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The Many Faces of Snoopy

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Book Details: Format: Paperback Publication Date: 10/31/2006 Pages: 352
Paperback, 352 pages
Published October 31st 2006 by Ballantine Books
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Matti Karjalainen
"Sankarimme Ressu" (Otava, 2009) kerää yhteen joukon Charles M. Schulzin Tenavat-strippejä, joita kaikkia yhdistää sarjakuvan suosituimpien hahmojen joukkoon kuuluva beagle.

Sarjakuvan alkuperäinen nimi on suomenkielistä kuvaavampi, sillä albumin stripit on ryhmitelty Ressun eri sivupersoonien mukaan: edustettuna ovat niin linnuista koostuvan lippukunnan partionjohtaja, dysfunktionaalinen asianajaja, kustantajan hylkäyskirjeitä keräilevä kirjailija kuin länsirintaman yläpuolella Punaista Paronia
I loved the book. It is all cartoons about Snoopy. I especially liked the fancy "Snoopy Paper" that was thrown in here and their. Since the cartoons are black and white, the paper adds a touch of color to the book. I would recomend this book to any Snoopy fan!
I guess I didn’t understand this book. Comics are not my favorite either, so that’s probably why I didn’t enjoy it too much. I think Snoopy is a very creative character. My favorite part of the book is the “Beagle Scout” section because I thought it was very funny.
Junebug loves any book about beagles- she wanted to give it a 5-star rating. I told her "Calvin and Hobbes" is 5-star, so she conceded to the 4-star rating. Even though he's a cat, Junebug does like Hobbes.
I just love snoopy!
awsome and funny
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