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The Celery Stalks at Midnight by James Howe
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Apr 20, 2017

really liked it
bookshelves: 2017, childrens, materials-for-children
read count: 1

Bunnicula is back in a new adventure. It’s been fairly quiet in the Monroe household since Bunnicula was put on a liquid diet, but when he suddenly disappears, Harold the dog, Chester the cat, and Howie the puppy must search the whole town to find him . . . before the vegetables take over!

Evaluation: This was very cute and funny, and I liked it better than the original. Howie is an amusing addition, full of silly puns. Spearing the “zombie” vegetables with toothpicks was a creative touch. I like that each of the animals has a distinct personality, and while they’re pretty smart, they still manage to get into easily-avoided scrapes. It’s easy to see why these stories have staying power. Recommended for elementary grades readers.
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