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Chronological list of individual strip descriptions begins here. Strips after February 13, 2000 are reprints. Shortcut back to beginning of Peanuts list: Peanuts
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Peanuts (1950)
   "Raw Peanuts" p. 118-123 in Hogan's Alley, v. 2, no. 4
   (=no. 8) (2000). -- A collection of Peanuts strips from
   1950 that were never reprinted in book form. -- Call no.:
   PN6700.H6no.8
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Peanuts (May 16, 1954)
   "Lucille Van Pelt on the First Tee, Please" (Peanuts, May
   16, 1954) / by Charles M. Schulz. -- Summary: Lucy has
   entered a golf tournament, and worries about playing
   against Sam Snead, Ben Hogan, and Ike. Charlie Brown
   reminds her that it's a women's tournament. -- This Sunday
   strip is reproduced as part of a letter to the editor, as
   evidence that grownups (here only from the shoulders down)
   sometimes appeared in Peanuts. p. 14 in Hogan's Alley, no.
   9 (=v. 3, no. 1) (Summer 2001). -- Call no.: PN6700.H6no.9
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Peanuts (May 23, 1954)
   "There's Nothing That Can Stop You Now, Lucy!"* (Peanuts,
   May 23, 1954) / by Charles M. Schulz. -- Summary: Lucy
   starts her round at the women's state amateur tournament
   with an eagle and a birdie. -- This Sunday strip is
   reproduced as part of a letter to the editor, as evidence
   that grownups (here only from the shoulders down) sometimes
   appeared in Peanuts. p. 14 in Hogan's Alley, no. 9 (=v. 3,
   no. 1) (Summer 2001). -- Call no.: PN6700.H6no.9
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Peanuts (May 30, 1954)
   "I'm Supposed to be Home Taking a Nap!"* (Peanuts, May 30,
   1954) / by Charles M. Schulz. -- Summary: Lucy is one hole
   from winning the tournament, when she suddenly leaves the
   golf course. -- This Sunday strip is reproduced as part of
   a letter to the editor, as evidence that grownups (here in
   full figure, but in the far distance or with blank faces)
   sometimes appeared in Peanuts. p. 14 in Hogan's Alley, no.
   9 (=v. 3, no. 1) (Summer 2001). -- Call no.: PN6700.H6no.9
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Peanuts (Aug. 1957)
   "Swipe File" p. 8 in The Comics Journal, no. 215 (Aug.
   1999). -- Shows Schulz' Peanuts (Aug. 1957) and Basset's
   Adam (June 27, 1999), both Sunday strips about kites. --
   Call no.: PN6700.C62no.215
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Peanuts (Sept. 2, 1960)
   "Rain, Rain, Go Away"* (Classic Peanuts, Sept. 2, 2007) /
   by Schulz. -- Summary: Linus stops the rain as if by magic,
   and worries that people will think he's a demon. --
   Original copyright 1960. -- Call no.: oversize PN6726.S79
   Sept. 2, 2007
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Peanuts (Sept. 19, 1966)
   "My Books! My Records! My Pool Table! My Van Gogh!"*
   (Peanuts, Sept. 19, 1966) / Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie
   Brown smells smoke, and Snoopy's house is on fire. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Van Gogh"
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Peanuts (Feb. 10, 1967)
   "Creo que es una Pierna Delantera"* (Carlitos, Feb. 18,
   2014) / Schulz. -- Summary: Lucy doesn't want to break the
   Masked Marvel's arm. -- Peanuts strip from Feb. 10, 1967
   translated into Spanish. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "forelegs"
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Peanuts (Feb. 12, 1967)
   "Es Tu Día de Suerte"* (Carlitos, Feb. 21, 2014) / Schulz.
   -- Summary: All the mail is for Snoopy. -- Peanuts Sunday
   strip from Feb. 12, 1967, converted to a daily and
   translated into Spanish. -- The original strip was about
   valentines. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "mail"
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Peanuts (Feb. 13, 1967)
   "Es Lucy Contra la Maravilla Enmascarada"* (Carlitos, Feb.
