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Bunnicula-The Vampire Bunny

Updated on April 17, 2015
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Kim has many hubs on entertainment especially on movies, and actors she wrote for Squidoo and now has her own blog

Is this what stqarted my vampire obsession?

I'm lucky if I can remember what I did for the day, let alone what I read when I was little.

Bunnicula is a Level 3 book, which I have no idea what age that is, but I guess within the toddler stage?) I have no idea what in this book made an impression on me, that I would remember it as the first (or one of the first books) I ever read.

The only books I remember reading as a kid aside from this was my bedtime stories book, and in grade school a Shazam book which I read for a March-Of-Dimes 'Reading Olympics' (kid you not...I won the Gold Medal) and in either freshman or sophomore year in high school we read the Chocolate War in English class which well.. I wouldn't read because I was being forced to, but do intend to read it at some point.

There's another thing about this book...The bunny is a Vampire! The Cat Chester and Dog Harold of the house are aware of Bunnicula's feeding habits. (Don't worry, it's not a rabbit that sucks blood from humans.. it still eats his veggies but just sucks the color out of them.

Which brings me to my last point...was it this book of the vampire bunny that turned me into a child of the night and having an infatuation with all things vampire? For as long as I can remember I have 'ALWAYS' been a vampire fan to the point where...well I usually say as a Lady Gag Album or is it song goes.. "I was born this way"

Intro pic image of the ORIGINAL cover I had as a kid! Found in search at Marian's List

NO Way.... go eat a carrot! - It's a series!!!!

OMG! I so did not know before my search that Bunnicula has a series! I thought it was just the stand alone book. I do really want to find the rest of the series, but well let's say I'm a kid stuck in an adult and am quite hesitant on going for it.


Howliday Inn

The Celery Stalks at midnight

Nighty Nightmare

Return to Howliday

Bunnicula meets Edgar Allen Crow

Scared Silly

Bunnicula strikes again

Hit Fudge

The Fright before Christmas

Rabit Cadabra

Creey Crawly Birthday



The House of Bunnicula - Bunnicula spin-off?

There's also a using Bunnicula in the classroom, I don't know what that's all about but I thought there's something interesting and any teacher that may be able to use the series in class I figured to include it for them.

This House of Bunnicula I have no idea what that's about I'm guessing it's some sort of spin-off of the original series.

It Came from Beneath the Bed!

Howie Monroe and the Doghouse of Doom (Tales From the House of Bunnicula

Screaming Mummies of the Pharaoh's Tomb II (Tales from the House of Bunnicula )

The Odorous Adventures of Stinky Dog (Tales From the House of Bunnicula)

Bud Barkin, Private Eye



Bunnicula VHS cover

Bunnicula VHS cover
Bunnicula VHS cover

Nominee for Favorite Children's book lens

Nominee for Favorite Children's book lens
Nominee for Favorite Children's book lens

Bunnicula Movie! + other 'Monster' Pets.

Bunnicula is not the only movie monster animal.

If there's a 'Monster pet' you've heard about, like Bunnicula or Vampire Dog, & FrankenWeenie please let me know. I will include it on here.

Some of these are actually on my 'Queue' to rent.

Vampire Dog * Frankenweenie * Live action Frankenweenie * & My Pet Monster

'Bunnicula' videos - what would come up if I searched Bunnicula

Surisingly there are at least two videos worth a look. I think they are a bit silly but the only worth including

The white tomato - Bunny guest Book

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      PaigSr 4 years ago from State of Confussion

      No I had not heard of the vampire bunny until this site. Not sure its for me but thanks for sharing.

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      Kim 4 years ago from Yonkers, NY

      @PaigSr: Its a children's book. Like a reading level of 3. or can be read to. Its not scary

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      floppypoppygift1 4 years ago

      My son loves Bunnicula & the series books that follow. He doesn't eleven like reading but Bunniculaand passes muster. I could not be happier! Cheers~cb

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      Emmie16 4 years ago

      I love this book/series! My siblings and I read it as kids. When I asked my husband if he ever read it, he looked at me like I had two heads. It is definitely a book I will be investing in when I have children!

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      mamabrat lm 4 years ago

      This is a great series.I loved it as a kid and my two out of my kids also liked it.

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      Tennyhawk 4 years ago

      I loved this as a kid. Great book. Thanks for spotlighting it.

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      Genesis Davies 4 years ago from Guatemala

      I loved this book when I was a kid. I suspect it started my love of vampires, too.

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      Virginia Allain 4 years ago from Central Florida

      They are a fun series of books. There are quite a few other books with a vampire them that are appropriate for young children. I have a lens with a list of those.

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      Kim 4 years ago from Yonkers, NY

      @Virginia Allain: Just in case you have a ton of lenses.. which one is it? Could you please send a link for it so I can add it to the bunnicula & my vivacious vampires page

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