Septic Zombie: A Short Story Written by a Seven-Year-Old Home Schooled Girl
- Narrated by: R. C. Bray
- Length: 20 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 09-05-12
- Language: English
- Publisher: Breakneck Media
Septic Zombie is the first story written by home-schooled seven year old Aquila Robinson (the real Aquila). With the help of her father (best-selling author Jeremy Robinson), Aquila has written and released this book, which she dictated to her father. Every word is hers, though she did work with an editor (mostly to fix Dad's typos). She even contacted the authors below and asked them to read the book - these are real endorsements!
About the author: Aquila Robinson is a seven-year-old homeschooler with aspirations of being an author like her father, Jeremy Robinson. She also aspires to owning her own restaurant, something she and her friends experienced by turning the house into a restaurant complete with waitresses, chefs, hostesses, and real paying customers. Septic Zombie, like the restaurant, is an extension of her creative, child-led homeschooling.
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By Robert Scot on 17-05-12
Way to go, Aquila!!
What made the experience of listening to Septic Zombie: A Short Story Written by a Seven-Year-Old Home Schooled Girl the most enjoyable?
The 7 year old mind that created it! Such talent and such fun!!
Any additional comments?
Hope this contributes to getting that puppy!!!
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By DesmoProfundis on 18-02-18
Best Zombie story Ever!
Let me start by saying that I am a dad. It's the best thing by far that I've ever been. I've also been a husband, a Sergeant First Class in the Army, a Union Carpenter and a Huge Zombie nut. I've watched every zombie flick, TV show, read every Zombie Apocalypse book I could get my hands on to include the Arizen series, and the Mountain Man series. This story had me absolutely grinning ear to ear. It made me feel like a kid again.
Thank You, Aquila.
PS. Tell your dad he'd better build that fence fast, 'cause it looks like you're getting a dog very soon.