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Bunnicula BEWARE THE HARE Is he or isn t he a vampireBefore it s too late, Harold the dog and Chester the cat must find out the truth about the newest pet in the Monroe household a suspicious looking bunny with unusual habits and fangs [Reading] ➾ Samejima-Kun & Sasahara-Kun ➵ Koshino – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk Harold the dog and Chester the cat must find out the truth about the newest pet in the Monroe household a suspicious looking bunny with unusual habits and fangs 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 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 bunny and if you saw the cover come across your feed, and you had never heard of it, you might have had a similar shocked reaction I did enj 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 bunny and if you saw the cover come across your feed, and you had never heard of it, you might have had a similar shocked reaction I did enjoy reading this to my kids and have enjoyed the fact that they have now consumed three straight books one chapter a night with great enthusiasm However, unlike Charlie and the Chocolate factory, it did not quite translate to a 5 star read for me as an adult and, if I had not been enjoying it along with my kids I might have not enjoyed it quite as much But, still, a classic One of my favorite things about this book is that it does have a similar feel to Dracula in the narration by Harold the dog His delivery and diction felt very similar to Harker s letters in Dracula That was a really cool connection and I hope if my kids get to read Dracula some day they remember Bunnicula So, either enjoy a nostalgic horror trip to your childhood or continue to be confused as to why someone would want to read this Either way, Bunnicula is not going anywhere in the annals of classic youth literature while i read this, check out a vampire list i made over here part of my personal reading challenges for 2017, once a month i will be revisiting a favorite book from when i was a little bitty karen and seeing if it holds up to my fond memories and determining if i can still enjoy it as an old and crotchety karen.fingers crossed while i read this, check out a vampire list i made over here part of my personal reading challenges for 2017, once a month i will be revisiting a favorite book from when i was a little bitty karen and seeing if it holds up to my fond memories and determining if i can still enjoy it as an old and crotchety karen.fingers crossed 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 present Most of the stack didn t interest me, but I did notice one specific volume in the pile I remember reading Bunnicula as a child, a 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 present Most of the stack didn t interest me, but I did notice one specific volume in the pile I remember reading Bunnicula as a child, and it very well could have been my first genre fiction book ever So, intrigued about how I would regard the experience as an adult, I sat down one evening to give the novel another read.I came out of it with two impressions First, that is one amazingly fun book Second, that is one amazingly short book.On the second point, it turns out that I m older now and I m used to stories that take a little bit longer to tell It s pretty amazing how few words they managed to pack into so many pages It s around a hundred, give or take, depending on your edition It s short It has chapters, true, but they re.well,like extended paragraphs I was through the book before I knew what had happened.Part of that, however, was due to sheer enjoyment Often times, when I look back at things I enjoyed as a child, I find that I displayed an embarrassing lack of discerning taste G.I Joe or pretty much any cartoon I watched makes a fine example Bunnicula, however, was a delightful read both because of how fun it was, and because it proves that I at least had good taste in books when I was young Even if my TV habits were deplorable Anyway, about the book itself Aspiring writers, take note there are a wealth of lessons to be learned from this humble story First off, it has an interesting premise A normal family discovers a mysterious pet bunny abandoned in a movie theater a bunny that turns out to have belonged to Dracula, and how goes out during the night to hunt vegetables and drain their blood Amusing, perhaps a bit farcical however, the authors manage to mix this potentially ridiculous idea with some solid storytelling The book is told from the viewpoint of the family s pet dog, a creature with a healthy dose of personality and an interesting narrative style.That means we have both a clever premise, a strong character, and a unique viewpoint Mix with that a solid mystery plot why are these white vegetables appearing around the house, and why does that bunny look so downright evil and you have a book that will hold its own against pretty much anything you throw at it I know a lot of modern fantasy novels that could learn a few things from Bunnicula.So, I recommend that you give the book a read, if you haven t already It s fun, quick, and could probably teach you a few things And, if you did read the book as a child, it might be an interesting experience to pick it up like I did and see how your childhood memories compare to your adult observations

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