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When a school blows up its basement, two worlds are about to collide...
Lewis is just like any other boy - except he's half zombie. He's about to start his first day at middle school. Little does he know that he's about to get an education at the school of hard knocks, too. Pensive, reserved Lewis is not enthused when his human classmates treat him like an outcast for being half zombie. Good thing he has his loyal friend Sebastian in tow.
Sebastian does his best to stick up for his buddy, but to the two friends' dismay, the human children just won't warm up to Lewis. That is, until the day the children are ushered out of the school and informed by the principal that a legion of zombies is living in the basement! After careful consideration, the school turns to Lewis to negotiate with the zombies, hoping he can persuade them to leave. Suddenly, everything is in young Lewis' hands. How will the zombies react to a half human zombie? What do they want with the school? You'll have to read Basement Blast to find out!
Hilariously uplifting, and subtly sweet, this book will have your child smiling ear to ear as he cheers on the hero. The underlying lesson about the Golden Rule comes right in time for the holidays, when we all try to be better people.
How does a kid growing up in the village of Zombie Bane become a surfer? I mean, seriously people, how can he surf in the waveless oceans of the Overworld? This is crazy! Read the diary of 12-year-old villager Jimmy Slade to find out.
John M. O'Shea explores this question by employing modern archaeological theory and analysis as well as mortuary theory to build a model of an Early Bronze Age society in the eastern Carpathian Basin. He focuses on the Maros communities and utilizes the densely encoded social information from their cemeteries to draw a picture of the Maros' social systems.
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