Annotations for Zombie Handbook


Baker & Taylor
Offers tips and advice about how to survive a zombie attack, how to avoid becoming a zombie, and what to do if confronted by the living dead.

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Barron's Educational Publishing
(back cover)
DO ZOMBIES EAT BRAINS?
CAN THEY TAKE OVER THE WORLD?
CAN YOU AVOID BECOMING ONE?


WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THE LIVING DEAD? HERE'S A PERFECT POCKET REFERENCE FOR ANYONE WHO

MIGHT NEED TO SPOT AND OUTWIT ZOMBIES, MUMMIES, GOLEMS, AND OTHER REANIMATED NIGHTWALKERS.

THE ZOMBIE HANDBOOK EXPLAINS HOW TO IDENTIFY A ZOMBIE, SURVIVE AN ATTACK, AND ULTIMATELY, DEFEAT THE UNDEAD HORDES.

PACKED WITH SOUND PRACTICAL ADVICE, TRUE-LIFE ENCOUNTERS, AND A WORLD HISTORY OF THESE DROOLING BRAIN MUNCHERS, THIS LITTLE BOOK IS A MUST FOR EVERYONE WHO WANTS TO KNOW THE TRUTH ABOUT THE UNDEAD!



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Barron's Educational Publishing
Fans of classic horror films and gothic tales will want to add The Zombie Handbook to their personal library. Combining dramatic narrative with spooky color illustrations, author Robert Curran explains the difference between the zombies of Caribbean folklore and the sinister walking dead mummies from ancient Egypt who are said to rise from their tombs and seek revenge when their burial sites are plundered. Zombies also appear in ancient Celtic folklore, and this book tells of a magical cauldron forged from the helmet of a fallen Welsh god. In ancient Britain it was said that a dead body placed in that cauldron would rise again as a living person. For readers who believe that zombies really do walk the earth at night, here are tips on ways to identify a zombie and survive his attack. Here too are reports that claim to tell of true-life encounters between living men and zombies. This entertaining book combines thrills and chills with touches of macabre humor to offer hours of reading pleasure. It has an elastic place marker bound into the back cover, and it features more than 100 striking color illustrations.

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