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  • Published: New York, N.Y. : Margaret K. McElderry Books, c2010.
  • Year Published: 2010
  • Edition: 1st ed.
  • Description: 415 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Language: English
  • Format: Book

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  • Lexile: 860

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  • 9781416989530
  • 1416989536

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Zombies vs. unicorns

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Where To Find It

Call number: Teen Fiction

Available Copies: Downtown Teen, Traverwood Teen, West Teen

Additional Details

Title page has pictures of a zombie and a unicorn in place in the words "zombies" and "unicorns".

Spine has authors as "Black vs. Larbalestier".

Highest justice / -- Love will tear us apart / -- Purity test / -- Bougainvillea / -- A thousand flowers / -- Children of the revolution / -- Care and feeding of your baby killer unicorn / -- Inoculata / -- Princess Prettypants / -- Cold hands / -- Third virgin / -- Prom night /

Twelve short stories by a variety of authors seek to answer the question of whether zombies are better than unicorns.

Contents: Highest justice. -- Love will tear us apart. -- Purity test. -- Bougainvillea. -- Thousand flowers. -- Children of the revolution. -- Care and feeding of your baby killer unicorn. -- Inoculata. -- Princess Prettypants. -- Cold hands. -- Third virgin. -- Prom night.

Community Reviews

Inconsistent

Just couldn't keep my attention.

Team Unicorn/Zombie

This book was great. It had stories ranging from down-right-pee-your-pants thrillers to hilarious stories that you did not want to end! My favorite was how to care for your killer baby unicorn and the one about the babysitter.

Funny

This was extremely funny. I would recommend it if you needed a good laugh.

A great collection!

This collection of short stories by extremely talented authors is both hilarious and somber. The book includes stories about unicorns, stories about zombies, and the witty banter of Holly Black and Justine Larbalestier as they discuss the pros and cons of the two "species".

My personal favorites stories were those by Meg Cabot, Cassandra Clare, and Alaya Dawn Johnson, but they were all fun to read, whether they were meant to be funny or thought-provoking.

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