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Rabbit-Cadabra! by James Howe
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In my quick attempt to grab some easy reader books, I didn't realize that this book was part of a series. It would have made a lot more sense to have read the 3 books prior to this one. That being said, this was still a cute book. A green ready-to-read level 3 book, it is classified as "reading proficiency" with rich vocabulary, more challenging story line and longer chapters.

This book is told from the dog's point of view, which I found to be very unique in young children's literature. The pets are trying to stop a magician that is coming to town from not pulling out any more vampire bunnies out of his hat (again, if I would have read the first one, I would understand why there are vampire bunnies in the first place). Also, this book ends with a question, and does not answer all the reader's questions, which encourages the young reader to interpret as they wish. ( )
  claireforhan | Jan 28, 2013 |
This book is cute but nothing amazing. However it seems that in the Harold & Chester series, they mention that their rabbit turns carrots white. For that I would love an explanation. ( )
  michelleraphael | Jul 4, 2011 |
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The Amazing Karlovsky is coming to town, and he'll be performing his famous magic trick--pulling a rabbit out of a hat. All the Monroes are looking forward to his show, except Harold the dog, Chester the cat, and Howie the dachshund puppy. They think the magician's rabbit looks suspiciously like Bunnicula. So it's up to them--the show mustn't go on! Full color.

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When Chester learns that the Amazing Karlovsky will use a rabbit in his school magic show, he comes up with a plan to stop vampire bunnies.

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