Mid-Continent Public library has a host of great reads for teens! A favorite subject for youth are Zombies! The Zombie Survival Guide is your key to survival against the hordes of undead who may be stalking you, right now.
I looooove zombies, and I looooove books. It just seems fitting to put together a zombie book list! Here are some great titles that Mid-Continent Public Library carries. Come in to our South Independence Branch to check out our cool display!
For a while, vampires had become a very popular staple in modern pop literature. Lately, however, we’ve been experiencing a zombie wave. Both undead creatures create pretty interesting problems for our heroes. And their afflictions are pretty similar, when you think about it.
Top 5 Reasons to Celebrate Valentine's Day with Zombies
If you are the kind of person who checks out MCPL's teen programs in advance, you might just be wondering why the Boardwalk and Parkville branches are promoting zombies this month. After all, it’s February, most notably honored for Black History Month, President’s Day, and of course, Valentine’s Day. This is the month for love, not for the undead, right?
Well, allow me to enlighten you and explain exactly why I’d rather celebrate the month of February with grey zombies than with pink hearts.
Zombiekins by Kevin Bolger had me smiling all the way on my drive to and from work as Johnny Heller narrated this entertaining story on audiobook. I even listened to it while doing the dishes. It sure made doing the chores more fun! No matter what your age, this one is a fun tale to listen to.
Where were you on Friday, May 18th? I was surviving the zombie hoard. Lee's Summit teens kicked off this year's Teen Summer Reading Program (entitled "Own the Night") with a 3 hour Zombie Apocalypse Survival Camp. Teens from all over the city joined us for Zombie trivia, Zombification, and assorted zombie survival exercises.
Time Passes Slowly When You're Having Fun...or Running from Zombies
8:47 p.m.—Its eyes bulged, mouth gasped for air it didn’t really breathe. And Brian still lay sickly star-struck on the foyer floor—sweat pouring down his face. The anonymous zombie slowly shambled its way towards him. Along with it came the dreadful scrapping of its leg on the linoleum tile. "Brains…" Wheeze…wheeze, "Brains!" It shambled forth, a self-perpetuation that would never stop, satiation never granted. It was only three feet away from Brian—emaciated arms outstretched and eager.
Zombies at the Library Part 3: The Night is Young and Brains are Tasty
8:55 p.m.—the rustling of paper was the only sound to break the silence of the library on a late summer evening near the closing hour—that and the sound of the zombie knocking against the glass. The wood marbled sides of the stacks held a quiet wisdom within them. They knew something would happen soon.