marycatelli (marycatelli) wrote,

The Complete Peanuts, Vol. 10: 1969–1970

The Complete Peanuts, Vol. 10: 1969–1970 by Charles M. Schulz

Peanuts, continuing. The red-haired girl moves away without Charlie Brown having the gumption to say Good-bye. Snoopy is a hockey player and a checkout worker -- hangs out with a bird who is finally named Woodstock -- is reported by Frieda to the Head Beagle for not chasing rabbits and has a stint AS the Head Beagle -- and we have the return of "A dark and stormy night" as Snoopy takes up writing entirely. Lucy pursues Schroeder and sees Charlie Brown -- and Snoopy, and Woodstock -- at her booth. And more.
Tags: fiction reviews: comic strips, fiction reviews: humor

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