25 Years Later, Bunnicula Hops Again

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A children's classic is reissued on its 25th anniversary.

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NPR's Jennifer Ludden talks to James Howe, the author of Bunnicula. The book follows the Monroe family and their pets, Chester the cat, Harold the dog, and a brand-new bunny rabbit, Bunnicula — who may just be a vampire.

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