   22, 2014) / Schulz. -- Summary: Lucy and Snoopy have been
   arm wrestling for two hours. -- Peanuts strip from Feb. 13,
   1967 translated into Spanish. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "arm wrestling"
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Peanuts (Feb. 14, 1967)
   "Me Voy a Desmayar!"* (Carlitos, Feb. 23, 2014) / Schulz.
   -- Summary: Just as both Lucy and Snoopy are at the end of
   their strength, Snoopy kisses Lucy on the nose. -- Peanuts
   strip from Feb. 14, 1967 translated into Spanish. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "arm wrestling"
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Peanuts (Feb. 15, 1967)
   "Me Besó con sus Estúpidos Labios de Perro!"* (Carlitos,
   Feb. 24, 2014) / Schulz. -- Summary: Lucy says Snoopy's
   kiss was an unfair way to win the arm wrestling
   championship. -- Peanuts strip from Feb. 15, 1967
   translated into Spanish. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "dog
   lips"
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Peanuts (Feb. 17, 1967)
   "En Cuanto le Muestre lo que Hice, Me Hará una Toma de
   Judo"* (Carlitos, Feb. 26, 2014) / Schulz. -- Summary:
   Sally broke the crayon she took, and she's afraid of her
   teacher's reaction. -- Peanuts strip from Feb. 17, 1967
   translated into Spanish. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "judo"
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Peanuts (Feb. 17, 1967)
   "No me Interesa tu Moralidad de Clase Media"* (Carlitos,
   Mar. 2, 2014) / Schulz. -- Summary: Sally's lied to her
   teacher, so what? -- Peanuts strip from Feb. 17, 1967,
   translated into Spanish. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "morality"
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Peanuts (Feb. 18, 1967)
   "Qué Haces con una Hermana Menor que Miente?"* (Carlitos,
   Mar. 3, 2014) / Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown asks Dr.
   Lucy what to do about Sally's lie about the crayon. --
   Peanuts strip from Feb. 18, 1967, translated into Spanish.
   -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "crayons"
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Peanuts (July 24, 1967)
   Charlie Brown / di Schulz. p. 12 in European Newspaper
   Comic Strips : a survey of 79 strips collected from various
   European papers dated August 16 to September 10, 1968
   (collection assembled in the Michigan State University
   Comic Art Collection). This strip taken from Paese Sera
   (Rome) (Aug. 19, 1968). -- Strip dated July 24, 1967.
   Peanuts in Italian. -- Call no.: folio PN6720.E8 1998
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Peanuts (July 14, 1969)
   "I'm the World's Best Lawn Sprinkler Runner-Througher!"*
   (Classic Peanuts, July 14, 2005) / Schulz. -- Summary:
   Snoopy is disappointed that Lucy won't let him join the
   fun. -- Original copyright 1969. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "lawn sprinklers"
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Peanuts (Apr. 9, 1970)
   "Where Are All The Girls Who Play Outfield?"* (Peanuts,
   Apr. 9, 1970) / Schulz. -- Summary: The world is changing:
   the girls are "new feminists" and won't play baseball. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "feminists"
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Peanuts (Apr. 10, 1970)
   "But You Still Don't Want to Play Center Field?"* (Peanuts,
   Apr. 10, 1970) / Schulz. -- Summary: Lucy says the new
   feminists are going to change the world. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "feminism"
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Peanuts (June 30, 1970)
   "I Don't Recall Asking for Any Advice, Sweetie!"* (Peanuts,
   June 30, 1970) / Schulz. -- Summary: Lucy suggests that
   Snoopy's speech should be about "the new women's liberation
   movement." -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "women's liberation"
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Peanuts (Oct. 14, 1972)
   "I Think I Should Open with an Impassioned Plea Against the
   Stamp Act"* (Peanuts, Oct. 14, 1972) / by Schulz. --
   Summary: Peppermint Patty (Patricia Reichardt) is reporting
   to the student council, and has brought her attorney Snoopy
   along for advice. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "stamp act"
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Peanuts (Sept. 9, 1976)
   "This Year I Plan to Get Nothing but Straight A's!"*
   (Peanuts, Sept. 9, 1976) / Schulz. -- Summary: Sally says
   she'd accept a few bent ones. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "grades"
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Peanuts (Oct. 17, 1977)
   "It's Like Giving a Starving Man a Menu"* (Peanuts, Oct.
