Life Lessons from Lucy
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Our favourite cartoon cynic shares her lessons on life in this beautifully produced gift book for all generations. In her inimitable style, Lucy spends her days teasing Charlie Brown, offering up psychiatric advice, giving her little brother Linus a hard time and relentlessly pursuing her beloved piano player, Schroeder. For the millions of faithful Charles Schulz fans, and those who fondly remember the crabby girl in the blue dress, this is the first in a new series to cherish that will see the beguiling Peanuts gang share their sentiments on everything from food to friendship.

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Product details

  • Hardback | 80 pages
  • 139 x 158 x 13mm | 188g
  • Canongate Books Ltd
  • Edinburgh, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Main
  • 1782113118
  • 9781782113119
  • 121,833

About Charles M. Schulz

Charles M. Schulz was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1922 and grew up in Saint Paul. He gained a reputation worldwide as a cartoonist for his work on Peanuts. He died in 2000.

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It's impossible to think of another popular art form that reaches across generations the way the daily comic strip does ... at the pinnacle of that long tradition, there was Charles Schulz * Seattle Times * Charles Schulz was an American treasure - an artist, philosopher, and keen observer of human life -- BILL CLINTON The world of Peanuts is a microcosm, a little human comedy for the innocent reader and for the sophisticated -- UMBERTO ECO Charles Schulz was a great artist and philosopher ... he teaches all ages that if you can learn to laugh at the things that cause you the most pain you will be the strongest of all. Peanuts: a real way of life -- JOHN WATERS

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It's impossible to think of another popular art form that reaches across generations the way the daily comic strip does . . . at the pinnacle of that long tradition, there was Charles Schulz Seattle Times

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