Peanuts Books for Kids


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A Boy Named Charlie Brown
When Charlie Brown wins a spelling bee, he travels to New York City for the national finals. But will his Manhattan visit spell "D-I-S-A-S-T-E-R"? The answer is revealed in A Boy Named Charlie Brown, a reissue of the classic 1969 book based on the first full-length Peanuts motion picture. Since its first appearance in 1950, Charles Schulz's Peanuts comic strip has been enjoyed by generations of readers and become a celebrated part of American culture. Join the funny pages' most lovable loser- along with Snoopy, Lucy, Linus, Schroeder, and the rest of the Peanuts gang- on his ambitious quest for the sweet but all-too elusive rewards of success.

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Here's to You, America
Based on the Home Video and Television Miniseries!

Travel back in time with Peanuts! It's 1787, and Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and friends are in colonial Pennsylvania for the founding of the United States. Along with George Washington and John Hancock, they witness the birth of the Constitution and the creation of the government that makes our country unique. As they see history in the making, the Peanuts gang discovers lots of reasons why they're proud to be Americans.

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Why, Charlie Brown, Why: A Story About What Happens When a Friend Is Very Ill
In this timeless classic, the Peanuts gang faces the serious sickness of a good friend with all the sensitivity, caring, and warmth that is the trademark of Charles Schulz’s work. Why, Charlie Brown, Why? is a heartwarming story of a child dealing with great challenges and profound questions.

When young Janice is diagnosed with leukemia, Charlie Brown looks for answers, Linus becomes her protector, Lucy doesn’t understand, Snoopy dons his '”World’s Greatest Surgeon” togs, and the whole gang does some soul searching. In his own inimitable style, Charles Schulz brings this touching tale to life. With charm and compassion, he tells of the effect of Janice’s illness on her family, her classmates, and, of course, her friends.

For more than a decade, Why, Charlie Brown, Why? has helped children to understand what happens when someone they love is sick. Now this wonderful book is available once again to serve as a guide for future generations.

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Puppy Days

(Ready-To-Read. Level 1)
Baby Snoopy has one sister.

Baby Snoopy has four brothers.

Meet them all!

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It's Time for School, Charlie Brown

(Ready-To-Read. Level 2)
School is about to start. Charlie Brown is worried. Can he stop worrying by entering a spelling bee? Can you spell G-O-O-D G-R-I-E-F? Join the whole Peanuts gang as they face this newest challenge -- with typical Charlie Brown results!

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It's a Home Run, Charlie Brown!

(Ready-To-Read. Level 2)
Batter up! This season Charlie Brown hopes his team will finally win a game. But it's not easy being the manager! Can Charlie Brown score the winning home run and save his team?

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Kick the Football, Charlie Brown

(Ready-To-Read. Level 2)
Poor Charlie Brown. He just wants to kick the football. But Lucy has plans of her own! Will Charlie Brown ever learn?

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Lose the Blanket, Linus!

(Ready-To-Read. Level 2)
Linus loves his blanket. In fact, Lucy thinks he's too attached. But can Linus do without his trusty blanket? Lucy wants to make him!

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Take a Hike, Snoopy!

(Ready-To-Read. Level 2)
Follow Snoopy, the world-famous Beagle Scout! He leads Woodstock and friends into the wilderness. together they hike through thunderstorms, cross tall bridges, and have other adventures in the great outdoors!

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Friends Forever, Snoopy

(Ready-To-Read. Level 2)
Friends stick together. Friends are there when you need them. Join Snoopy and the Peanuts gang for some laughs and lessons about friendship.

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Snoopy: Flying Ace to the Rescue

(Ready-To-Read. Level 2)
Snoopy is the World War I Flying Ace who protects the world from the evil Red Baron.

Go, Snoopy, go!


Instead of doing what other dogs do, Charlie Brown's dog imagines himself chasing the German World War I pilot, the Red Baron.

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Hello, World!

(Board Book)
Wake up, Baby Woodstock!

It's morning.

