26. March 2012 · Comments Off · Categories: Graphic Book, NonFiction, Tammy · Tags: , ,

The Complete Peanuts, Volume 13: 1975-1976 by Charles Schulz, 344 pages, read by Tammy, on 02/02/2012

The Complete Peanuts, Volume 13 1975-1976Part of the Complete Peanuts Collection with all the dailies and Sunday comic strips from 1975 to Dec. 1976. I remember reading some of these in little paperback book collections I bought in elementary and junior high school. It was a nice trip down memory lane plus several new stories for me to read about Charlie, Snoopy and the rest of the gang.

 

 

 

 

05. March 2012 · Comments Off · Categories: Fiction, Graphic Novel, Tammy · Tags: , , ,

The Complete Peanuts, Vol. 13: 1975-1976 by Charles M. Schulz, 325 pages, read by Tammy, on 02/02/2012

The Complete Peanuts, Volume 13 1975-1976Part of the Complete Peanuts Collection with all the Dailies and Sunday comic strips from 1975 to Dec. 1976. I remember reading some of these in little paperback book collections I bought in elementary and junior high school. It was a nice trip down memory lane plus several new stories for me to read about Charlie, Snoopy and the rest of the gang.

These years are especially important in terms of new canine characters, as Snoopy is joined by his wandering brother Spike
(from Needles), his beloved sister Belle (from Kansas City), and… did you know he had a nephew? In other beagle news, Snoopy breaks his foot and spends six weeks in a cast, deals with his friend Woodstock’s case of the “the vapors,” and gets involved in a heated love triangle with Linus over the girl “Truffles.”

09. February 2012 · Comments Off · Categories: Graphic Book, NonFiction, Tammy · Tags: , ,

The Complete Peanuts, Volume 10: 1969-1970 by Charles Schulz, 344 pages, read by Tammy, on 02/07/2012

The Complete Peanuts, Volume 10 1969-1970In this collection of comics…. He turns up first as Snoopy’s secretary, then becomes a good friend whom Snoopy helps to fly South… but it is not until June 22, 1970 that the little bird gains a name, in a perfect salute to the decade that ends this volume: Woodstock.

Also Frieda is a prominent character
, Snoopy becomes “The Great Beagle” Charlie Brown’s baseball team has a winning streak and the little redheaded girl moves away.