How to Zap Zombies

Illustrated by Roland Garrigue
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About The Book

The next installment in the How to Banish Fears series, How to Zap Zombies will help children overcome their fears of the undead. Written by a psychologist, How to Zap Zombies features fun, colorful illustrations alongside clever text about how to face these scary creatures. Also included are stickers that will delight young readers. This book is the next installment in the popular “How to” series, which includes How to Mash Monsters, How to Get Rid of Ghosts, and How to Demolish Dinosaurs.

With clever text and whimsical illustrations, How to Zap Zombies helps kids banish their fears of the undead — and have fun doing it! Kids will love these clever tricks and tips for getting rid of zombies. With a frightening appearance and an insatiable craving for braaaains, zombies are truly terrifying creatures. Armies of these eerie undead monsters roam with their arms in the air, inspiring fear in the bravest of people. Fortunately, even the toughest of the walking dead can be defeated, and this book is filled with all the tips and tricks you need to face them down!

About The Author

Catherine Leblanc lives in Angers, France, where she was born. A trained psychologist, she writes novels and poems for children and adults.

About The Illustrator

Roland Garrigue was born in Paris, and from kindergarten to today, he has never ceased drawing. After three years of study in Strasbourg, he returned to Paris to concentrate fully on illustration for young readers. He has searched the most unexpected and mysterious places in order to create the frightening sketches of abominable creatures for this series.

Product Details
  • Publisher: Insight Kids (October 2014)
  • Length: 32 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781608874422

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