(January 1966)

Crest Books, 1966 Series
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Price:
0.40 USD
Pages:
132
Indicia / Colophon Publisher:
Fawcett Publications, Inc.
Brand:
A Fawcett Crest Book
Editing:
?
Color:
Color covers; Black and White interior
Dimensions:
Mass Market Paperback Size (4 1/4 inches wide x 7 inches tall)
Paper Stock:
newsprint interior; glossy cardstock cover
Binding:
Squarebound

Issue Notes

Title pages: "A Fawcett Crest Book, Fawcett Publications, Inc., Published by Fawcett World Library"
Panels are rearranged to fit pages and often extended with additional art or background patterns.
Indexed from a 9th printing, August 1967.


[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Colors:
?
Letters:
typeset

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Lucy Van Pelt; Linus Van Pelt; Violet; Patty
Synopsis:
The other kids are yelling at Charlie Brown.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

blank page(s) / 2 pages (report information)

Indexer Notes

Inside front and back covers are blank.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Violet (cameo); Patty (cameo)
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown's kite fails again...into a mail box.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

Indexer Notes

Pantomime, concludes with one panel on first title page.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

credits / 2 pages (report information)

Letters:
typeset

Synopsis:
title page and publishing information page

[Plink!] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Linus Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Linus' pocket has a hole.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["I Wish I Could Be Somebody's Friend"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown would settle for any kind of friend.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["This Should Be a Wonderful Summer If I Ever Live Through Spring!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy is learning to roller skate.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Good Grief!!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy is still learning to roller skate.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Hi 'Pig-Pen'..What Are You Doing?"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Pig-Pen
Synopsis:
Pig-Pen retains the dirt from watching the world go by.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Lucy, Why Is The Sky Blue?"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Linus Van Pelt; Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy offers another bad answer.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Look, Schroeder..I Found You A New Bust of Beethoven!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Lucy Van Pelt; Schroeder
Synopsis:
Lucy can't tell Beethoven from George Washington.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Look, Schroeder..I Found Another Statue of Beethoven"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Lucy Van Pelt; Schroeder
Synopsis:
Lucy still can't tell Beethoven from George Washington.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["I'll Bet I Would Have Made A Good Bald Eagle!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Snoopy
Synopsis:
Snoopy is daydreaming.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["I'm Scared To Play Anymore, Charlie Brown"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Linus Van Pelt; Snoopy
Synopsis:
Snoopy is acting like a vulture.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Do You Know Anything About Vultures, Charlie Brown?"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Linus Van Pelt; Snoopy
Synopsis:
Snoopy is still acting like a vulture.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Get Out of Here!!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Schroeder; Snoopy
Synopsis:
Snoopy stops acting like a vulture.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Do Vultures Fly Very High, Charlie Brown?"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Linus Van Pelt; Snoopy
Synopsis:
Snoopy can't fly.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Rats! A Real Vulture Would Never Let Himself Be Stared Down!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Lucy Van Pelt; Snoopy
Synopsis:
Lucy out-vultures Snoopy.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

[I Found A Worm, But I'm Going To Put Him Back"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy buries a worm.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["He's Doing Pretty Well, I Think"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Lucy Van Pelt; Linus Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Linus has problems dressing himself.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["I Like Ludwig"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Schroeder
Synopsis:
Schroeder has a new button.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

Indexer Notes

The button slogan mimics the 1956 "I Like Ike" campaign button.

