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  • Title: Return to Howliday Inn
  • Author: James Howe Alan Daniel
  • ISBN: 9780689866180
  • Page: 130
  • Format: Paperback

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  1. James Howe Alan Daniel says:
    Librarian Note There is than one author in the database with this name See this thread for information.James Howe has written than eighty books in the thirty plus years he s been writing for young readers It sometimes confuses people that the author of the humorous Bunnicula series also wrote the dark young adult novel, The Watcher, or such beginning reader series as Pinky and Rex and the E.B White Read Aloud Award winning Houndsley and Catina and its sequels But from the beginning of his career which came about somewhat by accident after asking himself what kind of vampire a rabbit might make , he has been most interested in letting his imagination take him in whatever direction it cared to So far, his imagination has led him to picture books, such as I Wish I Were a Butterfly and Brontorina about a dinosaur who dreams of being a ballerina , mysteries, poetry in the upcoming Addie on the Inside , and fiction that deals with issues that matter deeply to him He is especially proud of The Misfits, which inspired national No Name Calling Week nonamecallingweek and its sequel Totally Joe He does not know where his imagination will take him in the next thirty plus years, but he is looking forward to finding out.Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information.

Comment 304 on “Return to Howliday Inn

  1. Pickle Farmer says:
    What a cute book I loved this series as a kid Anything with talking animals, amirite So much wordplay that went over my head as a child Is the cat Chester a reference to Chesterton I loved how his fatal flaw, an over active imagination, is basically the same as Quixote s I loved the two cats Felony and Miss Demeanor Yuck yuck yuck And how the Great Dane is called Hamlet.Chuckle chuckle chuckle This book wasn t as scary as perhaps the others in the series were I was impressed at my ability to sti [...]

  2. Myles says:
    Revisiting the scene of their greatest success, Return to Howliday Inn does a fair job of invoking that faux fearful atmosphere, but, again, it s all too rushed.This is the last of the five Bunnicula books I wanted to reread, and having them all in paperback and next to each other it s obvious that the first Howliday Inn is twice as long as the other books Bunnicula can be excused as a first attempt, but it was clear to me as a kid and even so now, that Howliday Inn as the most developed was th [...]

  3. Lynn DiFerdinando says:
    Ok I know it s silly that I gave this 5 stars It s not an award winning peace of writing And yet I ve loved it since I was a kid and I love it still Why I don t know This book is wonderful Whenever I feel down, I go and read this book and I feel better That is MY definition of a five star worthy book, and this book certainly deserves it.

  4. Skylar Burris says:
    I guess my daughter liked this quite a bit it s the first chapter book she s persuaded me to read her in one sitting It has suspense for the kids, and a lot of amusing literary jokes for the adults.

  5. Jillian says:
    Humorous animals Hamlet jokes How can you go wrong

  6. Tracy Hall says:
    I first read this book in third grade and could not get enough of it I read it so much that I actually could no longer keep the book held together and have been on the hunt for all the books in the series ever since I finally found them today all in one volume

  7. Hilary says:
    Harold, Chester, and Howie are at it again and once Bunnicula is just in the wings The Monroe s are away on a vacation, and somehow seem perfectly comfortable leaving their pets at the very boarding location that before nearly resulted in dognapping and police intervention It s safe now, you say Not so fast Terror always awaits in the Bunnicula books, as well as delicious mysteries and very heartwarming twists and turns.Once in Chataeu Bow Wow, the gang encounters a new cast of fascinating cha [...]

  8. Jennifer Wardrip says:
    Reviewed by Allison Fraclose for TeensReadTooOnce again, the Monroes are going on vacation, and Harold and Chester find themselves back at Chateau Bow wow Of the three pets not including Bunnicula, who again gets to stay with friends rather than at the creepy Howliday Inn , only Howie the dachshund puppy is excited to be there, since it is, after all, where he was born Harold and Chester, however, are understandably wary of the place, given that, the last time they were there, they had a kidnapp [...]

  9. LobsterQuadrille says:
    Return to Howliday Inn is really very similar to its predecessor, Howliday Inn Our protagonists stay at a boarding kennel and meet with some unusual characters and strange mysteries But even with the similarities, it is not unoriginal It does tell its own story and is cute and creative The characters are very likable and the ending is satisfying For me, this is still one of the better Bunnicula sequels.

  10. Simon says:
    This is the third book in the Bunnicula series that does not focus on and only barely mentions the titicular character and star, Bunnicula This book was actually far entertaining than I had expected It s made for the child audience yet I could see teens and young adults who enjoy animals to be swept up into the world of Bunnicula and the wild adventures of Chester and Harold and their friends I ve been aware of the animated TV show and thought it was a unique kids show design, I haven t watched [...]

  11. Georgene says:
    I enjoyed this sequel to Howliday Inn than the original Harold, Chester and Howie one of the Dachshund puppies born in the original book return to stay at Howliday Inn because their family is again on vacation All are unhappy with the pet boarding place The food is gruel and unusual punishment as one of the animals notes Again swept into a mystery, the animals overcome obstacles to help other pets at the boarding place The story is told with humor and affection.

  12. Flossmoor Public Library (IL) says:
    This is a very creative Juvenile level series which holds a place in my heart It centers around a vampire bunny named Bunnicula, who sucks the juice out of vegetables The main characters are the Monroe family and their pets, and the series is told from the perspective of Harold, the family dog The premise of the first book is Chester, the family cat, trying to convince Harold that Bunnicula is a vampire and that they must save their humans from him Miss Emily

  13. Natelle says:
    When Harold, Chester, and Howie return to the kennel of Howie s birth, they find themselves haunted by mystery once The other guests of the animal boarding facility prove as unique and amusing as always, and they come together to understand supernatural warnings before it becomes too late for one of their own.

