Schulz’s Youth – still available!

I sometimes lament thatĀ Schulz’s Youth, the book I compiled as the most complete collection of Schulz’s cartoons for the Church of God, is out of print. This is, after all material that is mostly not in print anywhere. However, when I say that, I should remember that “out of print” means “not available from the publisher” (me), not “not available at all”.

The book went out of print because I only had a limited-time license on the cartoons. However, when the end of that time was coming up, I gave the Schulz Museum a very good deal on some remaining copies… and they still have some. So if you want this book (and you should!), head on over to the Charles M. Schulz Museum Store Site! You get a good book, and the money goes to a good place!

(Thanks to curator Benjamin L. Clark for the reminder!)


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