Time to start a brand new day!

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Sleepy Time

(Board Book)
It's time for bed.

Say good night to Baby Snoopy.

Sweet dreams!

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Charlie Brown & Snoopy

(Board Book)
Charlie Brown and Snoopy are friends. They do everything together. This sturdy, oversized board book celebrates the special bond between a boy and his dog.

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Snoopy's Feelings

(Board Book)
Snoopy is happy, Snoopy is sleepy, Snoopy is cool! Read all about Snoopy's many moods.

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Woodstock in Action

(Board Book)
He leaps.
He dives.
He flaps his wings.
Read about Woodstock in action!

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Baby Snoopy's Valentine

(Board Book)
Let Baby Snoopy be your valentine!

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Baby Woodstock's Easter Eggs

(Board Book)
Decorate eggs with Baby Woodstock!


Calling All Cookies!
Snoopy has the special ability to hear chocolate chip cookies calling him at all hours of the day and night. With ears like that, how can Charlie Brown ever keep the cookie jar full?

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I'll Be Home Soon, Snoopy
Snoopy is miserable because Charlie Brown and the family have gone away and, although a guest of Lucy and Linus, he wants desperately for them to come back so that he can go back home and be with his own family, especially Charlie Brown.

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Aaugh! A Dog Ate My Book Report
Snoopy, the daring World War I Flying Ace, follows a dangerous mission in which he is to steal a collection of secret papers--a book report--from the Red Baron's secretary, who is really Sally.

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You're Our New Mascot, Chuck!
When Peppermint Patty recruits him for her baseball team, Charlie Brown thinks he has been selected to be their new star pitcher, until he is handed a pelican costume and told to prepare for mascot duty.

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My Best Friend, My Blanket
Linus van Pelt has finally managed to give up his security blanket. So he decides to help other little kids give up their blankets--but a surprising encounter with a kid named Randolph soon drives him back to the safety of his beloved blanket. After all, a blanket is a boy's best friend!

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Your Dog Plays Hockey?
During an ice hockey game, Snoopy hurts his knee and has to be taken to the hospital for surgery, but while sitting in the waiting room, Charlie Brown and Marcie discover something very interesting.

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Beware of the Snoring Ghost
There's a mysterious snoring sound coming from Peppermint Patty's old desk ... the kids call it the "Snoring Ghost." Could the desk really be haunted?

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Everyone Gets Gold Stars but Me!
The teacher's gold stars are missing, and Peppermint Patty is the prime suspect. With the help of her trusty attorney, Snoopy, Peppermint Patty solves the mystery of the missing gold stars.

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A Flying Ace Needs a Lot of Root Beer
When he's not chasing the Red Baron, Snoopy, the famous Flying Ace, needs somewhere to go where he can relax, put up his feet, and have a few root beers. Everyone knows that a flying ace needs lots of root beer!

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This book is about Snoopy as the World War I Flying Ace. He uses his favorite little French cafe (Marcie's house) as his hideout from the red baron. Marcie plays along, but then Snoopy has one too many root beers. You'll have fun finding out how Marcie tries to get rid of him and send him back to Charlie Brown!

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Lucy Must Be Traded
To Be Published March 2004


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I've Been Traded for a Pizza?
What do team managers Charlie Brown, and Peppermint Patty have in common? They both have terrible right fielders. So they decide on a trade: Peppermint Patty gets Lucy, and Charlie Brown gets Marcie...and a pizza.

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Good Grief! Gardening Is Hard Work!
Lucy puts Linus and Snoopy to work in her garden, and all day long, the hired hands dig, spade, and plant until they are so tired they can't move. Won't Lucy be surprised to see what grows instead of the potatoes, radishes, and peas she expected!

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You Have a Brother Named Spike?
When Snoopy's brother Spike comes for a visit, the whole gang is amazed ... they've never seen such a skinny dog before. Life in the desert with the coyotes sure must be tough!

