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It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown —Schulz, Charles M. (Charles Monroe), 1922-2000.

Lucy is busy rigging the Easter egg hunt, Peppermint Patty and Marcie can't seem to make Easter eggs no matter how many times they try, and Linus is waiting for the Easter Beagle to bring candy and eggs for everyone.

Let's go to the library —Schulz, Charles M. (Charles Monroe), 1922-2000, author.

Sally is so excited--she is going to the library to get her very first library card. She can't wait to check out her very first book. Luckily, Charlie Brown, Linus and the rest of her friends are there to help!

It's springtime, Snoopy! —Gallo, Tina, author.

"It's been a long winter, and the Peanuts gang can't wait to enjoy springtime--by having picnics in the park, flying kites, and playing baseball!."

Make a trade, Charlie Brown! —Schulz, Charles M. (Charles Monroe), 1922-2000.

Springtime means it's baseball season, and Charlie Brown wants this to be the year his team finally wins a game! Charlie Brown's only option is to make some trades to improve his team. He calls Peppermint Patty to make a...

A Charlie Brown valentine —Schulz, Charles M. (Charles Monroe), 1922-2000.

Charlie Brown has a crush on the Little Red-haired Girl and wants to invite her to the Valentine's Day dance, but she doesn't know that he exists.

A Snoopy tale —Michaels, Patty, author.

"Snoopy writes a book about his younger days, but Charlie Brown has a few corrections!"-- Provided by publisher.

If I gave the world my blanket —Thompson, Justin Ray, author, illustrator.

This comforting board book features Linus and his blanket as he explores themes of kindness, caring, generosity, and friendship. The lyrical text accompanied with sweet imagery is a perfect combination for warming reader...

Gobble up, Snoopy! —Schulz, Charles M. (Charles Monroe), 1922-2000.

Snoopy is feeling thankful, so he writes a thank you note to his favorite thing: his food bowl! Snoopy loves supper time, and while he is busy remembering his best meals, Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang are cooking up...

It's a home run, Charlie Brown! —Schulz, Charles M. (Charles Monroe), 1922-2000.

Charlie Brown is the manager of the losingest baseball team in Little League.

Snoopy goes to school —Cooper, Jason, author.

Snoopy is visiting school for a day! He gets to go to Charlie Brown's class to participate in show-and-tell. While he's there, he aces a quiz and learns that school is a lot more fun than dog obedience training!

The great pumpkin strikes again! —Fontes, Justine.

Linus spends his Halloween in the pumpkin patch waiting for the Great Pumpkin to appear.

A Snoopy tale —Michaels, Patty, adapter.

Snoopy writes a book about his younger days, but Charlie Brown has some corrections!

Snoopy's Christmas surprise —Cooper, Jason (Comic book writer), author.

When his brother, Spike, cannot come for a visit at Christmas, Snoopy develops the holiday blues.

Go fly a kite, Charlie Brown! —Schulz, Charles M. (Charles Monroe), 1922-2000.

"It's a beautiful day to fly a kite, but as soon as Charlie Brown's kite catches a nice gust of wind...it gets eaten up by the kite-eating tree! Good grief. When he tries again, the tree eats that kite too. Charlie Brown...

Friends forever, Snoopy —Schulz, Charles M. (Charles Monroe), 1922-2000.

Celebrates the friendship enjoyed by Snoopy, Charlie Brown, and the whole Peanuts gang.

Peanuts : countdown to Halloween! : with a story a day

This collection of Peanuts stories has everything Halloween-costumes, parties, trick or treating, and the Great Pumpkin! There's a story for each day in October to make the time before the best day of the year pass more ...

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