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In 1969 Snoopy became the first beagle on the moon, but it's not the first time Charles M. Schulz wrote about space. Whether the moon doubles as Charlie Brown's head, or it gives something for Snoopy to howl at, the moon and space has always played a role in the PEANUTS universe and this collection has them all! Black and White, 129 strips
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This classic Fawcett Crest digital reprint collects classic PEANUTS strips from 1975, featuring Snoopy leading his Beagle Scouts, Peppermint Patty's lazy-hazy school days, and Schroeder and Lucy's vicious circle of love! BW 130 pages.
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This is supposed to be a book about all the different things moose can do, like leaping and jumping and being really tall. But maybe Whoopsie isn't the right moose for the job. You might want to pick a different moose for this book. Maybe instead we can do a book about falling down a lot? Yeah! Whoopsie would be great at that.This hilarious book about a clumsy moose shows that sometimes being a little different can make one great story.
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After seeking the help of a strange old woman, Gerta is amazed to see a tiny girl emerge from the blooming petals of a magical flower! Gerta has always wanted a child of her own, so she adopts the tiny maiden and names her Thumbelina. While Gerta sleeps, a strange creature creeps forth from the darkness and steals Thumbelina into the night. Lost and alone in a forest, Thumbelina must seek the aid of the forest creatures if she is to ever see Gerta again.
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Mason and his cousin are headed to a new beach with their aunt Molly. But when Molly takes them to a tide pool, Mason is disappointed. There's no sand, just lots and lots of rocks. Will anything save this beach day?
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Tells the adventures of David and Ben who use a time machine to go back a few days, in order to retake a test that they failed.
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In 1979 Ringer Publishing Paperbacks released Time for Frank and His Friend, the first collection of Clarence “Otis” Dooley’s legendary comic strip that wasn’t a reprint of his newspaper work. Well, it’s not 1979 anymore, but we’ve got first edition “deadstock” copies of this best-selling comic paperback. And it’s just as terrific as you remember! But don’t worry if you don’t remember it -- the strip and the cartoonist never existed! Since 2010, Curio & Co. has been creating entertainment collectibles from an alternate history that play with the power of nostalgia and re-create warm memories from childhood. These were the kind of comics that you hid behind the textbook in Mrs. Henderson’s Social Studies class. She’d always threaten to take it away if she saw it again, but she never did. (She was sweeter than we ever gave her credit for.)
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Choo choo! All aboard this joyful celebration of the railroad! Timmy and his sister Tammy love trains, so their parents treat them to the ride of their lives. Sitting on the smallest scale engine, the children begin a magical journey that transports them onto ever-larger locomotives and brings their ultimate fantasy to life. Over the course of one trip, the boy and girl gaze out the windows of bigger and bigger trains, from historic cable cars to modern passenger liners. Along the way Timmy and Tammy see new colors and hear the unique noises from streetcars and subways to bullet and freight trains. Traveling through the countryside and city, the kids cross tunnels, bridges, and highways, and revel in a dazzling daydream. Hold onto your seats and ticket stubs!
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Over 200 pages! All the new issues of the comic book series from based off the 1950’s classic! Long before Kirk, Spock, and those other guys went to school, Tom Corbett, Roger Manning, and Astro were attending Space Academy, in a TV series that sparked novels, comic strips, and merchandise. Tom is the charismatic leader of the team, Roger is the sharp-tongued navigator, and Astro controls engineering. The cadets have their first encounter with a dangerous new enemy with a surprising origin! This special digital edition features never before seen images and stories!
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The classic 1950's space adventures are back! Tom Corbett, Roger Manning, and Astro were attending Space Academy, in a TV series that sparked novels, comic strips, and merchandise. This edition is from October 1953, "The Space Traitor": Bob Keen is about to be commissioned into the Solar Guard, but helps his brother escape from a prison on the moon.
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