Peanuts in Translation in Collection

The Charles M. Schulz Museum is currently running an exhibit of Yoshiteru Otani’s Peanuts-themed ink drawings, called Found In Translation. They’re also putting out a catalog for this exhibition, which will not be available through AAUGH.com but can now be ordered through the Charles M. Schulz Museum Store; the section on Exhibit Catalogs is toward the bottom of the page. I’ve not yet gotten a chance to see and review this volume, but there is a sample spread from it that can be seen by clicking on the cover image on that page, so you can see for yourself what it’s like!

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Not authorized, but is it legal?

AAUGH Blog reader Debbie Anne pointed out to me the announcement of this curious upcoming volume, Charlie and Friends in Tip Top Comics – The Dell Series Reader Collection. This is a reprint of original Peanuts stories that appeared in the Tip Top series, and will be available in black-and-white …

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Get your BE MORE SNOOPY signed

Be More Snoopy is out today, and I’m already getting the “how can I get this signed?” query. Well, unsurprisingly, I have no signing tour on the schedule…. but all you have to do is email me your U.S. address, and I will email you a signed bookplate (that’s a …

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Review: Let’s Go to the Library!

The new “Ready-to-Read Level Two” storybook Let’s Go to the Library! is officially “by Charles M. Schulz, adapted by May Nakamura, illustrated by Robert Pope”, and it’s actually valid to call it an adaptation (which is not true of some of these storybooks.) This tale of Sally’s first trip to …