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Peanuts Treasury #2020

Peanuts Treasury As the creator of Peanuts the world s most widely read comic strip Charles Schulz touched the hearts and funny bones of millions of people with his work appearing in than two thousand new

  • Title: Peanuts Treasury
  • Author: Charles M. Schulz
  • ISBN: 9781586630683
  • Page: 473
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Peanuts Treasury By Charles M. Schulz, As the creator of Peanuts, the world s most widely read comic strip, Charles Schulz 1922 2000 touched the hearts and funny bones of millions of people, with his work appearing in than two thousand newspapers around the world and translated into twenty one languages Through such lovable characters as Charlie Brown and Snoopy not to mention the rest of the Peanuts gAs the creator of Peanuts, the world s most widely read comic strip, Charles Schulz 1922 2000 touched the hearts and funny bones of millions of people, with his work appearing in than two thousand newspapers around the world and translated into twenty one languages Through such lovable characters as Charlie Brown and Snoopy not to mention the rest of the Peanuts gang , Schulz created, in the words of Doonesbury cartoonist Garry Trudeau, the uncontested gold standard for comics, and paved the road for future cartoonists The Peanuts Treasury is a fitting testimony to Charles Schulz s enduring legacy and will stand for years to come as a loving tribute to one of the most influential cartoonists of all time.

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    1. Charlie Brown and Snoopy, both the existentialists of my childhood and Snoopy my hero tooeteaalittlechat.wordpres

    2. I grew up with this read it a hundred times at least and there are few books that are important than those kind This is Schulz at his brilliant 1960 s best, probably one of the main reasons I ended up being a cartoonist.

    3. It s so great that these classic comic strips have been collected into one book Schulz s Peanuts cartoons are not only timeless and enduring, but incredibly hilarious and imaginative.

    4. This is AWSOME book.It stars the well known Characters Linus,Charlie Brown, Violet,Lucy,Schroder,Franklin,Marcie, Snoopy, and Peppermint patty Like in every book in thids sereis, Charlie Brown is always being harrased and hated He still is in love with the Little Red Haired Girl He attempts to introduce himself to her but always in Vain In the beginning, Charlie Brown gets a little sister who some what is about 6 years old by the time the book ends but the other character s ages have not changed [...]

    5. I love the philosophical and moral debates between the Peanuts gang Schulz was an amazing comic writer Peanuts was the first comic I went to when I looked at the comics section in the newspaper as a kid Linus, Lucy, Charlie, Snoopy, and everyone are still poignant today as they were when they were first created.

    6. Charles M Schulz was a genius who spoke volumes with his pumpkin headed brain children and the little beagle who seemed to be the glue that held it all together I am a huge fan of the Peanuts, a timeless universe of humor and wisdom This large hardcover has some of the best of Schulz earlier work It s a delight.

    7. A really cute collection of old peanuts comics I read some out loud to my kids and they cracked up Classic collection for any Peanuts fan.

    8. The Peanuts are a timeless classic created by comic great, Charles Sparky Schulz This book is a collaboration of his greatest Peanuts strips I love his work and style so much and I recommend this book highly on my list and I think it will and shall be enjoyed by all.

    9. If it were a complete Peanuts rather than a Peanuts treasury, it would have five stars from me I love Peanuts However, this compendium of apparently randomly selected strips, while a good introduction for someone who may casually enjoy Schulz s characters, is unsatisfying for someone like me looking for early strips and or the beginning and development of some of the long running gags excerpted here Snoopy as the WWI flying ace, e.g Still, I enjoyed reading through it and being reminded, and it [...]

    10. I just re read this the other day word, I do love the Peanuts I can t name what it is, but as I get older, these little children just seem so much funnier and smarter than I ever gave them credit for as a child.Oh, and Snoopy pretending to be any animal other than a dog always gets a chuckle in my book.

    11. I read this while reading David Michaelis s biography of Charles Schulz, which gave me a greater appreciation for these classic comic scrips Including an appreciation for how much Schulz hated the title Peanuts

    12. Peanuts Treasury by Charles Shultz Holt, Rinehart and Winston 1968 741.5 The biggest best collection of everyone s favorite favorite comic strip has stood the test of time My rating 7.5 10, finished 1971.

    13. Me and my sibs spent many a breakfast and maybe even a lunch or two reading the Peanuts Treasury over a bowl of cereal o I confess, I still do.

    14. These collections and Calvin Hobbes collections were the only comics that my parents both approved and allowed us to have growing up, so I have fond memories of these books.

    15. ah i used to sit in my bedroom when i was little and read this for hours and hours and i never got sick of it i wish i still had a copy

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