The Celery Stalks at Midnight

The Celery Stalks at Midnight

Book - 1983
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Chester the cat is more than ever convinced that Bunnicula is a vampire when there is a harvest of white vegetables on the morning after the night that Bunnicula was probably wandering through the neighborhood
Publisher: New York : Atheneum, 1983
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780689309878
0689309872
Branch Call Number: JM How
Characteristics: xi, 111 p. : ill. ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Morrill, Leslie H

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CASSIE ERIN MAUL
Sep 18, 2018

Though the vampire bunny is mostly missing in this book, as he was in the previous book, his presence is felt much more what with the return of the white vegetables. Again, most of the focus is on Harold and Chester, along with the newest addition to the family, Howie. Their crazy shenanigans in trying to protect their humans from Bunnicula’s powers, whatever they perceive them to be, are endearing and quite funny.

If you enjoyed either of the first books, or especially both of them, then this continuation of the adventures of the Monroe family and their eccentric pets will be an enjoyable read.

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noschool4us
Jul 20, 2016

bunnicula escapes and two dogs and a cat go looking for him they eventually figure out that after a long day of searching the owners had taken him in a different cage

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