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“My kids have been listening to Bunnicula, which is sweet and innocent and slightly spooky, perfect for kids old enough to hear a longer story but not yet old enough to make the foray into the actually spooky yet.”
“I credit one creepy book for kick-starting my reading obsession at age 8: "Bunnicula," the story of a (vegetarian) vampire rabbit.”
“-- "Bunnicula" A musical adaptation of Deborah and James Howe's book about a vampire bunny.”
“Bunnicula" Chester the cat and Harold the dog sing and dance their way through the comic mystery of why the family's produce is losing its juice.”
“This program for middle school age children will feature a discussion of the book "Bunnicula" by Deborah and James Howe at 4 p.m.”
“Weekly Reader sales were the best — Morris the Moose, Bunnicula, Fudge (how I recall the books; as the oldest, I empathized with Peter).”
“(I'm leaving the Bunnicula question alone for now.) 8: 43 AM”
“Surely there's inspiration for a new Bunnicula book here.”
“I believe James Howe, coauthor of the original Bunnicula and author of most of its sequels, also wrote the short Mister Tinker in Oz for Random House in 1985.”
“Search for “Bunnicula” to learn more about that series, which has been adapted for television.”
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