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Everything I Need to Know I Learned from Peanuts

4.05 of 5 stars 4.05  ·  rating details  ·  44 ratings  ·  12 reviews
The cast of Peanuts characters has entertained us with their humorously insightful perspectives since 1950. A year-long marketing campaign by licensor United Media launched this Diamond Anniversary and creates the perfect setting for Everything I Need to Know I Learned from Peanuts.This small, hardcover book with all the gift appeal of a box of chocolates shows us why, in ...more
Hardcover, 128 pages
Published March 30th 2010 by Running Press (first published 2010)
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Snoopy rules. Lots of great pearls of wisdom.
Tiffany Cooke
Feb 19, 2012 Tiffany Cooke rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Everyone - especially people who love Snoopy
Shelves: 2012, humor
I love this title! It pretty much sums up my life, and the fact that it was a birthday gift from my brother makes it even more perfect. This book of wisdom pairs up a lesson on the left with an example cartoon from Peanuts on the right.
One lesson is "How to Eat Ice Cream" and shows Snoopy and Woodstock eating ice cream together on top of Snoopy's dog house. Snoopy says, "I always have the vanilla on the bottom and the chocolate on the top." When Woodstock answers, Snoopy replies, "You like to
Wayne Gilbert
Hey, it's Charlie Brown and the whole gang so how can it not be good!
Janne Varvára
Another very nice Peanuts giftbook.

I especially like the layout of this one - it contains strips (dailies and Sunday) on different topics, and from time to time you'll find quotes from the members of the Peanuts gang, voicing their opinions on various topics.

In the vein of Peanuts' Guide to Life, this is really all the wisdom you need; no self-help books required.

It's the Peanuts gang in all their glory droppin' pearls of wisdom: what else can you say?

Cute layout design and color comics throughout- one objection: Shermy, Violet, Frieda and Franklin were among the characters left out.

Favorite gag: On the importance of Technology, Snoopy says it's easy for the momma bird to find Woodstock, "Aren't you on the Internest?"
Not as good as I thought it would be. I didn't think that the cartoons included were "epic" cartoons in the series. However, one cartoon did make me chuckle.
Fun life lessons from the Peanuts. It's a cute and fast read doesn't really include the best there is from the Peanuts.
A co-worker loaned this to me, and it was a fun, quick read. Peanuts has always been a favorite cartoon strip of mine.
I love Peanuts. The pearls of wisdom are great.
Meh. It was on my shelf, so I read it.
Humoros book covering peanuts.
Such a good book indeed
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