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Why I Quit Zombie School by R.L. Stine

Author:R.L. Stine [Stine, R.L.]

Language: eng

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ISBN: 978-0-545-38813-9

Publisher: Scholastic Inc.

Published: 2011-06-24T16:00:00+00:00

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A few kids gathered in the court. They moved in front of us. They all had their eyes on the balcony.

A few seconds later, a girl peered over the railing. She had short blond hair tied in pigtails. She wore a black sweater over black jeans.

 

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Author:R.L. Stine [Stine, R.L.]

Language: eng

Format: epub

ISBN: 978-0-545-38813-9

Publisher: Scholastic Inc.

Published: 2011-06-24T16:00:00+00:00
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A few kids gathered in the court. They moved in front of us. They all had their eyes on the balcony.

A few seconds later, a girl peered over the railing. She had short blond hair tied in pigtails. She wore a black sweater over black jeans.

“Watch,” I told my parents. I motioned to the balcony. “Just watch this. It’s going to be horrible. But maybe you’ll believe me.”

The girl started to pull herself up to the top of the balcony wall.

“Oh. Hey,” Dad said. He fumbled in his pants pocket. He pulled out his phone. “Oh. Sorry. I have a call.”

He started to raise the phone to his ear. But it slipped out of his hand.

The phone hit the hard floor with a clang.

The blond-haired girl leaped off the balcony and hit the floor. She thudded heavily, and she bounced twice before landing in a heap.

“Did you see —?” I started. Then I gasped.

Both of my parents had their backs turned. They were both bending over to pick up Dad’s phone.

“I’ll bet it was Jamie,” Dad said. He grabbed the phone and studied it.

“Is it okay? Did it break?” Mom asked.

“Didn’t you see her jump!” I screamed. “Didn’t you see what just happened?”

Dad squinted at the phone screen. “It seems to be okay,” he said.

“Check the call log,” Mom said. “Was that Jamie calling?”

I totally lost it. I started screaming my head off. “That girl jumped off the balcony!” I cried. “Didn’t you see her?”

Kids turned to look at me. I realized it was dangerous to scream.

“Where?” Mom asked. “Who jumped? Where?”

I pointed. The blond-haired girl was climbing to her feet. She brushed off the front of her sweater. She started to walk away.

“She couldn’t have jumped,” Mom said. “Look. She’s walking away. Why would you say such a crazy thing?”

“Matt, it’s time to drop the whole zombie thing,” Dad said. “We gave you a chance. Now it’s just getting tired.”

I failed again. Failed. Failed. Failed.

I wanted to jump up and down and scream and throw myself into the wall and — and —

Wait. One last try. One last chance to save my life.

I knew who could help me. I knew who could convince them.

My parents wouldn’t listen to me. But they would listen to Franny.

Franny. The only other living kid in this school.

Franny would tell them this is a zombie school. And they would believe her.

Now where could I find her? She could be anywhere.

And then I nearly cried out when I saw Franny step into the court. She wore a red-and-black Romero sweatshirt over a short black skirt. She had a bulging backpack on her shoulders.

I guessed she was headed to the Study Room upstairs.

“Franny! Hey!” I took off, running through the crowded circle of kids. “Franny!”

She turned and waited for me. “Matt, what’s up?”

“Did your parents come?” I asked.

She shook her head. “Not this time. Yours?”

“Yes,” I said. “I want you to meet them. I want you to tell them —”

“Tell them?” Franny said.

I turned. My parents had followed me across the hall.

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