["There's Something About That Blanket That Annoys Me!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Lucy Van Pelt; Linus Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy complains about Linus' blanket.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["My Dad Has A Better Understanding of Foreign Policy Than Your Dad"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Violet
Synopsis:
Violet is bragging.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["I Wonder If Beethoven Would Have Liked Me?"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Schroeder; Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy turns the conversation to herself.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

[Dear Pen Pal] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown substitutes pencil for pen.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

[Dear Pencil-Pal] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown hopes the pencil won't offend his pen pal.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["What Do You And This Pencil-Pal of Yours Write About?"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy thinks pen pals are spies.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["What's That, Charlie Brown?"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Linus Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Linus wonders about crayon-pals.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

[Dear Pencil-Pal] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown complains about being friendless.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["How Long Do You Think It Will Take For Your Letter To Get To Your Pencil-Pal?"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown forgot to put a stamp on his letter.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

[Stomp!] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Lucy Van Pelt; Charlie Brown
Synopsis:
Lucy is stomping bugs.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Waah!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Patty; Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Patty tries to get Lucy to stop crying.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Gee, It Seems Like A Long Time Since I Was A Puppy"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Snoopy
Synopsis:
Snoopy reflects on the night he first came home as a puppy.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["When I Was A Puppy, Every Day Was A Happy Day"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Snoopy
Synopsis:
Snoopy believes he's in his declining years.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["You Have To Know A Lot of Things Before You Can Enter Kindergarten, Linus"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Lucy Van Pelt; Linus Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy explains "requirements" for kindergarten.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

[Winter Ball] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown is playing baseball in winter.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["The Earth Is Over-Populated"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Lucy Van Pelt; Linus Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy complains, and Linus has a solution.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["I'm A Great Believer In Education"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Lucy Van Pelt; Charlie Brown
Synopsis:
Lucy intends to know everything.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Here, Violet.."] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Linus Van Pelt; Violet; Patty
Synopsis:
Linus gives Violet a gift.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Hi, Charlie Brown"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Pig-Pen; Charlie Brown
Synopsis:
Pig-Pen raises dust during a rain storm.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["All Right Let's Cut Out The Clowning!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Linus Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Linus has a unique way of using his baseball glove.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Nobody Breaks Him Up Like Stephen Foster!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / cartoon / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Schroeder; Snoopy
Synopsis:
Snoopy is Schroeder's audience.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Hello, Charlie Brown.."] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / cartoon / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Violet; Charlie Brown
Synopsis:
Introducing the hi-fi parasol.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Good Hot Dogs, Huh, Charlie Brown?"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / cartoon / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Shermy; Charlie Brown
Synopsis:
Eating hot dogs.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

[The Glove] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / cartoon / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown has trouble with his baseball glove.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Well, I Warned Him!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / cartoon / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Lucy Van Pelt; Linus Van Pelt; Charlie Brown
Synopsis:
Lucy ties Linus' blanket to a tree to prevent him from following her around.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Lucy, What's the Difference Between a Bug and an Insect?"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / cartoon / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Linus Van Pelt; Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy explains (badly) the difference.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Look At This Bug, Linus"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / cartoon / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Lucy Van Pelt; Linus Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy and Linus look at the expression on a bug's face.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Bugs Are So Fascinating"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / cartoon / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Lucy Van Pelt; Snoopy
Synopsis:
Lucy mistakes Snoopy's nose for a bug.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["You Know What I Think?"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / cartoon / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Lucy Van Pelt; Linus Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy decides to try to understand bugs.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["You're So Worried About Trying To Understand Those Stupid Bugs"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / cartoon / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Linus Van Pelt; Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Linus want his sister to try to understand him instead of bugs.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Hi, There!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / cartoon / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy gets her nose right down to the sidewalk looking at a bug.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Schroeder, Why is it You Like Beethoven Better Than You Like Me?"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / cartoon / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Schroeder; Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Schroeder defines the difference between Beethoven and Lucy.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["I'm Sorry I Hurt Your Feelings, Charlie Brown..."] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Violet; Charlie Brown
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown isn't able to call Violet the same name she called him.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["As Soon As THe Weather Becomes Warm..."] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Snoopy
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown reads about animals in spring.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Animals Feel The Coming of Spring..."] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Snoopy
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown continues to read about animals in spring.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["For Animals Spring Is The Best Time of The Year..."] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Snoopy
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown continues to read about animals in spring.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

