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Bunnicula: A Rabbit-Tale of Mystery BEWARE THE HARE!
Is He Or Isn't He A Vampire?

Before It's Too Late, Harold The Dog And Chester The Cat Must Find Out The Truth About The Newest Pet In The Monroe HouseholdA Suspiciouslooking Bunny With Unusual Habits And Fangs!

About the Author: Deborah Howe

James Howe was the author of the classic children's tale Bunnicula: A Rabbit-Tale of Mystery. After her death, the Bunnicula series was continued by James.

10 thoughts on “Bunnicula: A Rabbit-Tale of Mystery

  1. says:

    Another fun time reading a classic and nostalgia filled book to my kids!

    Probably the best part of the experience was when it came to sharing my progress on Goodreads and the wide array of responses I got. Everything from, “Wow, I haven’t read this in years! I was one of my favorites!” to, “WHAT THE HECK ARE YOU READING!” I mean, it is a book about a vampire b

  2. says:

    while i read this, check out a vampire list i made over here - http://www.rifflebooks.com/list/21865...


    as part of my personal reading challenges for 2017, once a month i will be revisiti

  3. says:

    (This review is from 2004.)

    Since it’s Halloween, I thought I’d talk about something frightening: Bunnies. Vampire bunnies. Ninja vampire bunnies. Okay, so, maybe not that ninja part. But definitely vampire bunnies—one in particular.

    So, my roommate (Mr. “I’m not in there!” from the other week) was recently given a collection of young adult books as a birthday pr

  4. says:

    A sweet little horror book that isn’t really a horror book 😉

    Mel 🖤🐶🐺🐾🎃

  5. says:

    Hear me out: there is no Bunnicula. This is about the cat.

    His name is Chester. He has schemes and a vivid imagination, as cats do. He's steeped in Gothic literature. Here's my Gothic Drinking Game if you need a r

  6. says:

    I haven’t read this book in probably 30 years or so. I’m happy to report that it’s still delightful and a great read-along with kiddos.

    Though I could have done without the special edition scratch-n-sniff bunny droppings cover.

  7. says:

    A blast from my past that is still epic to this day. One of my first horror reads, too. Bunnicula and My Teacher is an Alien are why I started writing stories when I was younger. I read those two books and thought, "Hey, I can do this!" The rest is history.

    In summation: Find it. Read it. Pass it down through the generations.

    Final Judgment: Highly recommended for all ages.

  8. says:

    Bunnicula, written by Harold the dog and starring Chester the cat, was well-received by my kids on a recent trip north. It was short, silly, and featured hi jinks of the best kind. Chester is one high brow cat! Extremely well-read and quite impressed with himself, he makes frequent literary references and he sees no reason to dumb down his language for Harold and as a parent, I loved that. I chuckled at his barbs and sarcastic comments, as wel

  9. says:

    Hilarious and delightful read! I'm a sucker for books narrated by animals. With a Dracula theme and a snarky cat, how can you lose?!

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