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Little Boy Zombie lives on a big farm just outside of Romero Town with Mama Zombie, Papa Zombie, and Rex the Zombie Dog.  

One day, while Mama Zombie and Papa Zombie are away, Boy Zombie is left in charge of the farm. But when he gets bored, he decides to play a prank on the citizens of Romero Town. He yells toward town, "Humans here, humans here!" And everyone comes shambling to the farm to help.

When they discover they've been tricked, Boy Zombie is warned by his elders: "Don't cry 'humans' when there are no humans!"

But will he learn his lesson in time?

The Zombie Who Cried Human is the first book in the Happy Little Monsters series from Brian James Freeman and Glenn Chadbourne, who are blending classic fables with modern storytelling techniques to entertain children and adults of all ages.

©2018 Brian James Freeman (P)2018 Brian James Freeman

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Wonderful Story for Young and Old Alike

A refreshing twist on classic children's literature. Wonderful job by the narrators! I'm a fan.

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Fun new series:

I have read many short stories from Brian James Freeman. They are generally dark stories rich in human emotion. Brian is now tackling traditional children's stories with a dark twist. His first story in the series tells the old 'boy who cried wolf' story with a fun twist. This is a fun little story for all ages.

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Good childrens story

Good tale for children. Well told and read. Young children should live the story, a good twist on the old story I grew up with.