[Bonk] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy adds insult to injury.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Lucy, How Much Is Six From Four?"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Lucy Van Pelt; Linus Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Linus stumps Lucy.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Dear? Pencil-Pal?"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown learns how to make question marks.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Dear Pencil-Pal, How Have You Been?"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown needs stationery with lines.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["There Goes Charlie Brown Mailing Another Letter To His Pencil-pal..."] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Snoopy
Synopsis:
Snoopy decides he needs a Paw Print-pal.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["You Know, I Wouldn't Be Suprised If Those Two Got Married Someday..."] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Lucy Van Pelt; Violet; Shermy
Synopsis:
Lucy reads a lot into a relationship.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Schroeder, If The Time Ever Came That You Had To Choose..."] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Schroeder; Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Schroeder chooses the piano.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Pig-Pen Never Says Very Much, Does He?"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Patty; Pig-Pen
Synopsis:
Pig-Pen proves Charlie Brown's point.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Charlie Brown, What Would You Do..."] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy asks Charlie Brown if he worries about being in the Army.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Why Aren't You In The Army, Charlie Brown?"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy keeps asking stupid questions.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Slacker!!!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Lucy Van Pelt; Charlie Brown
Synopsis:
Lucy yells at Charlie Brown.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Isn't Spring Wonderful, Linus?"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Linus Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Linus wonders if it's OK to not like green.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["You're Always Talking About Spring!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Linus Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Linus thinks winter will never come again.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

[Full Pool] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Violet; Shermy; Patty; Schroeder
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown soaks himself in a bucket because the pool is full.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Boy, How That Girl Can Talk!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Schroeder; Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown complains about Lucy's constant talking.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["What Do You Have There, Lucy?"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy's new record is "Music To Fuss By".
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["My Grampa Says That When He Was Little..."] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Linus Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown's story about his grandpa confuses Linus.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

[Attack of the Kite] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown is attacked by his kite.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["With Charlie Brown, Flying a Kite Is an Emotional Experience"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Violet; Patty
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown loses another kite.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

[Kite Mail] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown's kite ends up in a mail box.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Get Up There, You Stupid Kite!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy commands the kite to fly.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Hey! Come Quick!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Lucy Van Pelt; Charlie Brown (off panel)
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown almost gets his kite to fly.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["I Set Them All Free!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Linus Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Linus splashes a puddle into smaller puddles.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Clouds Are Very Peculiar, Linus..."] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Lucy Van Pelt; Linus Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy gives her brother a bad explanation of sky-writing.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Yesterday I Felt Fine..."] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy makes Charlie Brown feel worse.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["This Sounds Like A Good Movie..."] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Lucy Van Pelt; Linus Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy and Linus try to choose a movie to see.

["Deadly!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Linus Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Linus swats a fly with his blanket.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["You Need To Be More Firm, Charlie Brown!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy tries to convince Charlie Brown to stand up for being wishy-washy.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Look Here, Lucy..."] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy continues to brand Charlie Brown as wishy-washy.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["You Know What Our Team Lacked Last Year?"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Shermy
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown organizes his manager papers on a clip-board.
Reprints:
  • From Peanuts daily strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

"Lucy, How Would You Like to Play Second Base?" (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy misunderstands the question.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

[Thump] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Linus Van Pelt; Shermy
Synopsis:
Linus tries out for shortstop.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["A Pitcher and His Catcher Need a Good Set of Signals..."] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Schroeder
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown and Schroeder work on signals.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Have You Seen My Bat, Linus?"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Lucy Van Pelt; Linus Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy uses a bat for non-traditional practice.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["What League Are We In, Charlie Brown?"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Linus Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown explains the bottom leagues.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["What Sort of Girl Would You Like to Marry, Schroeder?"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Lucy Van Pelt; Schroeder
Synopsis:
Lucy strikes out as a marriage prospect.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["I Can't Stand It!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Lucy Van Pelt; Linus Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Linus takes his blanket into the swimming pool.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["A Book of Verses Underneath the Bough..."] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Linus Van Pelt; Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy reads to Linus.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Everybody's Got Those New Plastic Inner-tubes"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Shermy; Patty; Snoopy
Synopsis:
Even Snoopy has an inner-tube.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["I Sort of Admire That Linus..."] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Violet; Linus Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Linus has a reputation for intelligent discussion of books.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["The Way I See It..."] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Linus Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Linus reads a lot into a nursery rhyme.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["This 'Goldilocks and the Three Bears' is a Tremendous Story!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Linus Van Pelt; Charlie Brown
Synopsis:
Linus reads a lot into a fairy tale.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["You and Your Ol' Beethoven!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Lucy Van Pelt; Schroeder
Synopsis:
Lucy uses the "club champion" scale to measure greatness.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["I Think Children Need More Real Understanding!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy confounds understanding.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Dear Pencil-Pal, I Have Been Wanting To Write To You Ever Since Christmas"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown misspells goggles.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

