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Charles M. Schulz


Charles M. Schulz

Charles Schulz was the creator and cartoonist behind Peanuts, a globally popular comic strip that expanded into TV, books and other merchandise.

Charles M. Schulz

Books by Charles M. Schulz

Written by Charles M. Schulz , Adapted by Maggie Testas, and Illustrated by Vicki Scott - Children's, Children's 2-4, Children's 3-5, Children's 3-6, Children's 3-7, Children's 4-6, Children's 4-7, Children's 4-8, Children's 5-8, Children's 5-9, Children's 6-9, Children's 6-10

Christmas is almost here, which means ice-skating, Christmas carols and sparkly lights everywhere --- even on Snoopy’s doghouse! Everyone is enjoying the holiday celebrations except Charlie Brown. Can the Peanuts gang help Charlie Brown discover the true meaning of Christmas?

by Charles M. Schulz - Children's, Fiction, Holiday, Picture, Youth Fiction

Charlie Brown has made an indelible mark on many treasured American holidays and traditions. And who can forget the most romantic --- and occasionally loneliest --- of all holidays? From Charlie Brown opening an empty mailbox every February 14th, to Sally Brown and Linus, A VALENTINE FOR CHARLIE BROWN is the perfect gift to remind that special someone in your life just what love is all about!

by Charles M. Schulz

Sometimes getting together with friends and family for Thanksgiving isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be, as Snoopy learns when his brother Spike invites him to spend Thanksgiving in the desert, and things don’t quite work out as planned. At least it’s a change of pace for Snoopy, who spends most Thanksgivings with the ol’ supper dish (and one lonely one at the malt shoppe as Joe Cool). It’s also a tense time of year to be a bird who’s afraid of being mistaken for a turkey and roasted, and Woodstock copes with his anxieties in various ways, including by donning a disguise with Snoopy’s help. Meanwhile, Peppermint Patty, Marcie, and Franklin all get sick over their Thanksgiving vacation. Snoopy’s Thanksgiving is the perfect gift book for anyone whose idea of the holiday is more Charlie Brown than Norman Rockwell.

by Charles M. Schulz

Linus and his wait for the Great Pumpkin have been a pop culture touchstone for nearly 50 years thanks to the animated television special (“I got a rock”), and it all started in the classic Peanuts strips (1959-1962) collected in this affordable, fun-sized gift book. Linus’s proselytizing that on Halloween, the Great Pumpkin rises from the pumpkin patch and travels the world bringing presents to good little girls and boys are derided by his sister Lucy, laughed at by Charlie Brown, met with skepticism by baby Sally, and even causes “denominational squabbling” over who’s better, the Great Pumpkin or Santa Claus. Year after year, Linus faces his persecution and inevitable disappointment with either blind faith or Quixotic perseverance. Charles M. Schulz’s homage to the power of idealism and belief makes these some of the most beloved comic strips of all time.

by Charles M. Schulz and Lee Mendelson - Nonfiction

The lushly illustrated IT'S THE GREAT PUMPKIN, CHARLIE BROWN: The Making of a Television Classic, stars Charles M. Schulz’s beloved Peanuts gang and features hundreds of full-color images as well as enlightening anecdotes that take you behind-the-scenes of how the charming Halloween special was created.