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You're the Greatest, Charlie Brown

by Charles M. Schulz

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Charlie Brown competes in the Junior Olympics decathlon against several other "Peanuts" characters.

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Read the entire comic paper book August 21, 2017. Charlie Brown and his gang went through the holidays (and the days between) with many shenanigans. This particular Brown escapade went through Christmas to spring time baseball. Linus had a hard time with his sister Lucy when she "volunteered" him to sing at the local PTA Christmas program. A few days later Lucy again "volunteered" Linus for the 1963 New Year's eve program. Linus responded by running up a tree with a "ugggghh!" My favorite bit was when Charlie Brown give his dog Snoopy a plate of french fries. Snoopy: "Happiness is a side-dish of French Fries!" I most hardily agree. :) ( )
  robertbruceferguson | Aug 21, 2017 |
Good old Charlie Brown volunteers for the main event at the Junior Olympics. He has to face Freddy Fabulous and the Masked Marvel, and survive Peppermint Patty's tough training programme.
  skullduggery | Jan 5, 2009 |
A collection of comics from the mind of Charles Schultz who makes us laugh with the Peanuts gang. The kids who never seem to grow old. ( )
  foof2you | Sep 2, 2008 |
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