Pretty Japanese Peanuts book

New releases

I hadn’t checked out the Japanese books in a while, and I’ll probably be doing a post soon on the cool covers I’ve found since my last stab at that, but… look at these! This is Snoopy Travel The World, a “healing scratch art” book, and I think what it is is that you see a white-on-black printed page, and you scratch away at the white to reveal the color underneath, and the pages that are shown as full of color without lines are the full page that is under the lined layer, and you’re really not supposed to see that all, but all of it is so lovely! Anyway, if these sample pages catch your eye (click to enlarge), head on over to the book’s listing at the Japanese Amazon site, click on the cover, and look through the rest of ’em!

New releases
Review: My First 100 Peanuts Words

  The first entry in the board book My First 100 Peanuts Words is Charlie Brown, which is arguably either two words or not a word at all. Like all of the 101 other entries in this book, it is accompanied by an illustration of the subject (or, in the case of music, a picture …

Classic finds
Review: O Natal de Charlie Brown

Recently added to the AAUGH.com Reference Library’s Excessive Accumulation of A Charlie Brown Christmas Books is O Natal de Charlie Brown, a 2011 Portuguese-language edition published by Brazilian publisher L&PM Editores. This is a translation of the 2008 American edition with the Tom Brannon illustrations that have been a staple for so many edition’s …

Classic finds
Apparently, I’m the Man, and not in a Stan-the-Man way

“I live my life thinking I’m the rebel, fighting against the forces that be, Then one day I see the real rebel in the distance, and the one she’s rebelling is me” –“The Man”, by Strange Not Dead, off the album Gotta Dammerung So I get to thinking about that odd …