Children's Zombie Books

On June 8, 2007, in Culture, by peterb

10. Clifford The Big Dead Dog (peterb)

9. If You Give A Mouse Some Serum (peterb)

8. Horton Hears His Doom (peterb)

7. Goodnight, World (peterb)

6. Where The Dead Things Are (kosak)

5. Bedknobs and Boomsticks (peterb)

4. Olivia’s Favorite Flesh Eaters (psu)

3. One Vein, Two Vein, Red Vein, Blue Vein (peterb)

2. Click, Clack, GGGGgggaaaarrrrrrrgggghhh (psu)

1. Green Eggs and Hand (peterb)

Please feel free to pile on with your own suggestions in the comments.


8 Responses to “Children's Zombie Books”

  1. arixey says:

    The Voyage of the Dawntreader of the Dead
    And To Think That I Chainsawed Them On Mulberry Street
    Ender’s Brain
    Curious George and the Sumatran Rat Monkey
    The Unliving Tree
    Little Cemetary on the Prairie

  2. arixey says:

    Voyage of the Dawn of the Deadtreader
    And To Think That I Chainsawed Them on Mulberry Street
    Ender’s Brain
    Little House on the Graveyard

  3. Now We Are Six Feet Under
    Peter Brainpan
    The Cat in the Hat Comes Back (yup, no change :)

  4. Lorien says:

    “The Cat in the Hat Comes Back” – fabulous!

  5. David R says:

    George and Martha, Back From The Dead
    Hop on Pop’s Grave
    Trucks and Gravediggers One To Ten
    Richard Scary’s “What Do Zombies Do All Day?”. Lowly Worm gets his comeuppance.
    The Very Hungry Flesh-Eating Caterpillar

    For the “works just fine with the initial title” category, I nominate “Horton Hatches an Egg”

  6. Shelby Davis says:

    Where the Dead Things Are
    Frog and Toad are Undead
    The Spooky Green Pants with a Zombie Inside Them
    Harry Potter and the Deathly hallows

  7. Shelby Davis says:

    Another unchanged one:
    In the Night Kitchen
    The American Zombie’s Handy Book
    (If you don’t have a copy of the American Boy’s Handy Book, you should. But you can just read it on Google Books)

  8. David R says:

    How could I have forgotten ‘Hippos Go Berzerk’?