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Snoopy and the Red Baron

4.14 of 5 stars 4.14  ·  rating details  ·  181 ratings  ·  14 reviews
Mass Market Paperback, #T1297, 150 pages
Published August 1969 by Fawcett Crest (first published October 1st 79)
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Elizabeth
I thought this book was hilarious. I checked it out from the library thinking that it was a collection of Peanuts strips that pertained to the Red Baron, but I was pleasantly surprised to see that it was more or less a separate story unto itself. The book flap jokingly describes this as "Charles Schulz's first full-length novel." It isn't, of course: it's just a picture book. Still, it's one of the funniest picture books I've ever seen. The humor is less slapstick than I expected; rather, the bo ...more
Fox
Rather than being a collection of strips pertaining to the Snoopy vs. the Red Baron gag this a full length story. Yes, it is a picture book, but it still includes such wonderful words as "meander" and some minor French. Heck, it even goes on to describe the different fighter planes that are being flown and the tracer bullets being used. What's not fun about some minor WWI history?

The story is amusing, as Snoopy goes about his day imagining he's making his way through the fields of France. It's a
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Lyndsey Miller
Snoopy the pilot? Would be a fun tie in with a history lesson about the WW1 but other than that I don't think kids will relate
Janette Kirchner
Had a great time reading this to my children. They loved it so much that they memorized lines out of it.
Alex Johnson
It's Snoopy therefore flawless.
Kevin
Of course I'm very partial to anything Peanuts but buy far this is one of my favorites.
Katherine
This copy is one of my treasures .... first edition :o))
Theresa
great small collection of snoopy cartoons
Chad
The best history of WWI that I have ever read.
Catherine Grant
One of my favorite childhood books.
Satitiwikan sunowo
never get tired of snoopy
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