Zombie Makers by Rebecca L. Johnson
True Stories of Nature's Undead (Exceptional Science Titles for Intermediate Grades) (Junior Library Guild Selection (Millbrook Press))

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Are zombies real? Scientists know this for sure: dead people do not come back to live and start walking around, looking for trouble. But there are things that can take over the bodies and brains of innocent creatures, turning them into senseless slaves. Meet nature's zombie makers--including a fly-enslaving fungus, a suicide worm, and a cockroach-taming wasp--and their victims.

About Rebecca L. Johnson

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Phyllis V. Saroff's illustrations have appeared in numerous children's books, including Saving the Whooping Cranes (Millbrook Press). Phyllis lives in Annapolis, Maryland.
Published August 1, 2012 by 21st Century. 48 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Young Adult, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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In each chapter, Johnson reports back on conversations with scientists engaged in relevant research, and she closes with a quick look at telling signs in the fossil record.

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