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Soon to be a major NETFLIX series!

The newest installment in this New York Times bestselling series introduces new monsters, new bad guys, and tons of new laughs – Diary of a Wimpy Kid meets The Waking Dead!

It's the first winter after the Monster Apocalypse. For Jack and his buddies, that means sled catapults, epic snowball battles, and one monstrous Christmas celebration. But their winter wonderland turns dark when a villainess begins hunting them. And this villainess is different - she's a human.

When the villainess steals Jack's prized monster-slaying tool, the Louisville Slicer, he vows to get it back. But it won't be easy. Jack and his friends soon discover that the Louisville Slicer is the key to a dark plan that threatens the entire world - and beyond . . .

‘Terrifyingly fun! Max Brallier’s The Last Kids on Earth delivers big thrills and even bigger laughs.’ Jeff Kinney, author of Diary of a Wimpy Kid

The third book in a hilarious monster adventure series. With fresh, funny illustrations on every page, this is perfect for fans of comics and graphic novels aged 8 and over.

The Last Kids on Earth series:

The Last Kids on Earth
The Last Kids on Earth and the Zombie Parade
The Last Kids on Earth and the Nightmare King
The Last Kids on Earth and the Cosmic Beyond

3 comments on “The Last Kids on Earth and the Cosmic Beyond”

  1. Not for kids under 12 I'm an educator. I've been an educator for over 20 years. This book's reading level is at mid 3rd grade, but a comprehension level of 5th-6th grade. The concepts are too far advanced for a 3rd or 4th grader to truly understand (without possible nightmares). The plot of the story, and characters, is designed for 5th grade readers and older. There are zombies and pictures of zombies. There are quotes from the zombies like "Go my children. Feast". Honestly, it reminded me of an episode of The...

  2. Another great one, more bad guys, more humor I highly recommend this one for girls and boys who like adventure, suspense, lots of humor, and a good dose of popular culture (ages 8-12). Jack, who usually wields his powerful weapon, the Louisville Slicer, is witty and a good guy. He and his buddies (the Last Kids) are kind of a family now and June is one of the gang. They look out for the good monsters, fight the bad ones, and keep getting into all sorts of scrapes while trying to save the world and save a certain person from becoming a...

  3. My son loves these books I buy these books for my 10 year old and loved the first 3 of the series so much I pre-ordered this one without a second thought. He was so excited when the mail arrived that he turned off Fortnite to immediately start reading this!

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