Japanese Snoopy books galore

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I like that this Snoopy cookie cookbook (cookiebook? cookbookie?):

…uses the same Snoopy/Woodstock picture as this Snoopy, umm, dolphin repair manual(? guessing):

…and Amazon Japan even advertised them to me right next to each other!

Also available: Snoopy and Woodstock Slide into Asgard!:

Please note that this strip collection, which is genuinely titled Love is Liking People, I’m not making that one up, and which really is in Japanese despite the all-English cover, uses an entirely different image:

 

Snoopy escapes the bounds of the book and journeys into the third dimension!

Snoopy’s Guide to a Balanced Diet… Balanced On Your Head!

 

Oh, and since I said on the podcast “click through on any Amazon link and they’ll give me a kickback on anything you order”, I should note that that doesn’t apply to Amazon Japan links like the ones above. But hey, here’s an Amazon US link for a book just released: A Valentine for LinusYou can support the AAUGH Blog effort by clicking on that before your Amazon shopping.

New releases
Nothing better to do than post more Japanese Peanuts books

Back to venturing through Japanese Peanuts publications, relying on my complete inability to read Japanese and my lack of experience with their culture. For example, I am very unsure what the Snoopy 3Way Book is. I suspect it is far more innocent than a US publication with “threeway” in the …

New releases
Review: You’re a Good Kid, Charlie Brown

Limericks can be tricky to form. Their rhyme scheme has a well-defined norm. They all go in this way: it’s A A B B A And the last line should hit like a storm.   And yet writers must be really slick to tell folks that its a limerick. For …

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More recent Japanese books

I’m flitting through Amazon Japan, finding lots of books I’ve not seen before. I’m just posting the ones with interesting covers or things that suggest interesting content… but I don’t read Japanese, don’t know what’s in them, and having more fun guessing my own guesses rather than asking someone. There …