Coming covers.

Upcoming releases

We’ve got covers for some of the upcoming releases!

The cover for the kid-targeted strip collection Charlie Brown: All Tied Up really helps straighten up the confusion between being tied down and being tied up. This is clearly up.

Christmas is Here! is a children’s storybook that’s intended to help you find the location of Christmas on a map, I reckon. (It’s somewhere near Easter Island. Christmas being short for Christ-landmass. It’s just short of the New Year’s Date Line. This is why they don’t let me teach school, people!) Anyway, it looks like Snoopy is taking Woodstock for a walk in a wok.

Peanuts: The Poster Book (or, as Amazon’s listing is calling it, The Peanuts Poster Book) is  a poster book containing posters, in book form. (Actually, according to the cover, it’s not even posters, it’s “prints”.) It would be nice to know what size these things are. These are meant to be “suitable for framing,” so probably not too large.

Upcoming releases
Peanuts Papers publishing plans, picture, preorders

You can finally preorder The Peanuts Papers: Charlie Brown, Snoopy & the Gang, and the Meaning of Life, the book of essays by some real heavy-hitter literary types, including two major Jonathans (Lethem of Motherless Brooklyn and The Fortress of Solitude fame and Franzen of The Correctionsand Freedom), critic of music and ethics Chuck Klosterman, The Ice …

Upcoming releases
Another Peanuts cookbook coming!

Heading our way in October is the Peanuts Holiday Cookbook, a cookbook of holiday foods featuring the Peanuts character. (Hey, does it sometimes seem like I’m getting paid by the word for writing this, like I’ll say a title and then repeat the information that is clearly in that title, …

Upcoming releases
Born to Draw Comics cover

So now we have a cover for Born to Draw Comics, a September-shipping book on “Charles Schulz and the creation of Peanuts”. The book’s descriptor says that this is a “mixed-panel format picture book biography”, which leads me to think that it’s mostly but not completely in the comics form. If …