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Meh.I ve always enjoyed Charles Schultz animated films I d never really read the comics before I got it thinking my 7 year old would enjoy them He was quickly bored, and I took over The comics are wordy, not really funny, and a had lot of frustrated characters I skimmed the rest, looking for some gems, and just never found anything that even made me grin While the comics don t seem to be for me, I still have fond memories of the movies Thank you Netgalley and Andrews McMeel PublishingMeh.I ve always enjoyed Charles Schultz animated films I d never really read the comics before I got it thinking my 7 year old would enjoy them He was quickly bored, and I took over The comics are wordy, not really funny, and a had lot of frustrated characters I skimmed the rest, looking for some gems, and just never found anything that even made me grin While the comics don t seem to be for me, I still have fond memories of the movies Thank you Netgalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing for a free digital copy in exchange for an honest review. Charles Schulz and his beloved Peanuts gang still thrilling readers young and old, after all theses years Since 1969, Snoopy has been an adored favorite of the Macy s Thanksgiving Day Parade Often with his canary yellow, feathered sidekick Woodstock, along for the ride And no matter how many Peanuts comic strips I read, they never grow old Especially those featuring Snoopy Always great for a laugh, or a pick me up, or a warm fuzzy smile.In this collection, Woodstock and Snoopy make quit Charles Schulz and his beloved Peanuts gang still thrilling readers young and old, after all theses years Since 1969, Snoopy has been an adored favorite of the Macy s Thanksgiving Day Parade Often with his canary yellow, feathered sidekick Woodstock, along for the ride And no matter how many Peanuts comic strips I read, they never grow old Especially those featuring Snoopy Always great for a laugh, or a pick me up, or a warm fuzzy smile.In this collection, Woodstock and Snoopy make quite the pair Reflective of the give and take of real life friendships Not everything works out perfectly Not everything is sunshine and lollipops Sometimes friends annoy each other, let each other down, disappoint, irk, or become temporarily estranged when pride gets in the way But they never stop caring for each other, way down deep where it really counts.More kudos to crow about being that this is a book produced with children in mind it includes interesting ornithology tidbits, recipe for an Edible Woodstock Nest, a mini Charles M Schulz bio, and a vibrant pullout poster featuring everyone s beloved beagle and his all weather friend Ostriches have the largest eyes of any land animal Who knew Schulz drew 17,897 comic strips throughout his career That s a LOT A group of larks is called and exaltationa group of ravens is called an unkindness, a group of owls is called a parliament This bookish owl votes FOUR STARS, with a happy lark 3.5 StarsRead all my reviews on Consisting of a lot of different short comics featuring Snoopy but mostly Woodstock and some others of the Peanuts gang this was a nice surprise for me I d never read any Peanuts comics before and I liked them They were not extremely funny or something, and the name is a bit weird becauseoften Woodstock isn t wearing any kind of disguise.What also helped were some nostalgic feeling to the series I used to watch, and P 3.5 StarsRead all my reviews on Consisting of a lot of different short comics featuring Snoopy but mostly Woodstock and some others of the Peanuts gang this was a nice surprise for me I d never read any Peanuts comics before and I liked them They were not extremely funny or something, and the name is a bit weird becauseoften Woodstock isn t wearing any kind of disguise.What also helped were some nostalgic feeling to the series I used to watch, and Peanuts in general I was pleasantly surprised and also got a copy of Snoopy Master of Disguise, which I hope to read some time soon.Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review Received from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.The illustrations themselves were cute, but I barely cracked a smile I missed the sweet, warm feeling that I usually feel whenever I see a film about Snoopy and the whole gang This is okay to pass the time with, but it lacks magic. ( Download Book ) ⚐ Woodstock: Master of Disguise(PEANUTS AMP! Series Book 4) ⚖ Woodstock might be the smallest of all the Peanuts gang, but he s got a lot to say, even if Snoopy is the only one who understands him That s because Snoopy is Woodstock s Friend of Friends, and together they write masterpieces, fly airplanes, find the perfect place to nap, and win over the hearts of readers all over the world Whether he s falling in love with a snowflake or crash landing on the tip of Snoopy s nose, Woodstock is the little yellow bird with a big personality It takes than a strong wind to ruffle Woodstock s feathers, although it s a good thing he has Snoopy to keep his little yellow feet on the ground Don t miss out on the newest AMP Peanuts collection featuring Woodstock, the most recognizable yellow bird in the world even in disguise Woodstock Master of Disguise is a great reprint of strips from Charles Schulz featuring Woodstock They ve been rendered in color, but that just makes themfun to read.I ve always liked the character of Woodstock The title of the book is a little misleading since he doesn t always wear a disguise Except when he s invited to Thanksgiving dinner Or when he wants to be in Snoopy s beagle scout troop He also has a bad habit of flying upside down, and into things like trees He can get lo Woodstock Master of Disguise is a great reprint of strips from Charles Schulz featuring Woodstock They ve been rendered in color, but that just makes themfun to read.I ve always liked the character of Woodstock The title of the book is a little misleading since he doesn t always wear a disguise Except when he s invited to Thanksgiving dinner Or when he wants to be in Snoopy s beagle scout troop He also has a bad habit of flying upside down, and into things like trees He can get lost in snow pretty easy too, since he s so small He doesn t say much I can understand, but he sure likes to talk a lot.It s great to see these in reprint, and I think the humor holds up It s definitely a kinder, gentler, subtler humor from another era That may or may not play for younger audiences, but as a beloved part of my youth, Peanuts can always make me smile.I received a review copy of this ebook from Andrews McMeel Publishing and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review Thank you for allowing me to review this fun ebook I m pretty sure there s a word used to describe a review for a Charles Schulz book That word is useless I mean it s Charles Schulz One would think a review was unnecessary You can never just walk past Peanuts They re a part of life Unless they re not Than where have you been you re entire life I mean the characters are being used to sell insurance Especially Snoopy and Woodstock This collection is the cutest thing ever I love seeing everything those two can get into Perfect for an I m pretty sure there s a word used to describe a review for a Charles Schulz book That word is useless I mean it s Charles Schulz One would think a review was unnecessary You can never just walk past Peanuts They re a part of life Unless they re not Than where have you been you re entire life I mean the characters are being used to sell insurance Especially Snoopy and Woodstock This collection is the cutest thing ever I love seeing everything those two can get into Perfect for any Peanuts fan That, of course, is from one Peanuts fan to another I received this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.ORIGINAL REVIEW POST Although I ve known of Snoopy and Woodstock since I was little, and have always thought they looked like cute characters, this was my first time reading a Peanuts comic book and my first time seeing the characters personality I was disappointed to find the whole vibe of the comics to be generally pretty grumpy and the result was not the chuckle inducing experience I had anticipated Not to my taste I m afraid. I love sharing Charles Schulz books with my kids It s just a rite of passage to fall in love with Snoopy and the gang. There is something just so beautiful about the bond between Snoopy, a Beagle, and Woodstock, a little tiny bird This book showed me just how much trouble the two can get in and how much love they have for one another I believe the world would be a better place if we could just simply love and get along with one another like Snoopy and Woodstock At times they get on each other s nerves, but they always seem to care for and love one another Overall, this was a fun read I enjoyed seeing the an There is something just so beautiful about the bond between Snoopy, a Beagle, and Woodstock, a little tiny bird This book showed me just how much trouble the two can get in and how much love they have for one another I believe the world would be a better place if we could just simply love and get along with one another like Snoopy and Woodstock At times they get on each other s nerves, but they always seem to care for and love one another Overall, this was a fun read I enjoyed seeing the antics these two get into But most importantly, I loved seeing their friendship and love for one another