Good Grief, More Peanuts
This is a comic strip collection of Peanuts stories that were originally printed in the 1950s. If you are looking for a nostalgic step back in time, this is the perfect book for you! One of my favorite panels in this book is when Charlie Brown gets a piece of candy and tries to hide to eat it by himself. But when he crinkles the wrapper to open it, all of his friends, including Snoopy the dog, show up to share his candy! Another of my favorites is when Lucy tries to feel Snoopy’s nose to see if he isn’t feeling well, but Snoopy sneezes on her. Lucy goes to Charlie Brown and says, “He exploded!”
I love how these comics take the everyday lives of kids and make them so funny. It’s also hilarious how Snoopy thinks and acts like a person! The Peanuts kids feel like family to me, since I’ve grown up reading these comics. I never get tired of reading and re-reading about Charlie Brown and his friends. I recommend this book to everyone who loves to laugh!
|Author||Charles M. Schulz|
|Page Count||128 pages|
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