2010-2011 school year: day fifty five

I believe I’ve mentioned this before, but if some enterprising writer of Young Adult fiction can figure out a YA-friendly way to write a book squarely aimed at teens about the zombie apocalypse, they would make a million dollars. Teenage boys are fantastically interested in zombies- my classroom’s copies of World War Z by Max Brooks, The Walking Dead by Robert Kirkman, I Am Legend by Richard Matheson (not a zombie novel per se, but pretty well inspired the genre) and for those who get parental permission, Dead Sea by Brian Keene.

2 Responses to “2010-2011 school year: day fifty five”

  1. I told my students that if they could get parental permission, they could watch the movie [Rec] as part of their cultural project on film in Spain. A lot of people have heard of the American “Quarantine”… both with zombie-like problems…

  2. […] Phil appeared a couple of weeks ago, for those continuity nuts amongst you. […]

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