BUNNICULA PLOT SUMMARY
They also decide to take Bunnicula to the vet as they notice he seems ill. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here I listen to This American Life often on Saturdays, as well as to my brother read to me fairly often, vacations usually have at least on ghost story tour or other tour with some aspect of storytelling to it. Retrieved from ” https: Now, who , you ask, who is the star of this tome? In fact, near the end of the book, this passage made me laugh so hard I nearly cried. I had completely forgotten about reading this book as a child until a conversation with my best friend likening someone to a bunny with red eyes and fangs.
The rabbit has two tiny fangs and a black pattern on his back that looks like a cape. Then he finds him in the kitchen, which is very puzzling. Mystery and detective stories. I loved our narrator Harold, the dog, and his friends Chester, and Bunnicula. Now, who , you ask, who is the star of this tome? Before 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 Notify me of new posts by email. He can’t remember, but he was in his 20s watching vampire movies with his wife, and a name popped …more He explains in the note on the inside back cover.
You are commenting using your Facebook account. Now, where did they find him? Their voices are fun and genuine and my daughter is ready to read the entire series.
Aug 14, Aarika Copeland rated it really liked it. Is logical and practical, but often ends up losing her temper trying to keep Pete and Toby from reeking havoc. Eventually, the two decided to create a book around vampire bunny character created by James. He has a sense of fairness and honesty as he expresses exactly what he likes as a dog and his true feelings about the events in the story.
See this thread for more information. Now a big hunk of the stuff that happened was told to Harold by Chester.
Bunnicula : a rabbit-tale of mystery
At the vet Chester is prescribed cat therapy. I can see why this one is a classic, my boys were always begging for more. My Lord, I hate know-it-all characters, especially when they go around and flaunt with thei My eighth book for Banned Books Week. All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external links from November Articles with permanently dead external links Pages to import images to Wikidata All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from January If there is one thing I hate in children’s book, it is that.
Though scoffed at by Harold the dog, Chester the cat tries to warn his human family that their foundling baby bunny must be a vampire.
You are commenting using your Twitter account. He does so well with the juice that the Monroes continue giving it to him, and they never find another white vegetable. Otherwise, he and Chester appear to be friends. The story also includes some very good vocabulary for fourth and fifth graders.
The bunny has funny markings, which leads the family to name him Bunnicula. Of course, I didn’t want something evil and frightening, but a bit of Carroll’s disturbance would not have gone amiss. Lists with This Book. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Even if my TV habits were deplorable. Review first posted at https: Just because he is a vampire or whatever, doesn’t mean you have hurt him like that, did he ever hurt you? Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Chester is a perfectly acceptable crush, thank you.
He remains docile throughout the whole fiasco and is generally the voice of reason everyone turns to. I had no clue, not when my third-grade teacher read us this book, and not when I listened to it again on audio a few years ago! He can’t remember, but he was in his 20s watching vampire movies with his wife, and a name popped …more He explains in the note on the inside back cover. Not that I would want Chester as a MC, but at least that would make sense.
The reasons why Chester is super dreamy abound. Open Preview See a Problem?
Chester is starving a baby bunny to death because he says it’s a vampire. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Feb 05, Melissa Storm rated it it was amazing Shelves: It is unfortunate that the book was not written by a darker and stranger writer, for my love of the concept didn’t really translate to the simple silliness of the books themselves.
The lengths he goes to to protect his family from this imagined threat nearly get him tossed out of the house and left my boys and I howling with laughter! Even though I’ve heard it is extremely difficult and often ends in complete failure to write a narrative from an animals point of view I felt that the Howe’s did a marvelous job giving the narrative the right feel yet not bogging it down with too many doggy details.
Why, Chester, the hair-brained, intellectual pussy cat, of course!
This review is from A cat has absolute emotional honesty: City of Tonawanda Library. Even though the book is titled Bunnicula, he is quite silent, and the reader gets only a few glimpses into what the bunny is thinking.
It sometimes confuses people that the author of the humorous Bunnicula series also wrote the dark young adult novel, The Watcher, or such beginning reader series as Pi Librarian Note: This review can be found at The Book Review. I like Bunnicula, I do. Retrieved August 19, He would probably be considered a protagonist. Setting Sumjary story takes place in the Monroe house in the span of roughly a week in modern times.
A Mysterious Turn of Events: A Review of ‘Bunnicula: A Rabbit-Tale of Mystery’
With a Dracula theme and a snarky cat, how can you lose?! And the book is funny. I was unable to stop giggling the whole time. James, with his geekier-than-Bill Gates-but-with-better-skin looks, actually got modeling gigs. His favourite genres are mystery, horror, and the supernatural, so that explains his actions towards Bunnicula.
Sep 30, Mehsi rated it did not like it Shelves: