How to Speak Zombie: A Guide for the Living

How to Speak Zombie A Guide for the Living In a world overtaken by zombies the only hope for survival lies in learning the language of the undead How to Speak Zombie demonstrates how to blend in and avoid being eaten while carrying on with ev

  • Title: How to Speak Zombie: A Guide for the Living
  • Author: Steve Mockus Travis Millard
  • ISBN: 9780811874885
  • Page: 115
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In a world overtaken by zombies, the only hope for survival lies in learning the language of the undead How to Speak Zombie demonstrates how to blend in and avoid being eaten while carrying on with everyday activities like ordering a latte from a zombarista and shopping at a zombie infested mall This essential guide features an electronic sound module that demonstrates pIn a world overtaken by zombies, the only hope for survival lies in learning the language of the undead How to Speak Zombie demonstrates how to blend in and avoid being eaten while carrying on with everyday activities like ordering a latte from a zombarista and shopping at a zombie infested mall This essential guide features an electronic sound module that demonstrates proper zombie pronunciation RAHHHhh , helpful text that explores the customs and etiquette of the zombie world, and detailed illustrations that show the undead doing everything from pumping iron to dancing the night away Deeply informative, this handbook also includes an all purpose BRAINS button that can be used in any situation, deadly or otherwise.

    One thought on “How to Speak Zombie: A Guide for the Living”

    1. fun book for read-alouds, has an electrical component that teaches the pronumciation of the zombie speech. art is quite grotesque, maybe too much for third graders and below but I think middle grades would enjoy, especially hearing the pronunciations. I found the pages on traffic jams and dance parties especially funny and found my cursing seems to mirror that of my zombie brethren.

    2. Received this as a gift and wasn't disappointed! Pictures and zombie sounds are hilarious and always a conversation starter. Would recommend to any zombie aficionado, or anyone who just wants a laugh.

    3. 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 com [...]

    4. 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 drones. This book is sure to engage readers because it is so interaction based. It's not aimed at children per se, but the illustrations are much vaguer when it comes to [...]

    5. Steve Mockus writes a fun book! I've never read anything by him before. (not that I'm award of anyway). The sounds were hilarious, and great to scare my costumers at work(book store). If your a Zombie lover, who's in the mood for a laugh, this is the book for you! It's not very long, being 12 hardback pages, but I found it quite enjoyable. I love anything zombie, and would recommend this for a gift for sure. Grab a copy for yourself for this Halloween as well, it's worth the laugh!

    6. This was my son's choice at his school's book fair it is actually a pretty hilarious book. Comes with an attached sound module so you can "tune your ear to zombie speech patterns" and breaks key phrases down into situations you might be in when the zombie apocalypse happens.We especially got a kick out of the Coffee Shop sectioness Zombies need caffeine too huh.

    7. This is a pretty hilarious book and great for kids. My 6-year old niece, a reluctant reader, absolutely fell in love with the book, the pictures, the translations and the voices. We wound up reading the book twice and then she went through and re-read her favorite parts all over again. This was a book loaned to me by a co-worker. Guess, I'll have to get my niece her own copy.

    8. Check it out from your local library (if they don't own it, your library needs help with developing its collection). Worth five or more stars for being able to call your friends and play "braaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnnnnsssssss" over the phone to them, and the ensuing confusion and hilarity.

    9. very clever! :) i really liked it, it was an extremely quick read. IF i had kids i would have bougt the book for themor for me. I found it to be quite cute and humorous. I like that its interactive.

    10. A dear friend found this at a bookstore and picked it up for me knowing my love of all things zombie. It's got buttons with zombie sounds, so you can try your hand at learning zombie. And of course, my 18-month-old son LOVES it! He thinks the noises are funny.

    11. how much fun is this book? the person who gave it to me for Christmas last year almost killed the batteries because she kept pushing the buttons, after she wrapped it.

    12. How to speak Zombie with sound effects. Had this one out on the Bookfair. Learned to speak zombie in less that a week.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *