Vampire bunny

Are you familiar with the children's book Bunnicula? Here's how Amazon.com reviews it:
It all starts when the Monroes go to see the movie Dracula, and young Toby accidentally sits on a baby rabbit wrapped in a bundle on his seat. How could the family help but take the rabbit home and name it Bunnicula? Chester, the literate, sensitive, and keenly observant family cat, soon decides there is something weird about this rabbit. Pointy fangs, the appearance of a cape, black-and-white coloring, nocturnal habits … it sure seemed like he was a vampire bunny. When the family finds a white tomato in the kitchen, sucked dry and colorless, well … Chester becomes distraught and fears for the safety of the family. "Today, vegetables. Tomorrow … the world!" he warns Harold the dog. But when Chester tries to make his fears known to the Monroes, he is completely misunderstood, and the results are truly hilarious. Is Bunnicula really a vampire bunny? We can't say. But any child who has ever let his or her imagination run a little wild will love Deborah and James Howe's funny, fast-paced "rabbit-tale of mystery."
I know and love Bunnicula! Great capture!
posted June 8th, 2010  
My son loves that story, what a cool photo for it!
posted June 8th, 2010  
I like this picture and the contrast!
posted June 8th, 2010  
very cute story and bunny to go with it. I'm reentering the 365 world and have some catching up to do. Thanks for you nice comments while I was busy :o)
posted June 8th, 2010  
You made this bunny look scary...I don't trust him!
posted June 8th, 2010  
Bunnicula sounds like a must read! I love children's books! :-) Great shot for the theme, Allison! Definitely a Bunnicula image!
posted June 9th, 2010  
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