Thursday, September 1, 2011

Our Weekly Book Review: The Celery Stalks at Midnight

We warned you about veggie gardens and after listening to another of Mom's library audio books The Celery Stalks at Midnight we have even more proof of the danger of veggie gardens. Our friends from Howliday Inn are back and as usual facing danger. A Vampire bunny has been turning the family veggies into zombies and Chester and Harold must attack the veggies with toothpicks to put them to rest. Vampire hunting is not as easy as they make it in the movies. Toothpicks are not as strong or as easy to use for animals as people might think.

Chester and Harold are reassured by the end of the book. We, however still think this book supports our theory that veggie gardens are dangerous to humans and animals.


  1. Im definitely going have to reread those, I loved them so much as kids

  2. Oh no. Vampire Bunnies. Mommy always thinks that Bunnies are so cute -- I must warn Mommy immediately! Thanks for doing the book review! Mommy continues to battle stink bugs in the garden -- thankfully no Vampire Bunnies (well at least not yet.)

  3. Thank you for helping us get the word out. Humans can be skeptical about these issues.


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