Be More Charlie Brown

Upcoming releases

DK Publishing, the publishers of my book Be More Snoopy, have announced a May release for another book in their popular Be More… series, Be More Charlie Brown.

The volume is described thusly:

A humorous and thoughtful pocket-size guide to living life your own way, inspired by Charlie Brown, the most philosophical member of the Peanuts gang.

Learn how to soldier on through everything life throws at you with Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang.

Good grief! Charlie Brown deals with disappointment on a daily basis, overcomes bullies, and keeps on going despite the frequent ennui of life. Develop your own unique philosophical and questioning outlook, give a big sigh, and be more like Charlie Brown with this humorous, thoughtful guide to life, perfect for holidays and all year round.

With original Charles M. Schulz comic-strip artwork accompanied by sharp witticisms and sage advice, Be More Charlie Brown is the perfect gift for friends, family, and colleagues who need guidance on bouncing back from everyday struggles and developing their own unique wisdom. Stand up to the Lucy in your life, learn how to confess your love for your valentine, and find the courage to kick that football!

No author has been announced. The book is available for preorder.

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