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Old 08-14-2017, 01:07 PM
 
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Hello everyone!


I know it's not quite Halloween yet, but I just came across a great Halloween-themed book that my 3rd grade son and 4th grade daughter both loved. It's called "A Weekend with the Zombies" by Thane Brown and Nathan Albrinck and focuses on four middle-schoolers and their run-ins with zombies, monsters, a wizard, and more. The zombies and monsters are more laughable than scary. I'd recommend to all 2nd-5th graders and at any time throughout the year!


I found the book at a small, local bookstore close to my house, but I also found it on Amazon here [URL]https://www.amazon.com/Weekend-Zombies-Mr-Thane-Brown/dp/1500275417[/URL].


Hope this helps any parents looking for books for their kids!


Thanks!
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