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annabelle said:
I really didn't like this book and I would never read it again
posted May 9, 2006 at 11:08AM
Shanna said:
It is a great book and I think that ti would be humar and mystery. I recomend tis book to everbody. It is a short fun book. It is one my favirot book that I have ever read!!!
posted May 9, 2006 at 11:08AM
Julia Sieben said:
I enjoyed this book very much I think that this is the book that might be your favorite! It's funny and really is an awsome book! There is nothing negative about this book only that James howe isn't a more of a famous author but one day he will be !!!!!!!
posted Oct 19, 2007 at 10:28AM
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Harold is a dog who takes his work very seriously. He knows how to sit and speak. He knows which member of his family (little brother Toby) is most likely to feed him cupcakes under the table. And, teamed with Chester the cat, Harold knows a bit about detective work. Chester, a bookworm of a feline, is the mastermind crime-solver, but he appears to have met his match one dark and stormy night when the family brings home—a tiny baby rabbit. The little fellow was found in a movie theater during a showing of Dracula (Toby nearly sat on him) and he’s quickly welcomed as a new pet. But soon some suspicious goings-on--Bunnicula sneaking out of his cage, vegetables drained white--lead Chester to suspect that Bunnicula is a vampire in rabbit form. Chester’s attempts to warn the family are hilariously misunderstood, leaving faithful Harold to worry about cat and rabbit alike. Few people have as much personality as the animals in Bunnicula, and husband and wife authors Deborah and James Howe write Harold with good old boy charm and Chester with an irresistible manic energy. Bunnicula proves that dogs, cats, and bunny rabbits knew the popularity and power of vampires long before Twilight and True Blood made blood-suckers trendy. An imaginative spoof on literary legend, Bunnicula is a “rabbit-tale of mystery” that’s been delighting readers of all ages for thirty years.
posted Jan 15, 2010 at 1:51PM
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main characters Bunnicula
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Found in a movie theater; taken home by the Monroe family; named after the movie Dracula; pointy fangs,cape, black-and-white coloring; nocturnal habits.

Chester
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Family cat of Monroe family; fears for the families safety; tries to warn the Monroe family about Bunnicula, but is misunderstood.



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