Indexer Notes

A rare appearance of his mother's voice, "Two, dear..."

["Nothing Left But the Bare Bones!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Linus Van Pelt; Snoopy
Synopsis:
Linus eats some grapes.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["You Know What?"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Linus Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Linus tried to run away from home.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["What's Wrong With Wanting to Be Liked?"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy ignores Charlie Brown.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Arf Arf Arf"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Snoopy
Synopsis:
Snoopy decides he really has nothing to say.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["This Is Mendelssohn's 'Songs Without Words'"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Lucy Van Pelt; Schroeder
Synopsis:
Lucy misunderstands the concept of a song without words.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Lucy's Letting Me Carry Her Roller-Skate Key!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Linus Van Pelt; Lucy Van Pelt; Charlie Brown
Synopsis:
Linus has been duped into thinking a chore is something special.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Some Stars Are Big, and Some Stars Are Little"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Lucy Van Pelt; Linus Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy confuses astronomy and agriculture.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Do You Know What Holds the Stars Up, Linus?"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Lucy Van Pelt; Linus Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Linus guesses poorly at the answer.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["I'd Like to Be One of Those Campus Dogs"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Snoopy
Synopsis:
Snoopy styles himself a Big Man On The Campus.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Big Man On The Campus!!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Snoopy; Charlie Brown
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown convinces Snoopy not be a snob.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

[Tree Planting] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Violet; Charlie Brown
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown's kite gets stuck in a newly planted tree.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["It Says Here That Children Cannot Concentrate Properly..."] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Schroeder
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown demonstrates the premise while stating it's not true.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

[Hula-Hoops] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Lucy Van Pelt; Patty; Violet; Snoopy
Synopsis:
Even Snoopy spins a hula-hoop.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["I Put My Tooth Under My Pillow Last Night..."] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Violet; Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy is disappointed with the dime received for her tooth.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["I'm a Giant!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Linus Van Pelt; Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Linus plays giant.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Hi, Charlie Brown!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Lucy Van Pelt; Charlie Brown
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown asks, "How can a jump rope be hi-fi?"
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["It's Disgusting, That's What it Is!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Lucy Van Pelt; Linus Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Linus rationalizes about germs on his blanket.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["I'm Going to Try to Give Up This Blanket, Charlie Brown"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Linus Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown fails to help Linus kick his blanket habit.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Look, Charlie Brown..."] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Linus Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Charlie Brown fails once again to help Linus kick his blanket habit.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["There's No Use Kidding Myself"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Linus Van Pelt; Snoopy
Synopsis:
Snoopy shows Linus a new use of his blanket.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Like Birds?"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy is drawing birds all over a wooden fence.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["I'm Going Down to the Park, and I'm Going to Walk Clear Around It"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Pig-Pen
Synopsis:
Pig-Pen can follow his dust cloud back home.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["You Can't Believe Anybody These Days!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Lucy Van Pelt; Patty
Synopsis:
Lucy distrusts everyone.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Here's Your Coat, Charlie Brown!"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Violet; Charlie Brown
Synopsis:
Violet shows Charlie Brown out of her house rather abruptly.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["I've Got Something for You, Charlie Brown"] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Lucy Van Pelt; Charlie Brown
Synopsis:
Lucy is proud of the long list of Charlie Brown's faults she has made.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Here, Charlie Brown..."] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Charles M. Schulz
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Letters:
Charles M. Schulz

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Charlie Brown; Lucy Van Pelt
Synopsis:
Lucy has made a list of Charlie Brown's shortcomings.
Reprints:
  • from Peanuts newspaper strip (United Feature Syndicate, Inc.)

