Project Z: A Zombie Ate My Homework
Author: Tommy Greenwald
Age range – 8 to 12
Reviewer: Jeanette Perkins aka Beeba
Zombies are popular subjects for movies, television shows and books these days. Therefore, Project Z: A Zombie Ate My Homework is perfect for tween grands who want some fun zombie reading for the summer.
Norbus Clacknozzle escaped a secret government lab that’s developing zombies. Subsequently, he is rescued by the Kinders, a warmhearted couple who take him in. First the Kinders decide Arnold will become part of their family. Next, they help him disguise his undead appearance and coach him on how to answer questions about why he is so pale. He even gets a new name – Arnold Z. Ombee.
Is Arnold Z ready to fit in at school and enter fifth grade? Will he be discovered as a zombie and as a result be sent back to the Territory? Middle schoolers will enjoy following Arnold’s zombie adventures in a human world.
About the author:
Tommy Greenwald’s book Game Changer has been named an Amazon Best Book Of The Month, a 2019 YALSA Top Ten Quick Pick for Reluctant Young Adult Readers, and a Junior Library Guild Premier Selection. Tommy is also the author of the Crimebiters! and Charlie Joe Jackson series, among many other books for children. Day-job-wise, Tommy is the Co-Founder of Spotco Advertising, a theatrical and entertainment advertising agency in New York City, and the lyricist and co-bookwriter (with Andrew Lippa) of John & Jen, an off-Broadway musical which has been produced around the country and internationally.
About the reviewer:
Jeanette Perkins is the grandmother of two adorable grandsons. She lives in beautiful St Pete Beach, FL. Jeanette is a product reviewer for GRAND and is looking forward to reviewing lots of new and useful products for all us grandparents.
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