Hey, Peanuts! (Peanuts Coronet, #17) by Charles M. SchulzAnother Peanuts classic. I got this book long, long, long ago and it has traveled with me from one place to another through many moves. What can you say about Charles M. Schulz and his creations...funny, sometimes a little sad, always wise...I love Peanuts. Another charm here, all I have to do is begin reading these and Im immediately transported back to a time when we as children wandered all day outside in worlds we created and didnt fear abduction, murder or molestation (mostly). Yes there were kids whos home life was a horror, but not so many as now. Yes bad things happened, but they really were few and far between.
This wont be true for all who read these books, but they will still get the laughs and the wisdom in them.
I think most will enjoy any of the Peanuts books.
Peanuts Coronet Series
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Peanuts Coronet Series. The popular Peanuts reprint series by Coronet. Book 1. You're a Winner, Charlie Brown! Want to Read. Shelving menu. Shelve You're a Winner, Charlie Brown!
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As a suburban housewife; the mother of three children and a deeply concerned and active citizen, I am well aware of the very long and tortuous road ahead. I believe that it will be another generation before the kind of open friendship, trust and mobility will be an accepted part of our lives.
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Peanuts is a syndicated daily and Sunday American comic strip written and illustrated by Charles M. Schulz that ran from October 2, , to February 13, , continuing in reruns afterward. Peanuts is among the most popular and influential in the history of comic strips, with 17, strips published in all,  making it "arguably the longest story ever told by one human being". The strip focuses entirely on a social circle of young children, where adults exist but are rarely seen or heard. The main character, Charlie Brown , is meek, nervous, and lacks self-confidence. He is unable to fly a kite, win a baseball game, or kick a football held by his irascible friend Lucy, who always pulls it away at the last instant. Peanuts is one of the literate strips with philosophical, psychological, and sociological overtones that flourished in the s.