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Being a Dog Is a Full-Time Job
Filled with a year's worth of strips, this book from cartoonist-philosopher Schulz is certain to top the list of his smashing volumes. The world's most famous beagle works hard in his job as a dog, as portrayed in the pages of this humorous yet thought-provoking strip.

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Snoopy's Guide to the Writing Life
Snoopy sits atop his dog house, banging out stories on a manual typewriter. Usually they begin "It was a dark and stormy night..." Always they're rejected. In Snoopy's Guide to the Writing Life--a wonderful gift for writers--a roundup of 30 famous writers and entertainers respond in short essays to their favorite Snoopy "at the typewriter" strip. Each essay focuses on how the strip presents an aspect of the writing life--getting started, getting rejected, searching for new ideas, and more--everything that beginning and professional writers deal with on a daily basis.

The essays are light and sometimes humorous, but all of them offer insight and inspiration for writers working at any level. The book presents a powerful lineup of contributors, including the Beagle himself. Editor Barnaby Conrad and Monte Schulz (son of the late Charles Schulz) provide introductory chapters that address the writing life and how Snoopy's experience--his tenacity and resilience--can inspire us all.

Contributors Include:
  • Ray Bradbury
  • William F. Buckley, Jr.
  • Julia Child
  • Elizabeth George
  • Sue Grafton
  • Evan Hunter
  • Elmore Leonard
  • Danielle Steel

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Snoopy: Not Your Average Dog
As one of the world's best-loved comic strip characters, Snoopy has been our constant companion for more than 45 years. Inspired by Charles M. Schulz's boyhood pet dog, Snoopy has evolved from Charlie Brown's silent, four-legged companion into a multifaceted, philosophical and wonderfully imaginative native character.

This unprecedented keepsake treasury showcases the lovable beagle's many colorful personalities -- from Joe Cool to the World War I Flying Ace, Golf Pro, Literary Ace and so many more. Whether he's piloting his Sopwith Camel, leading the Beagle Scouts on retreat or simply waiting for a filled supper dish, you can always count on Snoopy to be entertaining.

In the foreword, Schulz describes his inspiration for Snoopy and the evolution of this popular beagle into the character that the world knows today. The introduction features the art and words of Tom Everhart, a close friend of Schulz and one of the few artist authorized to draw and paint the Peanuts characters.

Complete with glassed-for-viewing 3-D images, a timeline gatefold showing the development of Snoopy over the past five decades and quotes from celebrities revealing their thoughts about everyone's favorite beagle, this book is a delightful treat for any Snoopy fan.

Snoopy: Not Your Average Dog celebrates the art and humor of Charles M. Schulz. Through his creation of Snoopy, Schulz shows the world again and again that all it takes is a good heart, a little imagination and a few good friends to truly enjoy life.

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Beagle Scout Snoopy
For Ages 4-8


Stuffed Animal and Board Book


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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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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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!


Puppy Days

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

Baby Snoopy has four brothers.

Meet them all!

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Friends Forever, Snoopy

(Ready-To-Read. Level 2)
For Ages 4-8


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)
For Ages 4-8


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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Calling All Cookies!
For Ages 4-8


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
For Ages 4-8


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
For Ages 4-8


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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Your Dog Plays Hockey?
For Ages 4-8


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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A Flying Ace Needs a Lot of Root Beer
For Ages 4-8


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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See You Later, Litigator
Here's the World Famous Attorney at your service! From accidents to bankruptcy to dog bites, Snoopy is always ready to take the case. Legal beagles of every stripe will be charmed by this comical look at the learned profession as Snoopy battles bureaucracy, maneuvers through the system, and communicates the finer points of law to his many clients. Continually buffing his image and polishing off just enough doughnuts to keep his mind and wit sharp, Snoopy shares his unique canine perspective on the practice of law.

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The Doctor Is In(sane)
Is there a doctor in the house! You bet! It's the world famous surgeon -- none other that the irreverent beagle -- making his way to the operating room.

This surgeon knows that a great doctor dispenses lots of sage advice along with "and drink lots of water." Enjoy Snoopy's canine perspective on this most esteemed profession.

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Good Grief! Gardening Is Hard Work!
For Ages 4-8


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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Snoopy's Christmas Tree
For Ages 4-8


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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Make Way for the King of the Jungle: A Peanuts Collection
A new collection from the popular Peanuts comic strip begins with the coronation of Woodstock and continues with a new set of adventures that highlight Snoopy's many identities and the foibles of Charlie Brown's gang.

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Make Way for the King of the Jungle, by Charles M. Schulz, is a delightful collection of comic strips featuring the author's popular Peanuts characters. Many of the recurrent themes and motifs of the series are here: Snoopy's fantasy of being a World War I flying ace, the kite-eating tree, Linus' security blanket and his obsession with the Great Pumpkin, Lucy's psychiatric stand, etc.
B In the course of this book we get to experience both Christmas and Valentine's day with the Peanuts gang. There are a lot of antics involving Snoopy and his pal Woodstock. But my favorite extended storyline in the book involves Charlie Brown's decision to quit school in order to devote himself to making Snoopy happy. Anyone who has ever been devoted to a pet should be able to relate to this funny but tender plot.

Peanuts has always been a successful blend of humor and gentle philosophy, and that is true of this volume. Make Way is a treat for fans of Schulz's work.

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It's a Dog's Life, Snoopy
FRIENDS FOREVER!

Charlie Brown and his friends . . . Snoopy, Peppermint Patty, Marcy, Linus, Lucy, Schroeder, and Franklin! Life is about good friends, those you’ve come to know and love through the years. Now, for the first time in book form, It's A Dog's Life, Snoopy presents a brand-new collection of your old favorites, bringing all your familiar friends from Peanuts together again for more great times and hilarious fun!

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Lead On, Snoopy
The internationally beloved Peanuts gang returns in a collection of comics that follows Peppermint Patty, Snoopy, Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy, Sally, and the rest of the gang on an outdoors expedition.

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Nice Shot, Snoopy
More cartoons featuring America's funniest kids -- Peanuts!

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Travels With My Cactus
For Ages 4-8


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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You Have a Brother Named Spike?
For Ages 4-8


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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Summers Fly, Winters Walk
In Summers Fly, Winters Walk, Snoopy plays the Easter Beagle, delivering eggs to good kids on Easter Sunday. Marcie's adventure at summer camp turns into a disaster when she attracts a pesky admirer who calls her 'lambcake, ' and finds herself forced to bop him. You will find other delightful comic strips from 1976 in this book.

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