["Well, I Like You Charlie Brown..."] (Table of Contents)

Peanuts / promo (ad from the publisher) / 1 page (report information)

Script:
?
Pencils:
Charles M. Schulz
Inks:
Charles M. Schulz
Colors:
?
Letters:
?; typeset

Genre:
humor
Characters:
Violet; Charlie Brown; Snoopy
Synopsis:
Promotional text for this book, with a cartoon panel with new dialogue.

Indexer Notes

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Table of Contents

  1. 0. [no title indexed]
    Peanuts
  2. 1. [no title indexed]
  3. 2. [no title indexed]
    Peanuts
  4. 3. [no title indexed]
  5. 4. [Plink!]
    Peanuts
  6. 5. ["I Wish I Could Be Somebody's Friend"]
    Peanuts
  7. 6. ["This Should Be a Wonderful Summer If I Ever Live Through Spring!"]
    Peanuts
  8. 7. ["Good Grief!!"]
    Peanuts
  9. 8. ["Hi 'Pig-Pen'..What Are You Doing?"]
    Peanuts
  10. 9. ["Lucy, Why Is The Sky Blue?"]
    Peanuts
  11. 10. ["Look, Schroeder..I Found You A New Bust of Beethoven!"]
    Peanuts
  12. 11. ["Look, Schroeder..I Found Another Statue of Beethoven"]
    Peanuts
  13. 12. ["I'll Bet I Would Have Made A Good Bald Eagle!"]
    Peanuts
  14. 13. ["I'm Scared To Play Anymore, Charlie Brown"]
    Peanuts
  15. 14. ["Do You Know Anything About Vultures, Charlie Brown?"]
    Peanuts
  16. 15. ["Get Out of Here!!"]
    Peanuts
  17. 16. ["Do Vultures Fly Very High, Charlie Brown?"]
    Peanuts
  18. 17. ["Rats! A Real Vulture Would Never Let Himself Be Stared Down!"]
    Peanuts
  19. 18. [I Found A Worm, But I'm Going To Put Him Back"]
    Peanuts
  20. 19. ["He's Doing Pretty Well, I Think"]
    Peanuts
  21. 20. ["I Like Ludwig"]
    Peanuts
  22. 21. ["There's Something About That Blanket That Annoys Me!"]
    Peanuts
  23. 22. ["My Dad Has A Better Understanding of Foreign Policy Than Your Dad"]
    Peanuts
  24. 23. ["I Wonder If Beethoven Would Have Liked Me?"]
    Peanuts
  25. 24. [Dear Pen Pal]
    Peanuts
  26. 25. [Dear Pencil-Pal]
    Peanuts
  27. 26. ["What Do You And This Pencil-Pal of Yours Write About?"]
    Peanuts
  28. 27. ["What's That, Charlie Brown?"]
    Peanuts
  29. 28. [Dear Pencil-Pal]
    Peanuts
  30. 29. ["How Long Do You Think It Will Take For Your Letter To Get To Your Pencil-Pal?"]
    Peanuts
  31. 30. [Stomp!]
    Peanuts
  32. 31. ["Waah!"]
    Peanuts
  33. 32. ["Gee, It Seems Like A Long Time Since I Was A Puppy"]
    Peanuts
  34. 33. ["When I Was A Puppy, Every Day Was A Happy Day"]
    Peanuts
  35. 34. ["You Have To Know A Lot of Things Before You Can Enter Kindergarten, Linus"]
    Peanuts
  36. 35. [Winter Ball]
    Peanuts
  37. 36. ["The Earth Is Over-Populated"]
    Peanuts
  38. 37. ["I'm A Great Believer In Education"]
    Peanuts
  39. 38. ["Here, Violet.."]
    Peanuts
  40. 39. ["Hi, Charlie Brown"]