   17, 1977) / Schulz. -- Summary: Peppermint Patty has
   trouble with multiple choice tests. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "multiple choice"
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Peanuts (Nov. 17, 1977)
   "Our Computer Broke Down"* (Peanuts, Nov. 17, 1977) / by
   Charles M. Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown tells Snoopy
   that supper isn't ready, they've been having a few
   problems. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "dog food"
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Peanuts (Nov. 21, 1977)
   "The Polar Bears are in Trouble Today" (Peanuts, Nov. 21,
   1977) / Schulz. -- Summary: Woodstock has gone hunting with
   a spear. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "polar bears"
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Peanuts (June 5, 1981)
   "I Got My Finger Caught in My Binder!"* (Peanuts, June 5,
   1981) / Schulz. -- Summary: Patty has tears in her eyes on
   the last day of school, but she's not being sentimental. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "binders"
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Peanuts (June 16, 1981)
   "I Need That Golf Ball More Than You Do"* (Peanuts, June
   16, 1981) / Schulz. -- Summary: Patty says she's going to
   be a famous golfer, and takes the ball from Lucy. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golfers"
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Peanuts (June 17, 1981)
   "Nice Out"* (Peanuts, June 17, 1981) / Schulz. -- Summary:
   Peppermint Patty practices sand shots in the sandbox. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "sand traps"
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Peanuts (Aug. 11, 1982)
   "I Have to Bounce a Golf Ball Against the Steps"* (Peanuts,
   Aug. 11, 1982) / by Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown
   doesn't have a place to play baseball. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "golf balls"
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Peanuts (Oct. 14, 1982)
   "I Suppose it would be Impolite to Ask for a Second
   Opinion"* (Peanuts, Oct. 14, 1982) / Schulz. -- Summary:
   Charlie Brown brings Snoopy his supper, saying it's
   probably the finest dog dinner in history. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "dog food"
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Peanuts (Oct. 25, 1982)
   "Joe Sandbagger"* (Peanuts, Oct. 25, 1982) / by Schulz. --
   Summary: Snoopy's bowling average is one, so his handicap
   is 179. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "handicaps"
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Peanuts (May 5, 1983)
   "I Guess I'm One of the Lucky Ones"* (Peanuts, May 5, 1983)
   / Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown has a surprise for
   Snoopy; he brings supper from a different direction. Snoopy
   rolls his eyes. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "luck"
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Peanuts (July 9, 1983)
   "Shower of Grass"* (Peanuts, July 9, 1983) / Schulz. --
   Summary: To check the wind, Snoopy throws some loose grass
   in the air before he takes his golf shot, and the grass all
   lands on Woodstock. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "grass"
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Peanuts (July 28, 1983)
   "It's an Acquired Taste"* (Peanuts, July 28, 1983) /
   Schulz. -- Summary: Lucy can't understand how Snoopy can
   eat that stuff. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "dog food"
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Peanuts (July 29, 1983)
   "Nerves of Graphite"* (Peanuts, July 29, 1983) / by Schulz.
   -- Summary: Charlie Brown compliments Snoopy on his putt,
   and Snoopy explains. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "graphite"
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Peanuts (May 4, 1984)
   "I See Your Face in Every ... Crab Grass"* (Peanuts, May 4,
   1984) / by Schulz. -- Summary: Snoopy has to re-think the
   letter he's writing to his sweetheart. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "crab grass"
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Peanuts (July 17, 1984)
   "Dog Food Fondue" (Peanuts, July 17, 1984) / Schulz. --
   Summary: Charlie Brown brings Snoopy a menu to order from.
