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The Complete Peanuts 1957-1958 (Vol. 4) Paperback Edition

$22.99
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NOTE: Because of our contract with the licensor, we can only offer this book to customers in the following countries or regions: North America (United States, Canada, Mexico), Asia (Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam), India, Russia, Australia, New Zealand, and Scandinavia (Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland & Iceland). If you reside outside of these areas, your order will not be processed.

In this fourth paperback volume, the 1950s close down and Peanuts enters its golden age. Linus, who had just learned to speak in the previous volume, becomes downright eloquent and even begins to fend off Lucy’s bullying; even so, his security neurosis becomes more pronounced, including a harrowing two-week “Lost Weekend” sequence of blanketless- ness. Charlie Brown cascades further down the hill to loserdom, with spectacularly lost kites, humiliating baseball losses (including one where he becomes “the Goat” and is driven from the field in a chorus of BAAAAHs); at least his newly acquired “pencil pal” affords him some comfort. But the rising star is undoubtedly Snoopy. He’s at the center of the most graphically dynamic and action-packed episodes (the ones in which he attempts to grab Linus’s blanket at a dead run), and even tentatively tries to sleep on the crest of his doghouse roof once or twice, with mixed results. 

Pages:
320
Colors:
black & white some color
Format:
Softcover
Dimensions:
8 1⁄4” x 6 1⁄2”
ISBN-13:
978-1-60699-870-0
Year:
2015
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NOTE: Because of our contract with the licensor, we can only offer this book to customers in the following countries or regions: North America (United States, Canada, Mexico), Asia (Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam), India, Russia, Australia, New Zealand, and Scandinavia (Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland & Iceland). If you reside outside of these areas, your order will not be processed.

In this fourth paperback volume, the 1950s close down and Peanuts enters its golden age. Linus, who had just learned to speak in the previous volume, becomes downright eloquent and even begins to fend off Lucy’s bullying; even so, his security neurosis becomes more pronounced, including a harrowing two-week “Lost Weekend” sequence of blanketless- ness. Charlie Brown cascades further down the hill to loserdom, with spectacularly lost kites, humiliating baseball losses (including one where he becomes “the Goat” and is driven from the field in a chorus of BAAAAHs); at least his newly acquired “pencil pal” affords him some comfort. But the rising star is undoubtedly Snoopy. He’s at the center of the most graphically dynamic and action-packed episodes (the ones in which he attempts to grab Linus’s blanket at a dead run), and even tentatively tries to sleep on the crest of his doghouse roof once or twice, with mixed results. 

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