Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Woodstock: Master of Disguise - Book Review

Woodstock: Master of DisguiseWoodstock: Master of Disguise by Charles M. Schulz
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
April 28th 2015 by Andrews McMeel Publishing

Woodstock might be the smallest of all the Peanuts gang, but he’s got a lot to say, even if Snoopy is the only one who understands him. That’s because Snoopy is Woodstock’s “Friend of Friends,” and together they write masterpieces, fly airplanes, find the perfect place to nap, and win over the hearts of readers all over the world.
Whether he’s falling in love with a snowflake or crash-landing on the tip of Snoopy’s nose, Woodstock is the little yellow bird with a big personality. It takes more than a strong wind to ruffle Woodstock’s feathers, although it’s a good thing he has Snoopy to keep his little yellow feet on the ground.
Don’t miss out on the newest AMP! Peanuts collection featuring Woodstock, the most recognizable yellow bird in the world—even in disguise!


I'm pretty sure there's a word used to describe a review for a Charles Schulz book.
That word is: useless.
I mean it's Charles Schulz! One would think a review was unnecessary.

You can never just walk past Peanuts! They're a part of life.
(Unless they're not. Than where have you been you're entire life?)
I mean the characters are being used to sell insurance! (That insurance is why I have two Snoopys)

Especially Snoopy and Woodstock.
This collection is the cutest thing ever. I love seeing everything those two can get into.

Perfect for any Peanuts fan.
That, of course, is from one Peanuts fan to another.
 

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