Have Another Cookie: It'll Make You Feel Better
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Have Another Cookie: It'll Make You Feel Better

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Offering inspiration and self-help in a nutshell, well, peanut shell, Peanut Wisdom gift books show favorite characters helping one another out in times of need, coping with--and learning to laugh at--stressful situations (exams, speeches, parents), waxing philosophical and, through the story of the chocolate chip cookes that literally call out of Snoopy, contemplating foo...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published December 31st 1996 by Collins Publishers San Francisco (first published January 1st 1996)
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pretty cute :)
I totally identify with Snoopy in this little book! :)
Greg Converse
Cookies gave me my robust, gorillaish figure.
cookie's are good for you1!!
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