  14. Abby says:
    I have been enjoying reading these books to my children This is one I never read as a youth so it was fun to see the mystery continue at Chateau BowWow There was an old friend and a cast of eccentric new ones This book was tender too, brought a little tear to my eye.

  15. Jesse says:
    Read these on a day trip to Cape Cod So much fun, and made a very enjoyable day even enjoyable

  16. Ms. Finley says:
    I think this was my least favorite of the series so far It was so sad in parts.

  17. Belinda_G__ says:
    I love how there is new characters such as Helen,Archie,Hamlet,Rosebud, and Willie It was such a great book I love it

  18. Angela says:
    Not as good as Howliday Inn, but still good fun with our favorite characters Harold the Dog and Chester the Cat.

  19. Leslie says:
    I don t remember reading this book as a child, so it doesn t have that nostalgic overlay to help me understand where it fits from a child development standpoint.It is, like many children s books, anthropomorphic the main characters are pets This is a light mystery thriller cum sob story It is set at a kennel, while the main pets family is on vacation They meet a collection of other pets, among them an arthritic Great Dane who has been abandoned by his family.Then, mysterious things start to happ [...]

  20. Xyra says:
    This is the third Bunnicula book I have read and loved This one you really shouldn t read without reading Howliday Inn first There are many references back to the first without a lot of explanation even I had to search my memory a little to have everything make sense.Part of me was disappointed by the book description by the book description Jill and Dr Greenbriar were supposed to make things better, a lot better, and the description made it sound as if they failed Things were not worse in regar [...]

  21. Kathy Davie says:
    Fifth in the Bunnicula children s series, Return to Howliday Inn sees Chester, Howard, and Howie back to Chateau Bow wow when the Monroes take a vacation It s a paranormal experience for the three pets when bones talk, disembodied voices speak, and mysteries require solving What is the dread secret that threatens them all Why hasn t Hamlet s Archie returned for him yet What happened to Rosebud And what is this breakfast of paste and kitty litter pudding It s gruel and unusual punishment is what [...]

  22. Dolly says:
    We ve been working our way slowly through the Bunnicula series by James Howe and our girls just love them The stories are just scary enough, with endings that show that nothing was what it seemed and there was nothing to be frightened of after all This story takes us back to Chateau Bow Wow for fun and scares at the kennel This is another story without Bunnicula, and it makes me wonder just a little bit why the series is called Bunnicula when most of the tales don t feature him at all or in thi [...]

  23. Sammy Holthaus says:
    It wasn t the best book I ve read, but it s not half bad and surprisingly a little creepy It s an easy, quick, read If you need to get a book done and such little time to, this is the book for you The Monroe s are a family of 4 They also haves many pets, including 2 dogs, Howie, and Harold, a bunny, Bunnicula, and a cat named Chester But this story is only based on 3 of the pets, and the narration of Harold The family has decided they would like to go on a vacation somewhere, but can t bring the [...]

  24. Individualfrog says:
    Unlike the other Bunnicula books I ve read to my niece, I didn t have this one as a kid and had never read it Maybe for that reason, I found it much the scariest of the lot, and also the most poignant My niece, on the other hand, didn t seem the slightest bit bothered by the grisly image of disinterred bones, and didn t seem particuarly touched by the ending, though she loved it as she always loves Chester books I wish there had been for Howie to do he was entertaining in The Celery Stalks at [...]

  25. hpboy13 says:
    This book is somewhat different from the other Bunnicula books while the humor and creepiness are there as usual, there is also a lot of heart in this book The latter third of the book was surprisingly touching, cementing this books place as one of the best Bunnicula books.It also breaks the formula in other ways For starters, Chester is no longer the crazy one coming up with outlandish theories all of the animals wholeheartedly believe in the paranormal around them The animals also behave with [...]

  26. Courtney Umlauf says:
    Another fun addition to the Bunnicula series, with the pets heading back to the dreaded Chateau Bow Wow, also known as Howliday Inn, where there s sure to be a dangerous mystery afoot Will Harold and Chester make it until the Monroes return Or will they succumb to the dreaded Secret of Chateau Bow Wow Series Review TpT Store Pinterest

  27. Jessica says:
    snif I finally moved this to the read list, because I did read it 30 years ago Doubtful I will be finishing it again now, because even though we started it back on December 13 apparently, L hasn t had me crack it open since approximately December 17, and I guess her days of bedtime stories from mom are over snif K is still going strong with stories from Falk, though Those 6 8 daytime read alouds will have to console me D

  28. Nidah (SleepDreamWrite) says:
    One of many series I been wanting to catch up on As kids book series go, this has been pretty good so far I remember reading Bunnicula but not the other books Though the covers for these, especially Howliday Inn I remember being a little creepy Now having finally getting around to finishing this series, I kind of like it The illustrations in some of the chapters are drawn really well.Another good sequel in this series.

  29. Anne Holly says:
    This installment is a bit longer and less funny than the others, but it was very touching I think I enjoyed this one than my 7yo did, though, as he seemed to prefer The Celery Stalks at Midnight, which was of a crazed romp than this In this one, the mystery never really gelled for me, but it has a lot of heart and even a few tears, maybe.Note Dates read are approximate, as I am updating after the fact.

  30. Greta says:
    Normally I wouldn t include books like this, however it met the criterion of being over 100 pages soIt was a gift to the kids which we read so we could pass it on The story was lame I m not really into talking animals, I guess There were some smart assed bits for example, two mischievious cats named Felony and Miss Demeanor which were cheesy but added some punches into a very dull story I won t even bother going into it Beckett liked it, though.

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