But from the beginning of his career which came about somewhat by accident after asking himself what kind of vampire a rabbit might make , he has been most interested in letting his imagination take him in whatever direction it cared to.
And on this, the worst night of the year — St. Bud, who had gone back to his fish, ignored Dawg, while Spud just stared off into space, slowly turning his knife in his hands. It took up two out of the total nine chapters, but it's integration into the climax wasn't special enough to merit taking up that much of the book. Why has a threatening flock of crows invaded the backyard?
He sauntered over to the campfire, stopping only when he was so close that his mangy fur took on a red glow. Illustrated by Leslie Morrill. Leslie H.
It was okay. Excerpts are provided for display purposes only and may not be reproduced, reprinted or distributed without the written permission of the publisher. And the rep couldn't guarantee the stand alone version was complete. While I didn't have the pleasure of reading through the whole of the Bunnicula series as a child, I did greatly enjoy the first book of it. Raves and Reviews.
The Monroes also stayed the night with them in order to get out of the rain, and are relieved that Harold, Howie, and Chester are unharmed. I would cancel my service if i could get my credits held of refunded.
The story, of course, turns out to be about Bunnicula, Chester's favorite subject, and his origins, which turn out to be similar to the plot of any standard vampire movie and which, curiously, seem to involve Bud and Spud. Feb 19, 2018 Simon rated it liked it. I don't know about better gosh, I read and loved these books so much when I was a kid!
Monroe apparently begins to have a mid-life crisis, and wants to do something exciting while they are there.
The main characters are the Monroe family and their pets, and the series is told from the perspective of Harold, the family dog. Chester begins to suspect that Bud and Spud may plan to murder the Monroes and that Dawg is luring them away in order to keep them from interfering, and Harold slowly begins to believe him.
Friend Reviews. As for the book, this was a fun, funny adventure and chalk full of wit and humor I never really seen in a children's book before.
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Funny, entertaining and intelligent! He did not take Chester's worries too seriously.