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

On Halloween, Linus and Sally wait for the Great Pumpkin, while the other children go for treats. And all Charlie Brown gets for trick-or-treat is a rock.

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...

Space traveler Sally Brown —Hastings, Ximena, author.

Sally Brown is reading a book about Sally Ride, the first woman in space. There's only one thing to do: become an astronaut, too!

Lose the blanket, Linus! —Schulz, Charles M. (Charles Monroe), 1922-2000, author.

"Big sister Lucy think it's time for Linus to give up his blanket. But can Linus survive without his blanket forever? He may not even make it through one night!"--Page [4] of cover.

Snoopy takes off! —Schulz, Charles M. (Charles Monroe), 1922-2000, author.

Welcome to Snoopy's world! What will Snoopy be today? Will he be a flying ace, or a writer working on the next great American novel? Anything is possible in Snoopy's imagination. Join Snoopy on some of his favorite adven...

The legend of the Great Pumpkin —Shaw, Natalie, author.

Despite never seeing it in person, Linus returns to the pumpkin patch year after year, hoping to spot the Great Pumpkin.

When Snoopy met Woodstock —Hastings, Ximena, author.

Learn how Snoopy and Woodstock met and became best friends in this Level 2 Ready-to-Read guaranteed to make readers smile!

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...

Happy Thanksgiving, Snoopy! —Cooper, Jason (Comic book writer), author.

The Peanuts gang has a lot to be thankful for. When Charlie Brown's grandmother cancels Thanksgiving dinner, he and the Peanuts gang make up a new tradition for the holiday! They learn that what matters most is being tog...

Let's fly a kite, Charlie Brown! —Verr, Harry Coe, author.

Charlie Brown and his friends enjoy a variety of activities, from flying a kite in the spring to sledding in the winter.

A Snoopy tale —Michaels, Patty, author.

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

Snoopy and Woodstock : best friends forever! —Gallo, Tina, author.

When Snoopy discovers Woodstock's baby book, he shares it with his best friend, and together they reminisce about how they met.

Charlie Brown's Christmas tales

While Linus writes his letters to Santa, Lucy tries her best to be nice, Charlie Brown and Sally wait up for Santa and Snoopy has a run in with a ferocious cat next door.

It's the great pumpkin, Charlie Brown —Bryant, Megan E.

On Halloween, Linus waits with Sally in the pumpkin patch for the Great Pumpkin.

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