- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 5200 KB
- Print Length: 20 pages
- Publisher: KiteReaders (30 April 2014)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00BA9JR36
- Text-to-Speech: Not enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,742,552 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Zombie-Kids Go Green (KiteReaders Monster Series) Kindle Edition
|Length: 20 pages|
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Originally posted on The Mystical World of Book Reviews.
I can see this book appealing especially to slightly older children with its colourful content and grotesque sometimes not quite complete zombie-kids, creepy crawlies, and other things...
The idea of zombie-kids cleaning the world as we sleep makes this a great, funny, rhyming story; it is the first in the Monster series I have read, but I think it is a bright, wonderfully illustrated book which would appeal greatly to children.
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Their skin is green but they are also dedicated to preserve the earth's natural resources.
Each night, these kids go all over the community cleaning up trash, turning off dripping facets and taking care of the young plants in their gardens.
A zombie kid's age is marked and recorded by Earth Days. They celebrate with a birthday cake that is shaped like the earth.
The book is illustrated with beautiful full-screen color "zombie pictures" by Mark Draisey.
I am totally blown away by this author's imagination. This is the kind of story that kids will love. They always want to find a "scary book"....the more monsters and zombies the better.
The nice thing about this story is the zombies stay very busy doing good deeds for our planet. There are many examples of reducing waste, reusing worn items and recycling discarded materials in this story.
This book would make an excellent science lesson about ecology and conservation. It is both educational and entertaining (edutainment?).
I read this book on my Kindle Fire and found the formatting (landscape orientation) appropriate for sharing with a group or individual reading. The illustrations fill the entire screen and are very entertaining. Children will need to take extra time just to enjoy these pictures! Each screen view features twelve lines of rhyming text in white print that contrasts with the background illustration...very easy reading.
*Parent Alert ~ It seems like young kids go crazy when they read/hear a story with a reference to "passing gas" in it. This book has one page that refers to a "zombie-kid's fart". There is a pictures of a girl zombie passing gas and a boy holding his nose. I think this is appropriate for a story like this and kids will find it hilarious.
I highly recommend this book for children of all ages. This is a perfect selection for Earth Day (April 22).
These Zombies think of everything (imagine their concern, they roam on this planet) and set about after dark doing their part to preserve our precious space. The night is filled with "green" happenings not limited to conserving water and picking up trash, but also to gardening and caring for animals. I can't say enough about the imaginative rhyme and illustrations that point out all the ways we can make a difference during the daytime!
A great addition to the promotion of responsible stewardship for our planet, this book will be enjoyed by children of all ages and the grown-ups they love. Highly recommended!!
What I liked: It’s really something all of the boys enjoyed — 3-13!
What I didn’t like: What is there not to like about a book that the boys will read?
Author: Julia Dweck, Mark Draisey (Illustrator)
Source: Author & Free Read