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The Ladybird Book Of The Zombie Apocalypse by J. A. Hazeley and J. P. Morris

The Blurb On The Back:

This delightful book is the latest in the series of Ladybird books which have been specially planned to help grown-ups with the world about them.

As in the other books in this series, the large clear script, the careful choice of words, the frequent repetition and the thoughtful matching of text with pictures all enable grown-ups to think they have taught themselves to cope. The subject of the book will greatly appeal to grown-ups.




J. A. Hazeley and J. P. Morris have written a brief but illuminating guide on what to expect in a zombie apocalypse written in simple language that even the dimmest of grown-ups should be able to understand. It’s a short book that uses illustrations from previous Ladybird guides to good effect and I found the section on how to deal with looters particularly useful. It’s a very short book but has plenty of laughs and is perfect for those of a certain age nostalgic for the non-fiction of their youth or for those keen to know what a zombie apocalypse may involve.

The Verdict:

J. A. Hazeley and J. P. Morris have written a brief but illuminating guide on what to expect in a zombie apocalypse written in simple language that even the dimmest of grown-ups should be able to understand. It’s a short book that uses illustrations from previous Ladybird guides to good effect and I found the section on how to deal with looters particularly useful. It’s a very short book but has plenty of laughs and is perfect for those of a certain age nostalgic for the non-fiction of their youth or for those keen to know what a zombie apocalypse may involve.
Tags: humour, j. a. hazeley, j. p. morris, non-fiction
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