If you want to be prepared for the coming zombie apocalypse*, we can recommend these excellent undead tomes:
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Zombies by Matt Mogk The most comprehensive zombie handbook ever published. In one indispensable volume, Matt Mogk busts popular myths and answers all your raging questions about the living dead. With foreword written by Max Brooks!
Diary of a Zombie Kid by Fred Perry and David Hutchison Middle school is horrific enough for any 5th grader’s first day. But for Bill Dookes, it’s a festering, rotting, undead nightmare! Since Bill’s deadbeat dad got arrested trying to burn the house down for the insurance, Mom’s had to make ends meet by volunteering to various medical research companies for cash. This would be fine if she hadn’t brought home a mysterious zombie virus! Now Bill has to deal with skin problems and body chemistry changes that make puberty look like a walk in the park! And then there’s his ever-growing appetite for braaaiiiiins! Pat The Zombie A macabre mash-up of the children’s classic Pat the Bunny and the present-day zombie phenomenon, with the tactile features of the original book revoltingly re-imagined for an adult audience. Munchkin: Zombies It’s the sickest, silliest Munchkin yet. In this edition of the super-popular role-playing card game, the players are zombies, kicking down doors and eating brains. The “monsters” they’re attacking are people, some helpless and some hazardous, with a few rogue zombies thrown in. The armor is whatever they’ve blundered across during their lurching search for brains. So bravely the munchkins go forth, with mousetraps on their feet and a bowling trophy protecting their poor rotting heads to level up, or to die. Again.
How to Speak Zombie by Steve Mockus This essential guide features an electronic sound module that demonstrates proper zombie pronunciation (‘RAHHHhh!’), helpful text that explores the customs and etiquette of the zombie world, and detailed illustrations that show the undead doing everything from pumping iron to dancing the night away. Deeply informative, this handbook also includes an all-purpose BRAINS button that can be used in any situation, deadly or otherwise.
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith “It is a truth universally acknowledged that a zombie in possession of brains must be in want of more brains.” So begins Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, an expanded edition of the beloved Jane Austen novel featuring all-new scenes of bone-crunching zombie mayhem.
My comment: no, I am not a PR for these autors, because I am an autor, too.