    Peanuts
  41. 40. ["All Right Let's Cut Out The Clowning!"]
    Peanuts
  42. 41. ["Nobody Breaks Him Up Like Stephen Foster!"]
    Peanuts
  43. 42. ["Hello, Charlie Brown.."]
    Peanuts
  44. 43. ["Good Hot Dogs, Huh, Charlie Brown?"]
    Peanuts
  45. 44. [The Glove]
    Peanuts
  46. 45. ["Well, I Warned Him!"]
    Peanuts
  47. 46. ["Lucy, What's the Difference Between a Bug and an Insect?"]
    Peanuts
  48. 47. ["Look At This Bug, Linus"]
    Peanuts
  49. 48. ["Bugs Are So Fascinating"]
    Peanuts
  50. 49. ["You Know What I Think?"]
    Peanuts
  51. 50. ["You're So Worried About Trying To Understand Those Stupid Bugs"]
    Peanuts
  52. 51. ["Hi, There!"]
    Peanuts
  53. 52. ["Schroeder, Why is it You Like Beethoven Better Than You Like Me?"]
    Peanuts
  54. 53. ["I'm Sorry I Hurt Your Feelings, Charlie Brown..."]
    Peanuts
  55. 54. ["As Soon As THe Weather Becomes Warm..."]
    Peanuts
  56. 55. ["Animals Feel The Coming of Spring..."]
    Peanuts
  57. 56. ["For Animals Spring Is The Best Time of The Year..."]
    Peanuts
  58. 57. [Bonk]
    Peanuts
  59. 58. ["Lucy, How Much Is Six From Four?"]
    Peanuts
  60. 59. ["Dear? Pencil-Pal?"]
    Peanuts
  61. 60. ["Dear Pencil-Pal, How Have You Been?"]
    Peanuts
  62. 61. ["There Goes Charlie Brown Mailing Another Letter To His Pencil-pal..."]
    Peanuts
  63. 62. ["You Know, I Wouldn't Be Suprised If Those Two Got Married Someday..."]
    Peanuts
  64. 63. ["Schroeder, If The Time Ever Came That You Had To Choose..."]
    Peanuts
  65. 64. ["Pig-Pen Never Says Very Much, Does He?"]
    Peanuts
  66. 65. ["Charlie Brown, What Would You Do..."]
    Peanuts
  67. 66. ["Why Aren't You In The Army, Charlie Brown?"]
    Peanuts
  68. 67. ["Slacker!!!"]
    Peanuts
  69. 68. ["Isn't Spring Wonderful, Linus?"]
    Peanuts
  70. 69. ["You're Always Talking About Spring!"]
    Peanuts
  71. 70. [Full Pool]
    Peanuts
  72. 71. ["Boy, How That Girl Can Talk!"]
    Peanuts
  73. 72. ["What Do You Have There, Lucy?"]
    Peanuts
  74. 73. ["My Grampa Says That When He Was Little..."]
    Peanuts
  75. 74. [Attack of the Kite]
    Peanuts
  76. 75. ["With Charlie Brown, Flying a Kite Is an Emotional Experience"]
    Peanuts
  77. 76. [Kite Mail]
    Peanuts
  78. 77. ["Get Up There, You Stupid Kite!"]
    Peanuts
  79. 78. ["Hey! Come Quick!"]
    Peanuts
  80. 79. ["I Set Them All Free!"]
    Peanuts
  81. 80. ["Clouds Are Very Peculiar, Linus..."]
    Peanuts
  82. 81. ["Yesterday I Felt Fine..."]
    Peanuts
  83. 82. ["This Sounds Like A Good Movie..."]
    Peanuts
  84. 83. ["Deadly!"]
    Peanuts
  85. 84. ["You Need To Be More Firm, Charlie Brown!"]
    Peanuts
  86. 85. ["Look Here, Lucy..."]
    Peanuts
  87. 86. ["You Know What Our Team Lacked Last Year?"]
