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Who do you think you are, Charlie Brown? : selected cartoons from'Peanuts… (edition 1968)

by Charles Monroe Schulz

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Title:Who do you think you are, Charlie Brown? : selected cartoons from'Peanuts every Sunday,'vol.1
Authors:Charles Monroe Schulz
Info:Hodder Fawcett, 1968.
Collections:Read but unowned, Favorites
Rating:*****
Tags:20th century, anthology, American, art, beagle, cartoon, children, comic strip, dog, fiction, graphic novel, humour, illustrated, paperback, Snoopy, US author

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Who Do You Think You Are, Charlie Brown? by Charles M. Schulz

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