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Diary of a Minecraft Zombie #1: A Scare of a Dare

Suitable for 7 - 10 years

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Product description

The mahoosive game is now a funny book! Are those scary, hollow-eyed Minecraft zombies really so different from us…? Zach is one of those freaky green monsters we all like to stay well away from. But is this hostile mob really as, well, hostile as he looks? Zombie parents really aren’t much different from human ones. It’s always ‘do this’ and ‘scare that’. Blah blah blah. Laugh out loud as Zach gives you the lowdown on zombie life, his buddies and his adventures at Scare School. Warning: laughing can be dangerous for zombies. Read this book at your own risk. You might actually lose your head…

  • Hilarious adventure fiction based on Minecraft
  • Think Diary of a Wimpy Kid with a zombie twist
  • Perfect for kids who love to read and play games
  • Highly illustrated format bursting with daft jokes

Product Details

Catalogue number

246 in EU Primary September 2018

Series

Diary of a Minecraft Zombie (book 1)

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781407187709

Date published

January 4th, 2018

Condition

New

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