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.Charles Schulz's Peanuts strips and characters are loved internationally, appealing to fans young and old since they first appeared in the 1950s. The Bumper Book of Peanuts takes us back to the golden age of Peanuts, gathering the very best of the strip from the 60s, 70s and 80s. Packed with strips featuring Snoopy, Woodstock, Charlie Brown, Lucy, Linus, Peppermint Patty and the rest of the beloved gang, this beautifully produced bumper collection is sure to delight Peanuts fans of all generations.A bumper collection of the very best strips from the golden age of PeanutsIt'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 SchulzI became obsessed . . . It's hilarious. We all went to school with a Lucy, or a LinusCharles Schulz was, plain and simple, 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 allThe world of Peanuts is a microcosm, a little human comedy for the innocent reader and for the sophisticatedThe Complete Peanuts confronts us afresh with what a brilliant, truly modern and totally weird idea it was to create a comic strip about a chronically depressed child . . .Charles Schulz's brilliant, angst-ridden, truly funny, fifty-year-long masterpiece of joy and heartbreakSnoopy: the protean trickster whose freedom is founded on his confidence that he's lovable at heart, the quick-change artist who, for the sheer joy of it, can become a helicopter or a hockey player or Head Beagle and then again, in a flash, before his virtuosity has a chance to alienate you or diminish you, be the eager little dog who just wants dinnerCharles Schulz was an American treasure - an artist, philosopher, and keen observer of human lifeForget Wittgenstein and Sartre, the great 20th Century philosopher was SnoopyOne can scarcely overstate the importance of Peanuts to the comics, or overstate its influence on all of us who have followed
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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.