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On a late-night walk with his dog, the young narrator ends up at the Zombie Nite Café, where ghouls, werewolves, and veiny eyeballs hang out, ordering from a menu that includes "scrambled brains" and "malformed meat patties." While watching all the strange goings-on, the boy has a narrow escape and is saved by his dog; then both skedaddle back home, where they hide under the covers and proffer this advice: " . . . that's the truth-no more to say./Beware the Zombie Nite Café!" The slight rhyming text is accompanied by pen-and-ink and digitally colored cartoon illustrations. The result is an undistinguished book that children will probably like because of its subject matter.
—Judith ConstantinidesCopyright 2006 Reed Business Information.