It may seem hard to believe but Charles Schulz, the creator of the Peanuts comic strip, passed away 16 years ago and yet Peanuts is as popular as ever even spawning a computer animated movie.
One of the stars of the movie was Woodstock, the little yellow bird friend
of Snoopy the beagle.
Introduced not long after the famous rock concert/festival of the same name,
Woodstock soon garnered a legion of fans.
Not bad for a little bird that didn't talk and seemed totally clueless-or
Andrews McMeel Publishing, through
its amp! kids imprint, presents the adventures of Woodstock, in full color, in
its new collection: Woodstock Master Of Disguise which also includes a
full-color, pull-out poster.
If you're as big a fan of Woodstock as I am you're sure to love his
adventures along with his good buddy Snoopy.
For a totally different type of animal shenanigans be sure to check out the
latest Get Fuzzy collection: I'm Gluten Furious! by Darby Conley.
This Treasury edition collects both black and white daily comic strips and
Sunday color strips in a huge square-bound, soft-back book that is lean, mean
and so filled with irreverent, off-the-wall and totally hilarious fun that
you'll laugh so hard you'll burn calories.
Pity poor Rob the human owner of Bucky Katt and Satchell Pooch as he
tolerates their outrageous and often slapstick shenanigans.
It's classic dog and cat conflicts brought to a whole new level of hilarity!
Moderation is overrated.