Let’s face it, Charlie Brown! (1967)
Selected Cartoons from Go fly a kite, Charlie Brown Vol. II
Well, you can laugh at Charlie Brown all you want in this book… and you will — you will!
— Poor Charlie Brown. He never should have faced it!
We’re on your side, Charlie Brown by Charles M. Schulz (1965)
Selected Cartoons from But we love you, Charlie Brown Vol. I.
Anybody who’s anybody loves Charlie Brown. Charlie can do just about anything — the wrong way. And that’s not easy. It takes talent. To see Charlie in action is… well… indescribable. You just have to see for yourself. And even then you may not believe it. And if this isn’t enough, ask your neighborhood bookdealer about all the other Peanuts books in the new Fawcett Crest editions.
Fun with Peanuts (1967)
Selected Cartoons from Good Ol’ Charlie Brown Vol. I.
Everybody knows Peanuts are more fun than anybody! Good grief, yes! So there! Fawcett World Library. For more fun with Peanuts wherever paperbacks are sold.
What Next, Charlie Brown? (1964)
Selected Cartoons from You’re out of your mind, Charlie Brown Vol. II
Meet the new hero of today . . . The disorganization man otherwise known as Charlie Brown whose triumphant pursuit of success and happiness is unparalleled in modern literature. What next, Charlie Brown?
Look inside for more hilarious adventures with Charlie and the whole Peanuts gang, ask your smiling neighborhood bookdealer about the other Peanuts books in the new Crest editions.
Very Funny, Charlie Brown (1969)
Selected Cartoons from You’re out of your mind, Charlie Brown Vol. I.
— Don’t panic, Snoopy… it’s merely an attention getting device..
Why is Charlie Brown upside down? And out on a limb as well? Will he ever straighten out? Does Lucy really have all the answers? Is “Good Grief” all Snoopy can say? Read the book. If you can’t read, just look at the pictures. Or ask your baby sitter to read it to you. Even a parent will do. Parents love Peanuts. Especially parents who have children. And ask your smiling neighborhood bookdealer about the other Peanuts books in the new Crest editions.
All This, And Snoopy Too (1962)
Selected Cartoons from You can’t win, Charlie Brown Vol. 1.
Beware of Snoopy? Yes indeed.
Snoopy is dangerously habit-forming. A real spellbinder. No one is safe from his reckless charm, his dashing antics, his dogged imagination. But then who wants to be?
Charlie Brown and Snoopy (1970)
Selected Cartoons from As You Like It, Charlie Brown Volume I.