- Hardcover: 48 pages
- Publisher: Michael O'Mara (12 Sept. 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1843179431
- ISBN-13: 978-1843179436
- Product Dimensions: 1.9 x 22.2 x 27.9 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 13,792 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Where's the Zombie? (Buster Activity) Hardcover – 12 Sep 2013
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Great horror fun for all the family! --Scream magazine
Promises to amuse, entertain and terrify readers as they hunt for the family of zombies --Zombie Times
About the Author
Michael O'Mara Books has established a reputation for high-profile autobiographies and biographies, innovative humor and nonfiction, and highly commercial children's books.
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The book is a light hearted and fun look at the zombie apocalypse (as much as any kind of apocalypse can be 'fun') that follows a family who are the initial victims of a virus that turns them into zombies from the outset of the crisis to its conclusion.
As the reader you must locate the various members of the family who are hidden in plain sight amongst the rabble of a series of scenarios presented in the form of news bulletins, from the early stages of the outbrake as they try to effect quarentine in a hospital, to the sight of a human attempt at a fight back against the hordes of the undead, to the fall of the White House and many others.
Its alot of fun...worryingly.
Illustrated by Paul Moran
Written by Jen Wainwright
Designed by Angie Alisson and Zoe Bradley
February 11th – Worry for Dr Peters who has been quarantined. February 20th – Fear the Dr, his parents, his wife, his four children, a cat and dog.
So we’re hunting the pages for the ten zombie members of the family and told there are medical kits to help cure.
Looks like a bit of a laugh and the illustrations are fun so I’ll give it a shot!
Picture search one – March 3rd and were at the quarantine centre. The details are great. In amongst Dr’s, nurses and people in biohazard suits you have blood splatters, infected falling from ceiling, a man throwing up on the floor…. A lot of work obviously went into making the scene full and believable.
So we hunt for the family… I found granny, grandpa, dad (the Dr) and one of his twin daughters quickly. I also found 4 medi packs. I found two more medi packs but no more family members. I hunted for ages and found many other zombies but not the ones I was looking for. I did have to go back to the family pictures to remember why they all looked like.
Picture two – ah ha! I seen why I’ve done. It’s the other half of picture one!!!!
So more picture one – there’s a man who appears to be getting his bum looked at by a Dr and a bunch of people in the back stood in their underwear. There is also a flimsy looking pen full of zombies. These people have obviously not watched as many zombie films as me, I’d be running the opposite direction!
I found six medi packs but was distracted from looking for the family by the couple in wheelchairs. He’s ok, she not!Read more ›
The zombie apocalypse began when Joel Peters, a scientist at Hart Laboratories, New York, got exposed to a deadly virus named ZX-5, which he was developing. He was sent home and quarantined. However, he spread the infection to his family and they all somehow escaped. The Hart family consists of Joel, his wife Martha, four children (an older daughter, a son and two female twins), Joel's father and mother, and their two pets, a cat and a dog. Yes, even the animals were zombified. You can clearly see all ten members of the Hart family on the front cover.
Please note that the front cover has a parental advisory notice because the book contains gruesome scenes. This is true. There is a lot of gore in the book, so it may not be suitable for very young children. The back of the book shows the answers to where the family and the first aid kits can be found, but it also gives you a further five items per scene to find and these are not shown in the answer pages. Most of them are easy to spot but some are fiendishly difficult. The family members are not too hard to find, although the cat, being the smallest, can be rather tricky to find.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Its ok, but not enough pages/fun, could do with some more. But great for a plane/bus/car journey etc...Published 6 days ago by Leighton
Not as good as Where's Wally. I thought it would be finding the Zombie amongst the living, but it is find the specific Zombies amongst other Zombies. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Russell
A perfect secret santa for a colleague at work who watches The Walking DeadPublished 17 days ago by Michelle
This was my secret Santa gift for a friend who liked the walking dead. He absolutely loved it!!!Published 1 month ago by R P.
My grandsons loved this book. Kept them busy on a long haul flight.Published 1 month ago by Campbell