Bunnicula: A Rabbit-Tale of Mystery
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BEWARE THE HARE!
Is he or isn't he a vampire?
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...and fangs!
chemicals on our food, and if you’re not careful, you’ll turn white, too.” “Like Dad?” “Robert, couldn’t you take that shaving cream off your face?” “Oh yes, of course. Where’s my towel? I know I brought it down with me.” For that matter, where was Chester? I’d seen him going toward the table, but I’d lost track of him listening to all that talk about DDT. I just hoped they didn’t use any of that stuff where they grew chocolate cupcakes. “Pete, did you take my towel?” “Why would I take your
he was full.” “Don’t be ridiculous,” he replied. “It was the garlic. He couldn’t leave his cage. But tonight he’ll be free to roam again, and I’ve got to find a way to stop him that isn’t smelly.” Mr. and Mrs. Monroe were hurrying in and out of the room, stepping over us, late for work. Mrs. Monroe yelled up to Toby, “Don’t forget to take the steak out of the freezer when you get home today, Toby, and leave it on the table to defrost. And this time, remember to put a plate under it.” Chester’s
toward Bunnicula and with a mad yowl threw the dish of water at the rabbit. Unfortunately, he was so hysterical that his aim was not the best. With water dripping from my ears, I watched Mrs. Monroe pick Chester up by the scruff of his neck and toss him unceremoniously out the front door. “Robert, we are going to have to do something about that cat. Look at this mess. Dinner’s ruined, the poor bunny is out of his cage, and Harold is sopping wet.” I tried to look as pathetic as I knew how. “Aw,
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at the same time, I couldn’t help watching the thing move back and forth, back and forth. Back and forth . . . It was so easy to watch, and before I knew what had happened, I was waking up.” “You fell asleep?” I asked incredulously. “I couldn’t help it. I didn’t even know it had happened. But I looked up at the face of the clock and it was twelve forty-five! I’d been gone forty-five minutes. I ran back into the living room, looked at Bunnicula’s cage, and it was empty. I couldn’t imagine where