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Charlie Brown's Super Book of Questions and Answers

Charlie Brown's Super Book of Questions and Answers
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The front cover of the first volume.
Author Charles M. Schulz
Country United States
Language English
Genre Encyclopedia
Publisher Random House Children's Books
Publication date October 1976 - September 1981
Media type Print (hardcover)
Pages 145 pp
ISBN ISBN 978-0-394-83491-7
OCLC Number Dewey Decimal 500.1
LC Classification QH48 .C49

Charlie Brown's Super Book of Questions and Answers was a series of encyclopedia-like books featured comic strips and art from the comic strip Peanuts. Five volumes were made from 1976 to 1981.

Plot

The content is presented as a series of questions pertaining to the subject of the particular chapter of the books. Amid the questions, pictures and photographs, there are details from established comic strips and complete comic strips, occasionally with its dialogue adjusted to the chapter's theme.

Volume One: About All Kinds of Animals - from Snails to Humans!

Encyclopedic facts about Animals.

Volume Two: About the Earth and Space - from Plants to Planets!

Encyclopedic facts about the Earth and the Solar System.

Volume Three: About Planes, Cars and Trains and Other Things That Move!

Encyclopedic facts about motion and mechanics.

Volume Four: About All Kinds of People and How They Live!

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Volume Five: About All Kinds of Things and How They Work!

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Reuse of material

The material from these books formed the basis for Charlie Brown's Cyclopedia, a 15 volume set published by Funk & Wagnalls in 1980-1981. A second edition of Charlie Brown's Cyclopedia was published in 1990.



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