Moore Zombies: The Search for Gargoy

Moore Zombies: The Search for Gargoy

by Wendy Knuth

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BN ID: 2940046507416
Publisher: Wendy Knuth
Publication date: 01/07/2015
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 30,460
File size: 7 MB
Age Range: 5 - 11 Years

About the Author

After playing video games with her children, Wendy Knuth was inspired to write books about zombies for kids. She hopes that humans of every age will enjoy reading these books as much as she loved writing them. Wendy is happily married to an old, bald guy, and they live in Arizona, where they continue to raise their two zoners.

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Moore Zombies: The Search for Gargoy 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My name is Emma and i'm 8. If your scared of zombies just like me, don't be scared of the Moors. Before I read, I though all zombies ate brains, but some eat and drink tomatos! When Gargoy gous missing , I know why. Gargoy dosn't like getting scwished by Baby Zom. My evedence is at the last picture , I saw Gargoy say " Help!". This book is fun, funny, and cute. I love this book! Thats why I gave this book a 5 star.
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I think this was a good.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Dumb cinder ella!
FinallyHeSleeps More than 1 year ago
A children's book doesn't have to be about cuddly teddy bears or happy-go-lucky toys to be wonderful and sweet. I have three kids ranging in age from three to thirteen years old. I have a slightly twisted sense of humor which has been passed down to my kids, either by genetics or parenting I do not know. I fell in love with this book and made sure my brood delighted in the story much the same. I may have been a bit overzealous in my presentation to each of them, especially the thirteen year old, but I found them all asking to see it again, days later, even the problematic teenager who is usually more excited over video games and which girl in History class commented on his Instagram than anything I could possibly throw at him. THAT alone warrants a five star rating. I'm not done yet. The illustrations are stellar. Kudos to Brian Allen for capturing every grotesque detail down to the Never-tagged raven atop the Moore family mailbox. Each page presented new disgustingly cute details that could be pondered over time and time again. This may be the only book in existence that could feature a toddler with an exposed brain that elicits a, "ahh cute!" from my three year old daughter. Again, let me make this abundantly clear, I have a twisted sense of humor that has been handed down to my children. Not only is 'The Search for Gargoy' wrapped with fascinating and beautiful illustrations, the story within is as much a gift as the visual. We follow Baby Zom as she searches for her lost toy, Gargoy. Along the way she is assisted by the entire Moore clan from her older brother, Kamper, to her sugar sweet sister, Gothina and the family genius, Broheimer. We can't forget Mombie Moore and Pop, the matriarch and patriarch of this lovable clan. The attention to detail is astounding. No matter how many times I read the book to my daughter, aptly born on Halloween herself, I find something new before I reach the last page. I don't want to give away anything because the discovery is half the fun. Wendy Knuth has created a heartfelt tale that's both sweet and cute... about zombies... for kids and adults of all ages... about zombies. When I was in junior high, my English teacher gave me a children's book titled, "Slugs" by David Greenberg. I didn't think it possible for another book to come along and replace this as my most beloved children's story. I was so wrong. I will be giving copies of 'The Search for Gargoy' as gifts for years to come. If you love Halloween, buy this book. If you love zombies, buy this book. If you have kids, buy this book. If you have a dark sense of humor, buy this book. If you are still reading this, what are you waiting for? Buy this book! (The reviewer received a free copy of 'Moore Zombies - The Search for Gargoy' in return for an unbiased review)
lauralovesreviewingLT More than 1 year ago
Baby Zom isn’t happy. Baby Zom doesn’t want to go camping. Baby Zom doesn’t want to play Hungry, Hungry Humans Baby Zom wants Gargoy. But Gargoy is lost. Moore Zombies is a delightful picture book. Each page has a wonderful illustration depicting the scene as it’s told. I would love to have seen the pictures in color, but they’re in black and white in the eBook. They are still fun to look at and there’s so much to see in each one. Baby Zom is adorable, even if she is a zombie. And she looks to her older siblings to help find Gargoy. Her brother Kamper is like a typical boy. He’s always on the go and his room is a mess. Next oldest is her sister Gothina. She likes pretty clothes and accessorizes with her creepy crawlies. And the oldest of the bunch, Broheimer loves to read. He’s the nerd of the family. Together they set out to find Gorgoy. This would be a great story to read aloud with young children. But I think older kids and grown ups would have just as much fun following the dirt trail to the end of the mytsery. Did you know zombies love tomatoes?