Bunnicula is missing...
In the wake of his disappearance, Chester is deeply disturbed by the suspicious appearance of white vegetables lying about the garden.
Is Bunnicula, the vampire rabbit, on the loose, draining defenseless veggies of their life-juice? What happens later? Will they arise from gardens, rubbish heaps and compost piles as his evil minions? Helping him to possibly make an entire vegetable army of the undead to take over Centerville?
After recruiting Harold and Howie, the trio sets off on a wide-spread investigation to find Bunnicula and kill off any soon-to-be vampire veggies he may have bitten since he escaped from his cage and went missing.
High strangeness and the hooky spooky!
Stark-white celery, pale-skinned carrots, eerie white turnips ... they're all scattered here and there, presumably in the wake of Bunnicula passing through.
Chester has devised a near-painless and discreet method of dispatching the fledgling veggie-vamps before they can rise from the dirt and make others like themselves.
Through alleys and backyards, over fences and even pick-up truck tail-gates they hunt, snuffing out Bunnicula's victims as they go.
Finally, and to their horror, they discover that Bunnicula has graduated from vegetable biting to people-snacking when they come upon some young boys running around in black capes and biting girls on the neck!
It's mayhem and fun at its finest in this third book of the Bunnicula series that I hope you'll consider investing in.
The series still stands as a decades-old favorite of millions of readers (young and young-ish) written by James and Deborah Howe, available at amazon.com in both physical and electronic versions, and probably every other fine book shoppe in your area.
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