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Time for school, Charlie Brown —Testa, Maggie, author.

Charlie Brown can't stop worrying about the new school year, and he enters the school's spelling bee in order to break out of his rut and do something extraordinary.

Snoopy, flying ace to the rescue —Bailer, Darice.

Instead of doing what other dogs do, Charlie Brown's dog imagines himself chasing the German World War I pilot, the Red Baron.

Lose the blanket, Linus! —Bailer, Darice.

Lucy thinks Linus is too attached to his blanket and wants to see what will happen to him without it.

Lucy's advice —Krulik, Nancy E.

Even though she thinks Charlie Brown is a hopeless case, Lucy the "psychiatrist" is still willing to give him advice--for five cents a visit.

It's time for school, Charlie Brown —Schulz, Charles M. (Charles Monroe), 1922-2000.

Charlie Brown faces another disaster at school when he enters the spelling bee.

You've got talent, Charlie Brown —Schulz, Charles M. (Charles Monroe), 1922-2000, author.

Charlie Brown will go to any lengths to impress the Little Red-Haired Girl. He'll try performing a magic act in the school talent show and strutting his stuff at the dance contest. But can Charlie Brown prove that he has...

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