Once upon a time, I worked in Quality Assurance at a computer company, and discovered that even after leaving work, I would be finding bugs and crashing computers even in my leisure activities. I crashed a whole bank of information computers at Disney World. I discovered a bug in an arcade game that had it giving me two games for the price of one. Stuff like that. And as I publish books and do most of the editorial effort myself, even though I am far from perfect in that effort, I can’t turn off the editing eyes I’ve developed.
So it’s with that in mind that I must tell you that, if you share my tendency, you should still get the lovely Peanuts Artist’s Edition… but skip the final page, which features a biography of Schulz. It has typographical errors (there’s a difference between a hyphen and a dash, folks.) It has problematic word choices (notoriety doesn’t just mean fame; it means fame with a bad reputation. The adjective form of it is notorious.) And it’s got one major spelling error so big that AAUGH Blog reader Pat was able to spot it just by watching the video I made of me flipping through the book. I bet many of you will spot it as well: