Bunnicula Meets Edgar Allan Crow

Bunnicula Meets Edgar Allan Crow - Eric Fortune, James Howe

I couldn't reason myself into liking this one. It wasn't a total waste of time, but this seemed like it was as much of a labor for James Howe to write this as it was for me to read it.

The plot is that after one of the boys wins a letter-writing contest a famous children's author of horror stories is coming to stay with the Monroes. Of course, Chester has a problem with this. He seems to have a point though when it becomes clear that in all of M.T. Graves' books, the pets suffer. It doesn't help either when Graves shows up with a pet crow and has an unhealthy interest in Bunnicula. What is the gang gonna do!

There was no joy here, even Howie's puns and confusion failed to get me involved in more than the most basic level of reading. Perhaps a child will feel differently.




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