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Night of the Zombie Chickens

This post is Sponsored by Disney Publishing but my opinions are 100% my own!

My kids and I have really been enjoying the books we’ve received from Disney Publishing. In case you missed them check out Honk Honk! Beep Beep! Children’s Board Book Review, One Busy Day Children’s Book by Lola M. Schaefer, OMG: The Magic Mistake Book Review {for Girls ages 8 – 12} which my 9 year old LOVED and of course all of the FROZEN Books which both my girls love along with our neighbor’s girls. I’ll admit, I enjoy a good Frozen story too!

We received another book called Kate Walden Directs “Night of the Zombie Chickens” by Julie Mata that is also for kids ages 8-12. This book retails for about $16.99 and is in stores as of May 20, 2014.

About Night of the Zombie Chickens

Night of the Zombie Chickens is Kate Walden’s breakout film. But her supporting actresses – her mother’s prize organic hens – are high maintenance, to say the least. Thank goodness Kate’s best friend Alyssa is the star. She’s great at screaming and even better at killing zombies in creative ways.

But when Alyssa turns into a real-life soulless zombie and ditches Kate for the most popular girl in seventh grade, Kate suddenly finds herself both friendless and startless. Now, thanks to Alyssa’s new crowd, Kate is the butt of every joke at school and consigned to the loser table at lunch.

If movies have taught Kate anything, it’s that the good guy can alwyas win – with the right script. And her fellow social outcasts may be the key to her own happy ending. Kate hatches the perfect revenge plot against her former best friend, but even though her screenplay is foolproof, Kate soon realizes that nothing – in film making or in life – ever goes exactly as planned. Especially when there are diabolical hens out to get you.

I’m about half way through the book and I’m really enjoying it. It’s a great book for kids about friendship and the peer pressure that comes about in school. After I read it I’ll pass it onto my 9 year old daughter, I think she’ll really enjoy it. But since it was “about zombies” she wanted me to read it first, just to make sure it wasn’t too scary for her. LOL She’s afraid of being afraid, rather than actually becoming afraid!

You can find this in book stores where other books are sold.

Disclosure: I received a Free product for review. My opinions are 100% mine.