The Snoopy Treasures

The Snoopy Treasures : An Illustrated Celebration of the World Famous Beagle

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An illustrated celebration of the world's most famous beagle! Although it's not the "great American novel" written atop his doghouse, this book is pure Snoopy. The heart of the long-running, beloved comic strip Peanuts, Snoopy is an instantly recognizable character around the world. The pages in this comprehensive volume cover Snoopy's inspiration, first appearances, and his evolution into the lovable character from the Daisy Hill Puppy Farm we're familiar with today. Get the scoop on his relationships with his best friend, Woodstock, Charlie Brown, and the rest of the gang. Snoopy fans will treasure the collection of removable memorabilia and fun illustrations from the Schulz museum, while enjoying the extensive knowledge of Nat Gertler, an expert on the subject of Peanuts. Fling yourself into this book and join in the happy dance!
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Product details

  • Hardback | 176 pages
  • 211 x 300 x 25mm | 1,361g
  • English
  • Illustrations, unspecified
  • 1626864403
  • 9781626864405
  • 3,330,032

About Nat Gertler

Nat Gertler is the author of about two dozen books, the Eisner-nominated writer of hundreds of comic book stories, and a Peanuts specialist. He has written a major book on Peanuts (The Peanuts Collection) and various stories for the Peanuts comic book, and he appears in featurettes on Peanuts DVDs, publishes books of Charles M. Schulz's less well-known work, and writes about collecting Peanuts books. He lives and works in Southern California.
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