From the acclaimed illustrator of Flora & Ulysses comes the second book in the Zombie Problems trilogy, heralded by School Library Journal as reminiscent of Roald Dahl in uniting the macabre with realism.
What's worse than discovering you have a zombie problem? Acquiring four more undead tag-alongs. . . .
When a zombie followed August DuPont home one day, he didn't expect her to stick around. But Claudette is in no hurry to leave August's side. And when he decides to go to Croissant City in search of the elusive Zombie Stone, Claudette joins him. It's a good thing she does, because no sooner had August set out than a mysterious white alligator began to follow him. Reptiles aren't the only creatures to look out for, though.
When August is reunited with his dour cousins the Malveaus, and their menacing mother, Orchid, finding the stone before they
do takes on a new urgency. Throw in a swamp doctor, a costume parade, a pop star, a s ance, a band of smugglers, and four new zombies, and you'd better believe that August's quest is only going to get more complicated.Author:
K. G. CampbellPublisher:
8.20h x 6.10w x 0.90dISBN:
About the Author
Keith G. Campbell was born in Kenya, but raised and educated in Scotland. He graduated with a master's degree in art history from the University of Edinburgh. After trying on several careers, Keith eventually returned to his early passion of writing and illustrating stories. He is the author-illustrator of several picture books and the winner of two Ezra Jack Keats Awards. A Small Zombie Problem was his first work for older readers.Keith lives in Malibu, California. Learn more at kgcampbell.com and follow him at @artbykgcampbell.