Who says zombies don’t have feelings? Losing a limb might not hurt them, and they don’t seem to mind being shot, but that doesn’t mean the undead can’t love, right?
Every Zombie Eats Somebody Sometime is a collection of over two dozen classic love songs aimed right at the rotting hearts of zombie romantics everywhere. Perfect for a cozy evening at home with an infected loved one, this book is sure to get the blood pumping and the juices flowing in even the most decayed zombies.
With timeless tunes such as “I Want To Eat Your Hand,” “Tears of a Zombie Clown,” and “That’ll Be The Day (That I Make You Die),” and heart-melting illustrations to go with each song, Every Zombie Eats Somebody Sometime is destined to be an apocalyptic classic!
MOTHER GOOSE IS DOING THE UNDEAD SHUFFLE!
In the vein of It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Zombies and Every Zombie Eats Somebody Sometime, Spradlin and Weigel are turning classic songs and rhymes on their heads—this time with the beloved children’s nursery rhymes we all grew up with. Jack and Jill Went Up to Kill: A Book of Zombie Nursery Rhymes will include over 20 zombie-infused nursery rhymes like “Little Miss Muffet Turned on a Tuffet,” “Three Undead Mice,” “The Old Zombie Woman Who Lived in a Shoe,” and “Jack Sprat was a Revenant.”
These hilarious, reinvented rhymes are perfect for anyone who knows or has ever been a child!
THE WEATHER OUTSIDE IS FRIGHTFUL!
But this book is so delightful! It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Zombies: A Book of Zombie Christmas Carols takes two dozen of our cherished Christmas Carols and turns them upside down, rewriting the lyrics from a Zombie point of view. Tiny tot’s eyes are no longer aglow, they’re in a bowl. Good King Wenceslas Tastes Great and we Deck The Halls With Parts Of Wally. You’ll find all the soon to be classic Zombie Christmas Carol Classics, like I Saw Mama Chewing Santa Claus, Zombie, The Reindeer and many, many more.
This is the perfect holiday gift for the Zombie fanatic on your Christmas list. With brilliantly gory illustrations by artist Jeff Weigel and an introduction by New York Times Best-Selling Author Christopher Moore, It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Zombies should be at the top of your Christmas Shopping List this fall.