Abigail and Her Pet Zombie: Zoo Day

This is the second book of the Abigail and Her Pet Zombie series from author Marie F Crow. It is a humorous story of a little girl and her comical pet. This is a 35 page, illustrated, lighthearted, fun short story for ages 3 to 8.

Abigail and Her Pet Zombie: Zoo Day

Abigail and her Pet Zombie have been waiting all week for their special trip to the zoo. When not everyone finds her Pet Zombie lovable, what is the Pet Zombie to do ?

Abigail and friends, with help from her uncle, must teach the Pet Zombie that the most important thing is to just be you and to not worry about what others might think.


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This was wonderful! I was obsessed with Abigail from the first book. This sweet child who has a zombie as a pet. It was wonderful way to help children work on acceptance with such a fun twist that’s so relevant to our society today. Overall, fantastic book with a great lesson and humor for the whole family!

— C. Reider

Marie Crow once again delivers an adorable children’s story with her second book that continues to follow the adventures of Abigail and her pet zombie. ‘Abigail and Her Pet Zombie: Zoo Day’ was even more fun than the first book and with lots of surprises for them to see and experience. The humorous illustrations fit perfectly into this imaginative storyline that comes with a lesson to teach kids when you find yourself not fitting in with those around you. This is a lasting story to have in your child’s collection.

— Angel

I love it! Everything about it is great. The story has as nice, positive vibe to it and the pictures are beyond exceptional.
The illustrations alone are some of the best that I have seen in any kind of children’s book and it’s not hard to see that a lot of effort and time has gone into making them really stand out – my little brother loved them and even I am left very impressed.

— J. Lavuire

I purchased the first book in this series a while back for my nephews, who enjoyed it, so without hesitation I purchased this one as well. It’s a fun read for younger children, with illustrations that are quite well done. As with the first book in the series, this one also has an important message for kids that they can apply to their own lives.

— K. Perry