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World War Z: Snow is Gud

One day in the distant future some poor historian will find a copy of this book and spend countless hours documenting the horrible experience of WWZ as fact. 763 more words

The Harlem Hellfighters by Max Brooks; Illustrated by Caanan White

Using stark black and white illustrations, Brooks presents the story of the little-known unit, “The Harlem Hellfighters”. The first African-American unit to be sent to the front lines in WWI, the men also spent the longest number of days in combat and were heavily decorated. 237 more words

Bringing Harlem’s History to Harlem’s Students, with Author Max Brooks

By Lakeya Omogun, New Design Middle School (Harlem, New York)

 Whose perspective is told? Whose perspective is missing? Whose voice is heard? Whose voice is missing? 286 more words

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World War Z

Max Brooks’ “Oral History of the Zombie War” is lushly detailed and terrifyingly possible.  The Undead have risen, the pandemic has taken over the whole planet.   558 more words

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The Book Haul Survival Guide

For the past year I’ve been going through a zombie phase. Max Brooks is probably the king of zombies and on my review of World War Z… 58 more words

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It's Monday! What Are You Reading? 2/23/15

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? is a meme started by Book Journey. The folks over at Teach Mentor Texts and Unleashing Readers have given it a children’s/YA spin. 568 more words

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World War Z: Book Review

First, a note on post-apocalyptic fiction. I love it. I love it so much. But this love is in spite of one major, glaring issue – they all tend to focus on one part of world. 795 more words

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