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In You Have A Brother Named Spike?, Snoopy gets a visit from his brother, Spike, who lives with coyotes. The Peanuts gang is surprised that Snoopy even has an older brother. They take the news in their usual humorous stride.

Snoopy shines especially with his imagined conversation to Lucy and Charlie Brown about Spike. When Spike arrives, everyone welcomes him. Charlie Brown bought him a special bowl. but Lucy, after seeing Spike, feels that she needs to nurse him back to health.

This book is just plain fun. Lucy is a riot as she tries to help fatten Spike up in Linus' bedroom. I think the Peanuts have a great way of making anyone laugh and this book definitely proves that point. I'm glad that my nephew picked this book out at the library, while he was here on a visit. Brother Named Spike is another good way to introduce humor to kids.

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A Charlie Brown Valentine
Charlie Brown is in love!

It's Valentine's Day, and Charlie Brown has a crush on the Little Red-Haired Girl -- but she doesn't know he exists! As the Valentine's Dance gets closer, Charlie Brown has admirers of his own, but he's only got eyes for the Little Red-Haired Girl. With his luck, he'll probably end up dancing with Snoopy! Celebrate Valentine's Day as only the Peanuts gang can, complete with love notes, chocolates, and lots of laughs!

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It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown
The snow has melted, flowers are blooming, and the Easter Beagle is on his way! At least, according to the ever-trusting Linus Van Pelt. Charlie Brown, Lucy, Peppermint Patty, and the rest of the Peanuts gang are a little skeptical. "Good grief!" crabby Lucy says. "There's no Easter Beagle!" In the vein of It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, this Easter classic, based on the television special, features the beloved characters created more than 50 years ago by cartoonist Charles M. Schulz. Peppermint Patty is perennially aggravated with Marcie, Sally is still lovelorn yet litigious ("Never trust a man with a blanket," she fumes. "Get me my lawyer!"), and Charlie Brown is disappointed once again in his holiday hopes. The story may be better suited to television, but the adaptation will please fans who long for a taste of the bittersweet comic strip about miniature philosophers, idealists, cynics, and a canine dreamer.

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The Easter Beagle Returns!


Good Grief, It's Mother's Day!


Good Grief, It's Mother's Day!


It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown
Every year, as the leaves start turning gold and the night air gets chilly, children all over the world begin dreaming of the Great Pumpkin... Well, at least one faithful child does. Poor Linus. While Charlie Brown, Lucy, Snoopy, and the gang make preparations for trick-or-treating and Halloween parties, this stalwart believer risks their ridicule to write his annual letter to the mystical orange orb, in hopes that this year he'll be able to catch sight of his hero as he rises from the most sincere pumpkin patch around to fly through the air with his bag of toys for all the children.

For over 35 years, children have eagerly anticipated Halloween, not just for the tricks and treats, but because they know their favorite television special will be aired. It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown is based on this TV program, so now fans can enjoy the Halloween antics of the Peanuts gang any time.

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A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving
It's Thanksgiving time! Peppermint Patty invites the gang over for dinner at Charlie Brown's, even though all he can make is cold cereal and toast! With the help of Snoopy and Woodstock, Charlie Brown braves the kitchen -- but can he make a meal everyone will be grateful for? Celebrate with the Peanuts gang as they give thanks in this adaptation of the classic television special.

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A Charlie Brown Christmas
Just like It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown and A Charlie Brown Valentine, this illustrated read-along seeks to re-create the popular Peanuts TV show of the same name. This edition also includes a four-song sampler CD from jazz-great Vince Guaraldi's brilliant soundtrack. With illustrator Paige Braddock aping Charles Schulz's style, A Charlie Brown Christmas retells the Emmy Award-winning program blow-by-blow (with a few omissions), from the ice-skating opening scene to preparations for the school pageant to Charlie Brown's ill-fated Christmas tree rescue. Braddock almost perfectly mimics the show's cast and backdrops, but just as no one could be fooled by even expert impersonation of a loved one, Peanuts fans might find the niggling differences distracting (whether it's Schroeder's too-wavy hair or Pig Pen's just-too-small head).

