re awake. Pretty soon Mr. and Mrs. Brown slipped quietly down the stairs and out of the house--out into the moonlit night. The church bell was still ringing loudly, and Bunny and Sue could hear the neighbors, in the houses on either side of them, talking about it. Everyone wondered if there was a fire.
"Oh, Bunny!" called Sue in a whisper to her brother, when daddy and Mother Brown had gone out. "Is you awake, Bunny?"
"Yep, course I am! Are you?"
"Yep. Say, Bunny, let's go to the fire; will you?"
"Yep. I'll just put on my bath robe and slippers."
"An' I will too. We'll go and see what it is. Daddy and mother won't care, and we can come home with them."
Now while Bunny Brown and his sister Sue are getting ready to go out to see what that midnight alarm means, I'll tell you a little bit about the children, and the other books, of Which this is one in a series.
The first book was called "Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue." In that I told you that Bunny and Sue lived