A Zombie Ate My Homework




      A Zombie Ate My Homework
Arnold Z Ombee has escaped a secret government zombie project but now can he survive human elementary school From the hilarious mind behind the Crimebiters series comes a new trilogy that fans of The Last Kids on Earth will love to pieces literally Arnold Z Ombee has escaped a secret government lab that s developing zombies Young, scared, and alone, he is found by the Kinders, a warmhearted couple who take him in The Kinders decide Arnold will become part of their family They help him disguise his undead appearance and teach him how to act like a human boy After a lot of practice, he s ready for the ultimate test Fifth grade Free Read A Zombie Ate My Homework author Tommy Greenwald For Kindle ePUB or eBook – bluevapours.co.uk

Tommy Greenwald s book GAME CHANGER has been named anBest Book Of The Month, a 2019 YALSA Top Ten Pick for Reluctant Readers, and a Junior Library Guild Premier Selection Tommy is also the author of the CRIMEBITERS, CHARLIE JOE JACKSON and PROJECT Z series, among many other books for children Day job wise, Tommy is the Co Founder of Spotco Advertising, an entertainment advertising agency in New York City, and the lyricist and co bookwriter of JOHN JEN, an off Broadway musical.To read woefully outdated information about Tommy, visit tommygreenwald.com To send an email telling him how much you liked whatever book it was that you just read, holla at tommy tommygreenwald.com.

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      A Zombie Ate My Homework
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  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • A Zombie Ate My Homework
  • Tommy Greenwald
  • 23 August 2018
  • 1338305921

10 thoughts on “ A Zombie Ate My Homework

  1. Mehsi says:

    A zombie boy escapes and find a sweet family who takes him under their wings This was a delightful read with plenty of secrets being revealed, a zombie who has to live with humans and survive school and eat tons of jellybeans, friendship and being different, the ending was fabulous though a bit weird at points, Lester turned to be a nice character and I am happy Sarah also got some spotlight There also illustrations big and small though I wasn t a big fan of the constantly repeating small A zombie boy escapes and find a sweet family who takes him under their wings This was a delightful read with plenty of secrets being revealed, a zombie who has to live with humans and survive school and eat tons of jellybeans, friendship and being different, the end...

  2. Ms. Yingling says:

    E ARC provided by Edelweiss PlusWhen Norbus Clacknozzle escapes from a government holding facility, he doesn t remember much before the Kinders rescued him and took him home Once in their house, they tell him that they feel the zombies kept in the facility are being mistreated, but they are going to take care of them Their son, Lester, isn t thrilled with having a zombie in his house until a girl he likes fawns over Norbus when they are out shopping The Kinders suggest to Norbus that he E ARC provided by Edelweiss PlusWhen Norbus Clacknozzle escapes from a government holding facility...

  3. Mark Buxton says:

    My name is Norbus, but my new moniker is Arnold Z Ombee I m a zombie, and I conceptualized the name myself Oops, Lester told me to stop using big words if I m going to fit in at school Don t worry about me eating your brains, since there would be terrible consequences if I eat anything but jelly beans My uncle Bill Kinder says we can t let the people from the Territory know where I am, since I escaped from their human regeneration program He figures it s best if I act like a normal fifth My name is Norbus, but my new moniker is Arnold Z Ombee I m a zombie, and I conceptualized the name myself Oops, Lester told me to stop using big words if I m going to fit in at school Don t worry about me eating your brains, since there would be terrible consequences if I eat anything but jelly beans My uncle Bill Kinder says we can t let the people from the Territory know where I am, since I escaped from their human regeneration program He figures it s best if I act like a...

  4. Jennifer Hill says:

    I have mixed feelings about this book I liked the idea of the story, but felt it could have been developed better I don t know if in sequels the whole memory of Norbus will be explored or not, but that is one question I have lingering How did the zombies get developed Was he a real kid at one point Did he die Are the other zombies kids Are any adults I liked the acceptance of Arnold by the two kids and how we all have differences leg missing from cancer, etc I...

  5. 4eyedreader says:

    PROJECT Z A ZOMBIE ATE MY HOMEWORK Is a quirky story about a boy who just happens to be a zombie in the 5th grade.The off beat antics of the story showcase how we all try to fit into what s normal but also shows it s okay to be different, and most importantly to be true to ourselves Full of friendship, compassion, and jellybeans A Zombie Ate My Homework Project Z 1 makes for a GoodRead Disclaimer I received an advanced reader s copy from Edelweiss however, my review is my own and PROJECT Z A ZOMBIE ATE MY HOMEWORK Is a quirky story ab...

  6. Ms Laurel says:

    Mostly enjoyed this story for its laughs and re imagining of what zombies are Readers will definitely relate to the first days at school awkwardness and struggling to fit in, which is especially difficult...

  7. Josh Newhouse says:

    Great all ages zombie book with just enough grossness Scholastic, what s with the random zombie themed clip art Don t let my boy Tommy down by not getting enough original art Loved the illustrations just not the repeated im...

  8. Genevieve Markin says:

    Lol

  9. Nishanth Dwaram says:

    Great book I rated it 4 stars because you could paraphrase some of the sentences, cause i m not the ILikeBooksThatAreLongAndNotParaphrased ,type of guy, no offense Still, great book

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