    Peanuts
  88. 87. "Lucy, How Would You Like to Play Second Base?"
    Peanuts
  89. 88. [Thump]
    Peanuts
  90. 89. ["A Pitcher and His Catcher Need a Good Set of Signals..."]
    Peanuts
  91. 90. ["Have You Seen My Bat, Linus?"]
    Peanuts
  92. 91. ["What League Are We In, Charlie Brown?"]
    Peanuts
  93. 92. ["What Sort of Girl Would You Like to Marry, Schroeder?"]
    Peanuts
  94. 93. ["I Can't Stand It!"]
    Peanuts
  95. 94. ["A Book of Verses Underneath the Bough..."]
    Peanuts
  96. 95. ["Everybody's Got Those New Plastic Inner-tubes"]
    Peanuts
  97. 96. ["I Sort of Admire That Linus..."]
    Peanuts
  98. 97. ["The Way I See It..."]
    Peanuts
  99. 98. ["This 'Goldilocks and the Three Bears' is a Tremendous Story!"]
    Peanuts
  100. 99. ["You and Your Ol' Beethoven!"]
    Peanuts
  101. 100. ["I Think Children Need More Real Understanding!"]
    Peanuts
  102. 101. ["Dear Pencil-Pal, I Have Been Wanting To Write To You Ever Since Christmas"]
    Peanuts
  103. 102. ["Nothing Left But the Bare Bones!"]
    Peanuts
  104. 103. ["You Know What?"]
    Peanuts
  105. 104. ["What's Wrong With Wanting to Be Liked?"]
    Peanuts
  106. 105. ["Arf Arf Arf"]
    Peanuts
  107. 106. ["This Is Mendelssohn's 'Songs Without Words'"]
    Peanuts
  108. 107. ["Lucy's Letting Me Carry Her Roller-Skate Key!"]
    Peanuts
  109. 108. ["Some Stars Are Big, and Some Stars Are Little"]
    Peanuts
  110. 109. ["Do You Know What Holds the Stars Up, Linus?"]
    Peanuts
  111. 110. ["I'd Like to Be One of Those Campus Dogs"]
    Peanuts
  112. 111. ["Big Man On The Campus!!"]
    Peanuts
  113. 112. [Tree Planting]
    Peanuts
  114. 113. ["It Says Here That Children Cannot Concentrate Properly..."]
    Peanuts
  115. 114. [Hula-Hoops]
    Peanuts
  116. 115. ["I Put My Tooth Under My Pillow Last Night..."]
    Peanuts
  117. 116. ["I'm a Giant!"]
    Peanuts
  118. 117. ["Hi, Charlie Brown!"]
    Peanuts
  119. 118. ["It's Disgusting, That's What it Is!"]
    Peanuts
  120. 119. ["I'm Going to Try to Give Up This Blanket, Charlie Brown"]
    Peanuts
  121. 120. ["Look, Charlie Brown..."]
    Peanuts
  122. 121. ["There's No Use Kidding Myself"]
    Peanuts
  123. 122. ["Like Birds?"]
    Peanuts
  124. 123. ["I'm Going Down to the Park, and I'm Going to Walk Clear Around It"]
    Peanuts
  125. 124. ["You Can't Believe Anybody These Days!"]
    Peanuts
  126. 125. ["Here's Your Coat, Charlie Brown!"]
    Peanuts
  127. 126. ["I've Got Something for You, Charlie Brown"]
    Peanuts
  128. 127. ["Here, Charlie Brown..."]
    Peanuts
  129. 128. ["Well, I Like You Charlie Brown..."]
    Peanuts
This issue was most recently modified by:
  • Jochen G.
  • Donald Dale Milne
Issues in this series have been indexed by:
  • Gregg Whitmore