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Move Over, Dracula Could The Bunny Really Be A Vampire The Monroes Found Him In A Movie Theater While Dracula Was Playing Now All Their Vegetables Are Turning White Chester, The Monroes Cat, Sets Out To Save The World From The Vampire Bunny Harold The Dog Tries To Stop Chester Before It S Too Late And The Rest, As They Say, Is HistoryIn The Twenty Five Years Since The Publication Of Deborah And James Howe S Bunnicula, The Book And Its Five Sequels Have Become Contemporary Classics Now The First Three Books Are Available In This Handsome Boxed Set For The Series S Millions Of Fans


10 thoughts on “Bunnicula In-a-Box (Bunnicula, #1-3)

  1. Courtney Courtney says:

    Bunnicula July 12 15As a kid 4.5 stars I liked it, enough to check out later books It wasn t a favourite that I collected though.As an adult 3.5 for story, 1 star for the narrator 4.5 I liked it, but not quite as much Would still recommend it to others, and wouldn t be opposed to re reading it one day.Mysterious events begin happening when Howard s human family return from a screening...


  2. Ivonne Rovira Ivonne Rovira says:

    I read the first of book in the darling Bunnicula series long ago when my children were young To give you an idea of how long ago, my baby the last of three just turned 21 So when I ran across an audiobook version from the library, I couldn t resist The Bunnicula Collection contains the first three books in the series Bunnicula, Howliday Inn, and The Celery Stalks at Midnight The first book, of course, introduces the nocturnal bunny who was discovered by the Monroe family at a horror m I read the first of book in the darling Bunnicula series long ago when my children were young To give you an idea of how long ago, my baby the last of three just turned 21 So when I ra...


  3. FabulousRaye FabulousRaye says:

    I like that Chester the cat is paranoid, nuts and a conspiracy theorist Most of the books areabout Chester and Harold the dog, then about Bunnicula.


  4. Kris Kris says:

    Wonderful, funny collection of stories as told by Harold, the family dog, about an odd bunny named Bunnicula who was found by the Monroe family, in a box of dirt with a note stating it was from Transylvania in the Carpathian Mountains Of course, the family had just seen the movie, Dracula.Follow these stories with Chester the cat and a host of other characters has they try to kill Bunnicula, weather the trials and tribulations of Howliday Inn aka Hotel Bow Bow, and, finally, handle the eve Wonderful, funny collection of stories as told by Harold, the family dog, about an odd bunny named Bunnicula who was found by the Monroe family, in a box of dirt with a note stating it was from Transylvania in the Carpathian Mountains Of course, the family had just seen the movie, Dracula.Follow these stories with Chester the cat and a host of other characters has they try to kill Bunnicula, weather the trials and tribulations of Howliday Inn aka Hotel Bow Bow, and, finally, handle the ever grow...


  5. Lara Lara says:

    I was about to shelve this today and then I actually looked at it Bunnicula Read by Victor Garber How could I not Totally fun I m not crazy about the voice Garber uses for Howie, and in that third book it seemed like several times he maybe got confused about which character was speaking, but overall I really liked hearing him read these These three books were definitely some of my absolute faves in elementary school, and I have read them a lot and also miiiiiight dress up as Bunnicula ev I was about to shelve this today and then I actually looked at it Bunnicula Read by Victor Garber How could I not Totally fun I m not crazy about the voice Garber uses for Howie, and in that third book it seemed like several times he maybe got confused about which character was speaking, but overall I really liked hea...


  6. Robb Bridson Robb Bridson says:

    I don t often think back to books I read as a kid, mostly because my memory is not that great But I do remember having a strong fondness for the Bunnicula books really they wereabout the laidback dog s misadventures with a paranoid lunatic cat.When I think back to books that fostered a love of reading in me, these books were important I haven t gone back and read them again, and I fear my adult sensibilities might cause me to miss the point The enjoyment I got from these books I beli I don t often think back to books I read as a kid, mostly because my memory is not that great But I do remember having a strong fondness for the Bunnicula books really they wereabout the laidback dog s misadventures with a paranoid lunatic cat.When I think back to books that fostered a love of reading in me, these books were important I haven t gone back and read them again, and I fear my adult sensibilities might cause me to miss the point The enjoyment I got from these books I believe Howliday Inn was my favorite was in the silliness and child friendly suspense Back in those days, this was about as dark as children s literature got the o...


  7. Megan (ReadingRover) Megan (ReadingRover) says:

    Review to come


  8. Amanda Amanda says:

    I LOVED these books as a kid


  9. Jennifer Wardrip Jennifer Wardrip says:

    Reviewed by Carrie Spellman for TeensReadToo.comYES I loved Bunnicula as a kid I read them over and over in grade school It s good to read them again, and know that they re still just as good now BUNNICULA by Deborah James Howe Harold is the family dog, as well as the author of the stories He lives in a comfortable home with Mr and Mrs Monroe, their two sons, and Chester the cat One night, the Monroe family goes to the movies, and brings back a little surprise It s a rabbit that Reviewed by Carrie Spellman for TeensReadToo.comYES I loved Bunnicula as a kid I read them over and over in grade school It s good to read them again, and know that they re still just as good now BUNNICULA by Deborah James Howe Harold is the family dog, as well as the author of the stories He lives in a comfortable home with Mr and Mrs Monroe, their two sons, and Chester the cat One night, the Monroe family goes to the movies, and brings back a little surprise It s a rabbit that one of the Monroe boys found on his seat Well, actually, he nearly sat on it After much debate they decide to name him...


  10. Sunil Sunil says:

    I remember reading the Bunnicula books as a kid, so when I saw that I could experience them as read by Victor Garber, how could I say no All I really remembered about the series was that it was about a vampire bunny that sucks the juice out of vegetables, turning them white What I somehow failed to remember is that the books are NARRATED BY A DOG You guys, it s kind of brilliant As a narrator, Harold is perfectly naive and completely lovable, providing a great contrast to Chester the cat, wh I remember reading the Bunnicula books as a kid, so when I saw that I could experience them as read by Victor Garber, how could I say no All I really remembered about the series was that it was abo...