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The Complete Peanuts, Vol. 2 by Charles M. Schulz
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Jan 29, 2008

it was amazing
bookshelves: owned
Read in January, 2008

"Fantastic," in the words of Charlie Brown. In this book, you really see Peanuts take shape. The movements of the world seem to be naturally against Charlie Brown in this book. Lucy is labeled a "fussbudget" for the first time. Snoopy starts to have human-like thoughts. Schroeder becomes a hard-core Beethoven fanatic, so much so that when he gets a toy train set for Christmas (the only non-Beethoven present he recieves) he wonders aloud "What am I going to do with that?" And Pig Pen is introduced. You can really see the genius of Charles Schulz really take form in this book. Can't wait to get and read the next volume.

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