That's Not Your Mommy Anymore: The Zombie Book for Children

I spent the entire weekend with my two nephews, aged 6 and 7 months. It was sheer bliss and utter tiredness at the same time. I guess it’s like that when you have kids. One thing I know – I want to get them this book that I have just discovered.

That’s Not Your Mommy Anymore is not your usual children’s book, but it is perfect for parents (or aunts, uncles, whatever) who just can’t get enough of zombies. While I do have a very low threshold for anything zombie-related, I appreciate a good zombie story. And from what I have seen of the preview, this zombie book for children hits the spot. The front cover alone is enough reason to consider getting the book!

That's Not Your Mommy Anymore Cover


That’s Not Your Mommy Anymore is not that new (it was published in May of this year), but just in case you have not heard of it, you might want to check it out. It is written by Matt Mogk and illustrated by Aja Wells. The zombie book for children starts out just like many other children’s books – showing how wonderful it is to have a mom.

That's Not Your Mommy Anymore - Normal Mommy


It does give children good tips on how to realize it if mommy has turned into one of the undead.

That's Not Your Mommy Anymore - Zombie Mommy


You have to admit that this children’s book is going to be very very useful when the
zombiecalypse finally happens. As a parent, you want to make sure that you equip your child with the right skills and knowledge that he (or she) will need in the future. What better way to ensure that your child knows all about the dangers of the zombiecalypse than to get this book and read the story at night? You can’t consider yourself a responsible parent if you do not get this book at some point, I think. Of course, you also have to make sure to point out that it’s not only mommy who could turn into a zombie…

Get the paperback or Kindle copy at Amazon for less than $10.

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