25 Years Later, Bunnicula Hops Again 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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25 Years Later, Bunnicula Hops Again

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25 Years Later, Bunnicula Hops Again

25 Years Later, Bunnicula Hops Again

25 Years Later, Bunnicula Hops Again

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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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