Bunnicula Deborah Howe : PDF

Deborah Howe

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

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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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