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Everything I Know About Zombies, I Learned in Kindergarten review ↠ 100 ✓ When the apocalypse strikes nine year old Letitia Johnson gathers her five year old sister and her sister's classmates and hides them all in a school bathroom Five days later after hunger finally drives the small group out of hiding When the apocalypse strikes nine year old Letitia Johnson gathers her five year old sister and her sister's classmates and hides them all in a school bathroom Five days later after hunger finally drives the small group out of hiding Letitia finds herself in an evacuated Bronx desperately improvising a strategy for survival Distrustfu. Lawd This book was crazyMy son saw this on my kindle and wanted to read it but I told him he had to finish his other book first I’m happy I said no because this was book would have given him nightmares It’s definitely not for children or for the sueamish It involves children in a zombie apocalypse so I don’t think I’m giving too much away when I say kids die in this book Still I was surprised and a bit mad when it happenedI wasn’t too impressed with the beginning but it was a decent set up for the rest of the book which was exceptionally good I loved it despite all of the bad things happening Usually a book starts out good and fizzles in the middle so I shouldn’t complain too much about the beginning in this bookLeticia the heroine in Zombies has been added to the list of bad ass female heroines that can rock a zombie apocalypse She successfully led a class full of kindergartners through the apocalypse by using her wit I also related to Leticia character because she had a speech impediment I was in speech and remedial classes as a kid Suck it stupid teachers because I’m an engineer now Boom in your face Remedial classes my arse Leticia is also called emotionless and calculating and dangerous by the adults she encounters later and I’ve also been told that I was emotionless and too literal Seriously my husband will prod me into arguments just so he can see me react “emotionally” to something So yeah me and Leticia are on the same spectrumIf you would have told me I would have read four zombie books I would have laughed in your face but a good book is a good book despite zombies And of course I cried twice Damn I’m such a suckerThe author will be doing an interview with the Blerd Book Club on Sunday July 12 at 3pm on Twitter Via Google Hangouts Y’all should come hang out

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M a series of foster parents poorly understood religious lessons from televangelists and survival skills gleaned from television shows When Letitia finally turns to one group of adults for help she finds that they aren't even doing as well as she is Reminiscent of The Walking Dead and Lord of the Flies this is a horror novel for adul. A bioweapon is released on the east coast Chaos breaks loose outside PS43 Public School #43 in the Bronx Fortunately nine year old Letitia Johnson finds Jahayra her little sister but there are other frightened kindergarteners who also need help Not uite what she has in mind Letitia takes the lead by not only training the five year olds to use garden stakes to kill the zombies but also encouraging them to be brave like the engine in The Little Engine That Could the book she eventually reads nightly to them Once the troupe scours the area stores for food and supplies Letitia leads them to the iconic hospital on North Brother Island for shelter An emergency situation forces Letitia and the others to seek help from a handful of adult survivors on another island While the two groups join forces to fight against looters and zombies it is only a matter of time who will actually survive Kevin Wayne Williams' debut book is laced with paradox Much of Williams' third person narrative reflects the simple mindset of children amid horrendous circumstances Good examples are how they think in terms of playing games during target practice as they are learning how to use various weapons and how they expect routines like nightly prayers and bedtime stories Although they are surrounded by devastation the children still anticipate that somewhere out there in the world there is a normalcyread at UndergroundBookReviewsdotcom

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Everything I Know About Zombies I Learned in KindergartenL of the small groups of heavily armed adults that remained behind Letitia is forced into a sudden awkward and clumsy adulthood as she tries to keep twelve kindergarteners together and alive learning and teaching the new skills they need as she goes Letitia's toolkit for this adulthood is sparse vague and contradictory statements fro. Ok this makes two zombie books I've read this year but don't expect the trend to continue This one caught my eye because the strongest character is a 9 year old little black girl from the Bronx who goes to rescue her little sister during the zombie apocalypse only to end up with a dozen kindergartners in her care Using the Buddy System and motivation through literature she teaches them to be little badasses and keeps them mainly aliveBut it's also a little about adult privilege and white privilege And about how you should never trust anyone over 30It was very entertaining and a uick read