Peanuts Calendars


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Good Grief! Some Dates Are Hard to Remember:

Special Occasion Datebook
Here's a touching date book in which to record birthdays, anniversaries, and other important days. Functional and attractive--filled with images of the Peanuts gang--it's certain to bring a smile every time it's used. Color and B&W illustrations throughout.

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Peanuts 2005 Mini Wall Calendar
It's amazing that a round-headed kid with anxieties about almost everything, a dog who imagines himself a World War I Flying Ace, and a bossy girl with a huge crush on a musician have captured our hearts for more than fifty years. It's mind-boggling that Peanuts strips are syndicated in 2,400 newspapers globally, more than 350 million Peanuts books have been sold worldwide, Peanuts television holiday specials have aired continuously since their debuts in the 1960s, and that a new Peanuts special, "Lucy Must Be Traded, Charlie Brown," aired in 2003. It's wonderful that Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy, and the rest of the Peanuts Gang still make millions of fans smile every day. This calendar may be mini-sized, but it's mighty fun. Each full-color spread presents a beloved Peanuts character along with a classic comic strip.

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Peanuts 2005 Mini Page-A-Day Calendar
It's amazing that a round-headed kid with anxieties about almost everything, a dog who imagines himself a World War I Flying Ace, and a bossy girl with a huge crush on a musician have captured our hearts for more than fifty years. It's mind-boggling that Peanuts strips are syndicated in 2,400 newspapers globally, more than 350 million Peanuts books have been sold worldwide, Peanuts television holiday specials have aired continuously since their debuts in the 1960s, and that a new Peanuts special, "Lucy Must Be Traded, Charlie Brown," aired in 2003. It's wonderful that Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy, and the rest of the Peanuts Gang still make millions of fans smile every day. This calendar may be mini-sized, but it's mighty fun. Each full-color spread presents a beloved Peanuts character along with a classic comic strip.

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Peanuts 2004-2005 16-Month Engagement Calendar
It's amazing that a round-headed kid with anxieties about almost everything, a dog who imagines himself a World War I Flying Ace, and a bossy girl with a huge crush on a musician have captured our hearts for more than fifty years. It's mind-boggling that Peanuts strips are syndicated in 2,400 newspapers globally, more than 350 million Peanuts books have been sold worldwide, Peanuts television holiday specials have aired continuously since their debuts in the 1960s, and that a new Peanuts special, "Lucy Must Be Traded, Charlie Brown," aired in 2003. It's wonderful that Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy, and the rest of the Peanuts Gang still make millions of fans smile every day. This calendar may be mini-sized, but it's mighty fun. Each full-color spread presents a beloved Peanuts character along with a classic comic strip.

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Peanuts 2004 Mini Wall Calendar
Get your fix of Peanuts with this fun format. Each full-color spread features a favorite Peanuts pals and a classic comic strip.

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Peanuts 2004 Day-To-Day Calendar
Not a day goes by without the timeless humor of the Peanuts gang. This calendar contains 366 daily and Sunday strips.

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Peanuts 2004 Mini Day-To-Day Calendar
It may be tiny, but big grins abound with this calendar around. Each delightfully diminutive page shows a full-color image of a favorite Peanuts character.

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Peanuts 16-Month Engagement Calendar
This is a new format in AMP's successful Peanuts line. Each weekly spread features a full-color Sunday comic. There is planning space for each day and plenty of room for notes too.

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Peanuts Let's Play 2003 Block Calendar
Charlie Brown believes the world needs baseball games as much as it needs rain...even when his team loses eighty-six to nothing. Snoopy is mad about hockey...so long as he can drive the Zamboni. Lucy's always ready in the outfield ...with another excuse for missing that fly ball. This day-to-day calendar is all about the Game and features a classic Peanuts strip every day. It's sports according to Peanuts. Let's play.

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Peanuts 2003 Calendar: The Gang's All Here
All the most beloved Peanuts characters are here, one featured each month of the year. Included on every spread is a classic strip pointing out the quirky personality and peculiar but endearing habits of Charlie Brown, Lucy, Linus, or any of the rest of the Peanuts gang.

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Peanuts 2002 Day-To-Day Calendar [BOX CALENDAR]
How does one explain the staying power of "Peanuts," the comic strip that began quietly in 1950 and became a worldwide phenomenon over the next fifty years? What is so special about Snoopy, a cartoon beagle, that he had been commemorated with a U.S. Postal Service stamp? Why would "Peanuts" creator Charles M. Schulz be awarded a Congressional Gold Medal? Author Derrick Bang explains it this way: "Spend fifteen minutes with a collection of "Peanuts" strips...and you cannot help but be impressed by the shrewd analysis and unpretentious virtue...On top of his perceptive analysis, (Schulz) always leaves us with a giggle." In the Peanuts 2002 Calendar: We All Need A Philosophy, Charlie Brown and his friends dispense Great Truths with their trademark good humor every day of the year. When Linus asks the age-old question: "If you work real hard and you get everything you've always wanted, is it worth it?" Snoopy responds: "Not if your dog doesn't like you." With a philosophy like that, Schulz truly does deserve a medal.

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