Disaster Diaries: Zombies!

by R. McGedden (author)

Suitable for 9 - 11 years

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Exploding goo turns Sam’s class into brain-munching zombies. No: not a normal school day. A chance for a funny Disaster Diary! What makes the last day of term even longer? An invasion of brain-munching zombies. Just as Sam and Artie are waiting for the final bell, their bumbling science teacher covers a pupil in exploding goop. Suddenly zombies (and bits of zombies) are popping up all over, desperate to munch on braaaaiiiins! Sam and Artie must fight back, or they’ll never see hometime. They’ll be zombie breakfast instead.

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Little, Brown Young Readers

Date published

March 13th, 2014

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  1. sheryl123
    on 8 May 2014

    This book is great, highly recommend reading it.

    5out of 5