   -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "dog food"
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Peanuts (Aug. 8, 1984)
   "National Distemper Tournament"* (Peanuts, Aug. 8, 1984) /
   Schulz. reproduced on p. 137 of Golf in the Comic Strips,
   ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). --
   Summary: Snoopy plays in any charity tournament for a
   disease he might get. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Peanuts (Aug. 9, 1984)
   "Carts Aren't Allowed?"* (Peanuts, Aug. 9, 1984) / Schulz.
   -- Summary: Sitting in a shopping cart, Snoopy learns the
   tournament rules. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf carts"
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Peanuts (Aug. 10, 1984)
   "Tournament Golf Can Be Very Nerve-Wracking"* (Peanuts,
   Aug. 10, 1984) / Schulz. -- Summary: Snoopy's shaking all
   over, and hasn't made it to the first tee. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Peanuts (Nov. 14, 1984)
   "You're Getting Dog Hair All Over the Seat"* (Peanuts, Nov.
   14, 1984) / Schulz. -- Summary: Spike has a fantasy about
   the girl in the red pickup and what might happen if she
   gave him a ride. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "dog hair"
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Peanuts (May 27, 1985)
   "In the Game of Life, Grampa has a String of Double
   Bogeys"* (Peanuts, May 27, 1985) / Schulz. -- Summary:
   Grampa got in trouble at the golf course. His handicap is
   fifteen, so he parked at the sign that said "handicap
   parking." -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "handicaps"
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Peanuts (July 5, 1985)
   "Back of the Bike Day"* (Peanuts, July 5, 1985) / Schulz.
   -- Summary: Rerun's mom is looking for him. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "bicycles"
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Peanuts (Feb. 1, 1986)
   "Eleven, If You Count Sideways"* (Peanuts, Feb. 1, 1986) /
   Schulz. -- Summary: Rerun's mom has a 10-speed bicycle. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "bicycles"
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Peanuts (Feb. 12, 1986)
   "It's Either the Flu or Love"* (Peanuts, Feb. 12, 1986) /
   Schulz. -- Summary: The World War I flying ace's nose is
   warm, and 65,000 soldiers at Camp Pontanezen, France, have
   influenza. -- Key words: Epidemics, symptoms, fevers. --
   Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "flu"
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Peanuts (Feb. 13, 1986)
   "Unless I Could Get A Note from My Mother"* (Peanuts, Feb.
   13, 1986) / by Charles Schulz. -- Summary: Duty calls! The
   World War I flying ace carries on even though he has the
   influenza. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "flu"
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Peanuts (Feb. 14, 1986)
   "How About A Bowl of Dog Food Soup?"* (Peanuts, Feb. 14,
   1986) / by Charles Schulz. -- Summary: Snoopy is in bed,
   the news from the front is bad, everyone has the flu, and
   he needs to eat something to keep up his strength. -- Call
   no.: PN6726f.B55 "flu"
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Peanuts (Feb. 17, 1986)
   "A Get Well Card from the Red Baron!"* (Peanuts, Feb. 17,
   1986) / Schulz. -- Summary: The World War I flying ace has
   the flu of 1918, and the French waitress takes care of him
   and brings him mail. -- Key words: Confinement to bed. --
   Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "flu"
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Peanuts (Feb. 19, 1986)
   "When My Grandchildren Ask Me What I Did In The War"*
   (Peanuts, Feb. 19, 1986) / Schulz. -- Summary: President
   Wilson announces the armistice, WWI is over, and Snoopy
   still has the flu. -- Key words: News, newspapers. -- Call
   no.: PN6726f.B55 "flu"
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Peanuts (Feb. 20, 1986)
   "She Got It In France"* (Peanuts, Feb. 20, 1986) / Schulz.
