till morning This is the story Jack told

  • Title: Help! My Brother's a Zombie!
  • Author: Annie Graves
  • ISBN: 9781908195159
  • Page: 385
  • Format: Paperback
  • Did you ever hear that telling a nightmare makes it fade away It doesn t Not here anyway Welcome to the Nightmare Club s Halloween Sleepover You might not last till morning This is the story Jack told His older brother Stephen was a great friend until he started to change His smell His face His friends His diet.

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    1. This review was originally posted on the Children's Book and Play Review.Every year Annie Graves hosts a Halloween sleepover with all her friends where they take turns telling scary stories. The second story is told by Jack, who thinks his older brother is a zombie. Jack and his brother used to be really close. But things began to change when Jack’s brother started high school. His skin turned green, he began to smell, and he even tried to take a bite out of Jack’s arm! Jack’s parents said [...]

    2. if you like scary book will this is a good book for you this book is about this kid that has a brother that is a zombie and he never showers and he is always in the attic one day the zombie tried to eat his hand and the kid got mad and the next day he went to school and got back home and his parents sent him to boarding school and he was going to sleap and he heard some weired noises outside of his door and he is so scared and dose not do anythig and he cant go back to sleep and he finaly gos to [...]

    3. Don’t even bother showing up for a famous Annie Graves slumber party unless you are prepared to share a truly terrifying tale. A story so horrifying that sleep will be made impossible for your fellow party goers. Stephen shares a personal monstrous account of living with the undead. These quick reads should be shared in darkness with only a flashlight and a creepy sinister voice. Although the books are numbered the haunting yet hilarious story-lines appear to be independent from one another an [...]

    4. In order to stay at the sleepover, you must tell a frightening tale of horror. That no one will be able to sleep. If not, you're out and have to go home. It's Jacks turn and hes going to talk about his brother Stephen. You see, he's a zombie. But I thought you were an only child. that's what we all thoughtFrom the creepy tale, to the missing animals and with the illustrations combined, I loved this book. If you have an imagination and love things odd and spooky, this is a must.For the everyday p [...]

    5. Cute little series for the elementary aged. I read this one aloud during my teen program, and it took about 20 minutes. :)

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