'A Brain is for Eating' Teaches Children How to Hunt for Brains

By: Amanda Greer - Published: • References: abrainisforeating.bigcartel & lostateminor
Learning how to hunt for brains has never been easier than with this new children's book, titled 'A Brain is for Eating,' by writer-filmmaker Dan Jacobs and his wife, Amelia.

This comically zombified children's picture book teaches the "little undead," as Jacobs calls them, how to hunt for brains. It also teaches young zombies that brains are solely for eating.

With a zombie craze sweeping the nation, the likes of which haven't been seen since George A. Romero's classic 'Night of the Living Dead' film, this book is not only topical, but it satirizes the world's obsession with the undead. The craze is getting to the point that young children are aware that fictional zombies each brains, and are completely unaffected by this news, something that 'A Brain is for Eating' points out with a tongue-in-cheek attitude.

This hilariously unique picture book is sure to fly off of shelves in bookstores all over the world, teaching one little zombie at a time just how easy hunting for brains really is. Stats for Zombified Children's Books Trending: Older & Warm
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