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Salad from Bunnicula by Deborah and James Howe (Fiction, grade 2-5)

A meal from Bunnicula by Deborah and James Howe (Fiction, grade 2-5)

“I got a good look at the tomato. There were suspicious marks on the skin. […] I believe they’re teeth marks. […] “The Mark of the Vampire!” / “There must be something wrong with our refrigerator. That’s it. It’s turning all the vegetables white.” / “It was a big bowl of salad! […] With that funny white dressing on it, they would never notice if a few vegetables were white.” / “Bunnicula, not sure what to do, jumped high in the air and landed, with a great scattering of greens, smack in the center of the salad bowl. Lettuce and tomatoes and carrots and cucumbers went flying all over the table and onto the floor. BUNNICULA - A Rabbit-Tale of Mystery by Deborah and James Howe (Scholastic, Paperback - October 2007 p. 36, 54, 84, 87)

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