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Howliday Inn

by James Howe Lynn Munsinger

Harold and Chester could hardly believe it. The Monroe family was going on vacation without them. Bunnicula, the family rabbit, would be boarded with a neighbor. But they, the family's loyal dog and cat, were to be sent away with strangers; they were to spend a week at Chateau Bow-Wow. Chateau Bow-Wow, observed Chester, soon after they arrived, could more properly be called Howliday Inn. Though what was howling, neither of them knew. Chester had his suspicions however; only a werewolf could make that chilling sound.

Howliday Inn (Bunnicula #2)

by James Howe

Harold and Chester, a dog and a cat, are boarded at Chateau Bow-Wow where Chester becomes increasingly alarmed by the strange behavior of his fellow guests.

Invasion of the Mind Swappers from Asteroid 6! (Tales from the House of Bunnicula #2)

by James Howe

In his new book, Howie the wirehaired dachshund writes all about how the Mind Swappers from Asteroid 6 invade Earth and how he and his friend Delilah save the day.

Invasion of the Mind Swappers from Asteroid 6! (Tales from the House of Bunnicula #2)

by James Howe Brett Helquist

Dear possible reader of this book, After I wrote my first book, It Came from Beneath the Bed!, my editor asked me to write another one. (Another one! This is hard work! I'd like to see him write another one!) So anyway...in this book the lovable and smart (not to mention talented) wirehaired dachshund puppy named Howie and his friend, the beautiful and brilliant Delilah, face their biggest challenge yet: the Mind Swappers from Asteroid 6!TM Along the way Delilah gets turned into a squirrel and has to beg for acorns. (Hey, don't ask me! Read the book!) Your friend, Howie

It Came from Beneath the Bed! (Tales from the House of Bunnicula #1)

by James Howe Brett Helquist

Dear possible reader of this book, I want to be a writer, just like my uncle Harold, who wrote a bunch of books about our friend Bunnicula. So I wrote this story. And boy! Did I ever get into trouble! My friend Delilah stopped speaking to me because I put her in my book. Uncle Harold stopped speaking to me because I didn't put him in my book. A writer's life isn't easy! But back to my story: It's about how a talented and lovable (not to mention smart) wirehaired dachshund puppy named Howie saves the world from a disgusting, evil menace named...oops, that would give away the story. But trust me, this menace is disgusting and evil, all right!!! Your friend, Howie

It Came from Beneath the Bed! (Tales from the House of Bunnicula #3)

by James Howe

With help from his uncle Harold, who wrote books about Bunnicula, Howie the wirehaired dachshund writes a story in which he saves the world from a science experiment gone awry.

The Misfits

by James Howe

Kids who get called the worst names oftentimes find each other. That's how it was with us. Skeezie Tookis and Addie Carle and Joe Bunch and me. We call ourselves the Gang of Five, but there are only four of us. We do it to keep people on their toes. Make 'em wonder. Or maybe we do it because we figure that there's one more kid out there who's going to need a gang to be a part of. A misfit, like us. Skeezie, Addie, Joe, and Bobby -- they've been friends forever. They laugh together, have lunch together, and get together once a week at the Candy Kitchen to eat ice cream and talk about important issues. Life isn't always fair, but at least they have each other -- and all they really want to do is survive the seventh grade. That turns out to be more of a challenge than any of them had anticipated. Starting with Addie's refusal to say the Pledge of Allegiance and her insistence on creating a new political party to run for student council, the Gang of Five is in for the ride of their lives. Along the way they will learn about politics and popularity, love and loss, and what it means to be a misfit. After years of getting by, they are given the chance to stand up and be seen -- not as the one-word jokes their classmates have tried to reduce them to, but as the full, complicated human beings they are just beginning to discover they truly are.

The Misfits

by James Howe Gerald Slota

Kids who get called the worst names oftentimes find each other. That's how it was with us. Skeezie Tookis and Addie Carle and Joe Bunch and me. We call ourselves the Gang of Five, but there are only four of us. We do it to keep people on their toes. Make 'em wonder. Or maybe we do it because we figure that there's one more kid out there who's going to need a gang to be a part of. A misfit, like us. Skeezie, Addie, Joe, and Bobby -- they've been friends forever. They laugh together, have lunch together, and get together once a week at the Candy Kitchen to eat ice cream and talk about important issues. Life isn't always fair, but at least they have each other -- and all they really want to do is survive the seventh grade. That turns out to be more of a challenge than any of them had anticipated. Starting with Addie's refusal to say the Pledge of Allegiance and her insistence on creating a new political party to run for student council, the Gang of Five is in for the ride of their lives. Along the way they will learn about politics and popularity, love and loss, and what it means to be a misfit. After years of getting by, they are given the chance to stand up and be seen -- not as the one-word jokes their classmates have tried to reduce them to, but as the full, complicated human beings they are just beginning to discover they truly are.

Mister Tinker in Oz

by James Howe

Join Dorothy and all her favorite friends from the wonderful world of Oz - the Tin Woodman, the Scarecrow, the Cowardly Lion, Ozma, Tik-Tok, and many more - in the series of magical new adventures.

Morgan's Zoo

by James Howe

When the Chelsea Park Zoo is about to close, Morgan, the animal keeper, receives help from the animals themselves.

The New Nick Kramer, or My Life as a Babysitter

by James Howe

Fourteen-year-old Nick signs up for a baby-sitting and child-care class to be near a beautiful new girl at school, but at first his attempts at real baby-sitting prove to be less than successful.

