Bunnicula and Friends: The Vampire Bunny

Written by James Howe • Illustrated by Jeff Mack

Reviewed by B.P. (age 7)

This story is about a vampire bunny. A dog named Harold tells the story. There is a cat named Chester. They live with the Monroes. One night Bunnicula the Vampire Bunny gets out of his cage and sucks juice out of a tomato. It turns white. He gets out of his cage the next night. He makes more vegetables white. Harold and Chester find out why he is doing this. Harold thinks he is not a vampire but Chester does. Harold is right. Bunnicula is suffering from hunger. He is sick. He gets better because the vet gives him carrot juice.

I liked the book because it was very funny. I liked Chester and Bunnicula because they were funny and serious. I think this book should be for people who like funny stories and vampires. The moral of the story is to never trust a book by the title because the book is called Bunnicula the Vampire Bunny. This book should be for people who want to read Bunnicula.

B.P. is a student in Mrs. King and Miss Holzer's 2nd Grade Class