Bunnicula (series)

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The Bunnicula series is a series of fiction books by James Howe, beginning with Bunnicula: A Rabbit-Tale of Mystery, written with Deborah Howe and first published in 1979. This was followed by sequels, story collections, and other books.


  1. Bunnicula: A Rabbit-Tale of Mystery (1979)
  2. Howliday Inn (1982)
  3. The Celery Stalks at Midnight (1983)
  4. Nighty-Nightmare (1987)
  5. Return to Howliday Inn
  6. Bunnicula Strikes Again! (1999)
  7. Bunnicula Meets Edgar Allan Crow (2006)

Bunnicula's pals in[edit]

Tales from the House of Bunnicula[edit]

  1. It Came From Beneath the Bed! (2002)
  2. Invasion of the Mind Swappers from Asteroid 6! (2002)
  3. Howie Monroe and the Doghouse of Doom
  4. Screaming Mummies of the Pharaoh's Tomb II (2003)
  5. Bud Barkin, Private Eye
  6. The Odorous Adventures of Stinky Dog (2003)

Other Bunnicula books[edit]

  • Bunnicula's Pleasantly Perplexing Puzzlers
  • Bunnicula's Frightfully Fabulous Factoids
  • Bunnicula's Long-lasting Laugh-Alouds
  • Bunnicula's Wickedly Wacky Word Games


A 1982 animated TV special (from Ruby-Spears) by the same name was created based on the first book and aired on the ABC Weekend Special.[1]

An animated series loosely adapted from the book series began airing on Cartoon Network and on Boomerang on February 6, 2016.[2][3]

A stage adaptation based on the books was written by Jon Klein and performed by the B Street Theatre in Sacramento, California.[4] An additional stage adaptation was created for a children's theatre at the DR2 Theatre in New York, adapted by writer Charles Busch.

In 2022, Bunnicula: The Graphic Novel, an adaptation of the first book in the series by Andrew Donkin and art by Stephen Gilpin was released.


  1. 2009. The Encyclopedia of Animated Cartoons (3rd ed.), Checkmark Books. p. 271. ISBN: 978-0-8160-6600-1.
  2. Nicholasi, Paul. "Idle Hands: Boomerang Presents Bunnicula, Be Cool Scooby Doo & Wabbit – A Looney Tunes Production". 29 June 2015.
  3. "Turner inks original WB content deal for Boomerang".
  4. "Stage Reviews - Stage Reviews - Arts&Culture - October 28, 2004". 7 July 2005. Retrieved on April 10, 2016.

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