Nighty-Nightmare

by James Howe Leslie Morrill

An overnight camping trip! Not Harold's idea of fun. Too many mosquitoes, ticks and cockleburs. But when the Monroe family set out, their faithful dog Harold was with them, mostly because he remembered that camping could also bring s'mores and toasted marshmallows. Howie, the other family dog, and Chester the cat were also included in the trip. Only Chester thought the idea was completely insane. The woods, he informed Harold, were not only full of cockleburs and ticks, but of spirits, evil spirits who prey on the innocent. And on this, the worst night of the year -- St. George's Eve, when all spirits are set loose -- who knew what could happen. What Harold knew was that Chester was a well read, over-stimulated cat, full of weird ideas. He did not take Chester's worries too seriously. He had s'more to think about. But then, the Monroes set up camp near two strange men and their even stranger dog, and things began to happen that made even Harold wonder. Could Chester be right? This begins a long night, full of terrors and alarms, full of Chester's horrifying tale of how Bunnicula, the vampire bunny, was born and came to America, full of storms and a total sense of danger; and at the end came surprises that even Chester could not have predicted. Once again, the Monroe family may be the victims of evil forces or only of Chester's strange imagination. But whichever, the result is suspenseful and very, very funny.

Nighty-Nightmare (Bunnicula #4)

by James Howe

When scary strangers appear at the Monroes' overnight campsite, Chester the cat tries to convince the family's two dogs that foul play is intended.

The Odorous Adventures of Stinky Dog (Tales from the House of Bunnicula #6)

by James Howe Brett Helquist

Dear possible reader of this book, What's faster than a speeding bullet and more powerful than a pound of Gorgonzola cheese? It's Stinky Dog, the hero of my new book. By a stroke of fate (or is it destiny?) the lovable (not to mention cute) Howie Monroe is transformed into Stinky Dog, protector of the innocent. (Don't worry, he's still lovable.) (Not to mention cute.) The secret of Stinky Dog's power is Super Stench--an odor so strong it can bend steel! (Am I good or what?) Joined by a smart-mouthed sidekick, a sparrow named Little D, Stinky Dog tries to save Center City from villainous, low-life, miserable, rotten, wicked, kindergarten-scissors-stealing gangs who roam the streets, knocking down little old ladies and running off with their handbags! Your friend, Howie e

Pinky and Rex

by James Howe Melissa Sweet

Pinky and Rex are the best of friends, but a trip to the museum with Pinky's dad and his sister, Amanda, puts their friendship to the test. When Pinky, whose favorite color is pink, and Rex, who loves anything to do with dinosaurs, set their sights on the very same stuffed animal at the museum gift shop, it takes a little wisdom and some help from an unexpected source before the matter is neatly sorted out. "Pinky and Rex" is the first in a series of short chapter books about this inseparable pair by acclaimed author James Howe. Accompanied by Melissa Sweet's exuberant illustrations, "Pinky and Rex" captures perfectly the challenges -- and the rewards -- that true friendship brings.

Pinky and Rex and the Bully

by James Howe Melissa Sweet

New from the author of Bunnicula and There's a Monster Under My Bed. A bully calls Pinky a sissy because he likes the color pink, but a wise neighbor helps him deal with the situation and stay calm.

Pinky and Rex and the Double-Dad Weekend

by James Howe Melissa Sweet

Pinky and Rex are looking forward to a camping adventure with their dads. They'll hike in the woods and roast marshmallows over a campfire. But a thunderstorm has come along to ruin all their plans. How can the best friends save their double-dad weekend?

Pinky and Rex and the Just-Right Pet

by James Howe Melissa Sweet

When Pinky's family decides it's time for a pet, Pinky decides he wants a dog, but his bratty sister Amanda wants a cat. The family votes for a cat, but when they get, it seems over time the cat takes more of a liking to Pinky than to his sister.

Pinky and Rex and the Mean Old Witch

by James Howe Melissa Sweet

Pinky, Rex, and Amanda plot revenge on the bad-tempered old woman who lives across the street, until Pinky realizes that she is lonely and needs new friends.

Pinky and Rex and the New Baby

by James Howe Melissa Sweet

When Rex's parents adopt a baby, she tries to be the perfect big sister. The trouble is, it's a lot of work and it doesn't leave time for much else--like her best friend, Pinky.

Pinky and Rex and the New Neighbors

by James Howe Melissa Sweet

Pinky's neighbor, Mrs. Morgan, is going to move. Sure, she used to be a mean old witch, but now she's a special friend to Pinky and Rex. They know they'll visit Mrs. Morgan often at her new apartment, but who will be Rex's new neighbors? And what will they be like?

Pinky and Rex and the Perfect Pumpkin

by James Howe Melissa Sweet

Rex can hardly wait to go on the pumpkin-picking trip with Pinky's grandparents. But she feels that Pinky's cousin, Abby, doesn't want her in on the fun. Will this ruin the pumpkin-picking plans?

Pinky and Rex and the School Play

by James Howe Melissa Sweet

It's time for the school play, and Pinky has his heart set on getting the lead role in Davi, Boy of the Rain Forest. Rex, on the other hand, does not want to try out for a part. She's afraid of forgetting her lines -- or worse. But when Pinky asks her to go along with him to the tryouts for support, Rex can't say no to her best friend. Pinky and Rex are both in for a surprise when the cast list is posted. Will they still be best friends after the show is over?

Pinky and Rex and the Spelling Bee

by James Howe Melissa Sweet

Excited about holding onto his position as the best speller in the second grade, Pinky has an embarrassing accident but is cheered up by his best friend Rex.

Pinky and Rex Go to Camp

by James Howe Melissa Sweet

Pinky and Rex are planning to go off to sleep away camp--but both of them have the jitters.

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