A "novelization" like this probably can't ever hope to completely recapture the charm of the original, even if it had used Schulz's original art. Although the dialogue has been faithfully reproduced, much of the story's subtle appeal and cultural subtext gets lost in the book's simplified exposition--which is too bad, given that these are precisely the qualities which have made the show (and Schulz's timeless strip) so durable and well-loved in the first place.

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Peanuts Valentine Craft Kit
Make your own Peanuts valentines!

This craft kit includes everything you need to make your own valentines:
  • 24 Peanuts postcrds to fill out and decorate
  • 2 full-color sheets of valentine stickers
  • Plus a 32-page storybook adaptation of the classic television special and home video Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown


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Happy Valentine's Day, Sweet Babboo
Certain of Linus's mutual love for her, Sally looks forward to receiving a Valentine's Day card, but when her mailbox is empty on the awaited day, big brother Charlie Brown reluctantly steps in to help.

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You're Divine, Valentine!
In celebration of Valentine's Day, You're Divine, Valentine! captures the sweet awkwardness of Charlie Brown proclaiming his love for the little red-haired girl and chronicles Snoopy's creative Valentine rhymes: "Chocolate chip cookies are red./ Chocolate chip cookies are blue./ Chocolate chip cookies are sweet./ So are you." Includes gift wrap enlosed in the back flap and a removable gift tag.

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Snoopy's Christmas Tree
Push the button and join the fun! Embodying the signature Peanuts holiday spirit, everybody's favorite beagle, Snoopy, decorates his very own Christmas tree to the tune of "O Christmas Tree."

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Sally's Christmas Miracle
Sally wants a Christmas tree, but has no idea how to cut one down, so when the perfect one falls down in her neighbor's yard, she is delighted, until the boy next door accuses her of stealing his tree.

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Sally's Christmas Play
Sally Brown is convinced she's going to forget her one line in the Christmas Pageant, but practice makes perfect ... or does it? A heartwarming Christmas story with a side-splitting twist ending, Sally's Christmas Play carries on in the winning tradition of Sally's Christmas Miracle and Happy Valentine's Day, Sweet Babboo.

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It's the First Day of School!
In this Peanuts adventure, Sally is so nervous about starting school that she begins her countdown to class an entire month ahead of time.

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Shall We Dance, Charlie Brown?
When Charlie Brown signs up for dance lessons, he meets the girl of his dreams who asks him to the Sweetheart Ball. With his head in the clouds and his feet on the floor, Charlie Brown's greatest date goes awry when Snoopy wants to waltz, too.

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This is a great book for Peanuts lovers - young and old. Once again Charlie Brown is feeling down and out. Who else would he ask for advice but Lucy at her psychiatric help stand? Charlie Brown is advised to sign up for dance lessons. He loves it! A cute blond headed girl picks him for her dance partner. Just when he can't belive it's real, she asks him to go to the Sweetheart Dance.

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It's Baseball Season, Again!
Thunder! Snow! Rain! What else could happen to prevent Charlie Brown's team from participating in spring training? Charlie Brown tries to teach his players a lesson when they play their fist game, but season after season, the score is always the same.

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Leaf It to Sally Brown
One of the saddest times of the year is when the leaves begin to fall from the tress...but not for Sally Brown. She's fed up with field trips to the woods and school reports about trees and leaves. Besides, everyone knows that the saddest time of the year is really your birthday when you don't get any of the present you wanted!

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Have Fun at Beanbag Camp!
Sally Brown goes off to beanbag camp--two weeks of lying around, watching TV, and eating junk food--and comes back an entirely new person.

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Travels With My Cactus
Snoopy's brother Spike usually enjoys life in the desert, but sometimes he gets a little lonely. After all, everyone needs someone to talk to, and Spike's only friend is a cactus (who doesn't talk back). So, taking the cactus along for company, Spike makes a painful cross-country journey to see Snoopy.

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