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On October 2, 1950, a small phenomenon was launched in just seven newspapers: It was the birth of Charles Schulz’s comic strip, “Peanuts.” Now, 65 years later, we can’t even imagine a world without Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy, Linus, Schroeder and the gang. And to celebrate 65 years of Lucy pulling the football out from under Charlie Brown…Lucy tormenting Schroeder with her love…Linus and his security blanket…and Snoopy and his innumerable personas, I have a treat for you: this gorgeous 65th anniversary collection of the greatest daily and weekly strips from every decade that Charles Schulz created “Peanuts.”

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CELEBRATING PEANUTS: 65 YEARS is just out from Andrews McMeel publishing and retails for $45. Enter my giveaway to win your own copy and be the envy of Peanuts fans everywhere. This really is a wonderful collection of the very best of Peanuts. Relive your youth, when you ran straight to the Sunday comics to see Peanuts in full color, and when the annual airing “A Charlie Brown Christmas” became a beloved tradition.

The Peanuts Movie hits Theaters on November 6th!



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Disclosure: FSM Blogs was provided with the information and prize package in this post as a part of the Peanuts Ambassador Program.

20 thoughts on “Win Celebrating Peanuts: 65 Years Book #PeanutsMovie

  1. So excited that my 5 year old wants to see this movie. I used to love Peanuts/Snoopy growing up. Carrying on traditions are awesome!

  2. I remember not being able to wait for the Sunday paper when I was a kid, so that I could read the Peanuts comic!

  3. I remember being excited every year as Halloween approached because it meant that I would finally get to see the Charlie Brown specials again.

  4. I remember watching when I was a kid and that was a long time ago. My son who has autism loves Snoopy and Charlie brown. Our favorites are Charlie Brown Christmas and The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown.

  5. I don`t remember an age. Snoopy/Peanuts has always been in my life and have always loved all the characters, especially Charlie Brown!

  6. Ever since I can remember we watched A Charlie Brown Christmas on Christmas Eve. We’ve continued the tradition with our kids, as well as some of our other Holiday Charlie Brown favorites!

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