A Small Zombie Problem

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Author(s): K.G. Campbell
Series: Zombie Problems Series No: 1
Original Publish Date: Jun 04, 2019
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (3.85 hours)
Product Number: Z100144865
Released: Jun 04, 2019
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781984884664
Narrator/s: Todd Haberkorn
Publisher: Listening Library
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Description

In his fiction debut--and the start of a new series--celebrated illustrator K.G. Campbell brings a touch of Tim Burton to this singularly strange and wonderful story about a lonely boy whose life is about to get a whole lot more complicated when a zombie follows him home. August DuPont has spent his whole life inside a dilapidated house with his aunt Hydrangea. His lonely existence ends abruptly with the arrival of an invitation to meet an aunt--and cousins--he didn't even know existed. When Aunt Orchid suggests that August attend school with his cousins, it's a dream come true. But August has scarcely begun to celebrate his reversal of fortune when he is confronted by a small problem on his way home. So begins an adventure filled with a wild child, a zombie, a fabled white alligator, and an unimaginable family secret.

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Author(s): K.G. Campbell
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Product Number EB00738473
Released: Jun 04, 2019
Business Term: 2 Year
ISBN: #9780553539578

Professional reviews

"Narrator Todd Haberkorn paints a memorable picture of the quirky DuPont family, who live on a Louisiana estate that time seems to have forgotten. August, who is homeschooled by his high-strung Aunt Hydrangea, longs for friends. Just as he starts to make some, he unintentionally reanimates a friendly zombie who then won't leave him alone. Hilarious situations ensue as August tries to sort out his problems--both supernatural and real. Haberkorn gives August an innocent, raspy voice that contrasts with the Southern accents of the eccentric characters around him. Listeners will laugh at Haberkorn's flamboyant portrayal of southern belle Aunt Hydrangea even as they sympathize with sweet, lonely August. S.C. © AudioFile 2019, Portland, Maine"

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