Deborah Howe





Deborah Howe


Born
in Boston, Massachusetts , The United States
August 12, 1946

Died
June 03, 1978

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Deborah Howe with her husband James Howe was the author of the classic children's tale Bunnicula: A Rabbit-Tale of Mystery. After her death, the Bunnicula series was continued by James.

Average rating: 3.84 · 54,138 ratings · 1,930 reviews · 9 distinct works
Bunnicula (Bunnicula, #1)

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3.84 avg rating — 53,760 ratings — published 1979 — 45 editions
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Teddy Bear's Scrapbook

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3.30 avg rating — 23 ratings — published 1980 — 11 editions
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Bunnicula: Teacher Guide

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it was amazing 5.00 avg rating — 2 ratings — published 1987
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Bunnicula In-a-Box (Bunnicu...

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Bunnicula - Boxed Set

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The Portland Edge: Challeng...

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More books by Deborah Howe…
“Today vegetables. Tomorrow...the world!”
Deborah Howe
tags: funny

“parrot,” he said, “is a tropical zygodactyl bird (order psittaciformes) that has a stout curved hooked bill, is often crested, brightly”
Deborah Howe, Bunnicula

“Come on, come on, you’re wasting time. Just jump up here.” I surveyed the scene carefully. I knew I would have to get a running start since there was just a tiny spot left for me and I would never be able to fit into it if I pulled myself up slowly. Apparently, I was taking too long for Chester’s liking. “Will you get up here?” he hissed. Okay, if that’s what you want. I ran and jumped onto the chair, landing with a great kerplop. “Chester, where are you?” I cried. I couldn’t see anything but the back of the chair. I’d forgotten to turn myself around. “I’m here, you great oaf!” I turned my head. “What are you doing on the floor?” I asked. “You knocked me off the chair. Now just stay put. I’m coming back up.” I moved to the back of the chair, and Chester”
Deborah Howe, Bunnicula

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