   -- Summary: Marcie is out of school after taking care of
   the World War I flying ace down with the flu. -- Key word:
   Excuses. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "flu"
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Peanuts (Feb. 21, 1986)
   "The World War I Flying Ace Doesn't Give Interviews"*
   (Peanuts, Feb. 21, 1986) / by Schulz. -- Summary: The
   origins of the 1918 flu epidemic are unknown; twenty
   million people died, and Snoopy was there. -- Call no.:
   PN6726f.B55 "flu"
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Peanuts (Mar. 5, 1986)
   "Mom's Become Very Safety Conscious"* (Peanuts, Mar. 5,
   1986) / by Schulz. -- Summary: Rerun has a helmet, with the
   words "baby on bike" written on it. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "bicycles"
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Peanuts (July 21, 1986)
   "Hi! Are You the Dumb One?"* (Peanuts, July 21, 1986) /
   Schulz. -- Summary: Peppermint Patty meets her new tutor.
   -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "tutors"
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Peanuts (Oct. 27, 1986)
   "I Have an Educated Slice, but it Only Went to the Third
   Grade"* (Peanuts, Oct. 27, 1986) / by Charles Schulz. --
   Summary: Snoopy isn't happy with his golf stroke. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "slicing"
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Peanuts (Mar. 11, 1987)
   "The Golf Pro Says for you to Stop Marching Through All the
   Sand Traps"* (Peanuts, Mar. 11, 1987) / by Schulz. --
   Summary: Charlie Brown has to relay a complaint to Snoopy
   in his foreign legion outfit. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "sand traps"
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Peanuts (June 11, 1987)
   "I Love To Hear an Editor Beg"* (Peanuts, June 11, 1987) /
   Charles M. Schulz. -- Summary: Snoopy gets a rejection
   letter asking him not to send more stories. -- Reprinted in
   in The Comics Journal, no. 184 (Feb. 1996), p. 5, with an
   almost identical Peanuts strip dated Jan. 20, 1996. -- Call
   no.: PN6700.C62no.184
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Peanuts (Oct. 2, 1987)
   "Tell the Neighborhood How Much I Eat"* (Peanuts, Oct. 2,
   1987) / by Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown shouts for the
   door to be opened for a fifty pound bag of dog food. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "dog food"
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Peanuts (Nov. 19, 1987)
   "It's Hard to Talk to Someone Who Keeps Fainting All the
   Time"* (Peanuts, Nov. 19, 1987) / Schulz. -- Summary:
   Charlie Brown tries to explain to Snoopy that he's going to
   have knee surgery and be on crutches. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "crutches"
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Peanuts (May 4, 1988)
   "Names are Interesting, Shakespeare Said"* (Peanuts, May 4,
   1988) / by Charles Schulz. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "Shakespeare"
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Peanuts (May 16, 1988)
   "He Could Have Played on the Senior Tour"* (Peanuts, May
   16, 1988) / Schulz. reproduced on p. 130 of Golf in the
   Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing
   Group, 1997). -- Summary: Charlie Brown reads that Noah
   lived to be 950 years old, and Snoopy reacts. -- Call no.:
   PN6726.G595 1997
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Peanuts (Nov. 2, 1988)
   "The Golf Pro"* (Peanuts, Nov. 2, 1988) / by Schulz. --
   Summary: Everybody blames lawyers, who in turn blame
   doctors, but who does the doctor blame? -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "golf pros"
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Peanuts (Nov. 6, 1988)
   "You Were There, Too, Weren't You?"* (Peanuts, Nov. 6,
   1988) / by Charles Schulz. -- Summary: Spike went into
   Needles and had too much root beer, and arrives home with a
   lampshade on his head. He's telling the cactus, then
   notices the cactus has a lampshade as well. -- Call no.:
   oversize PN6726.S79 1988
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Peanuts (Jan. 16, 1989)
   "Ugly Olaf, That's What They Used to Call Him"* (Peanuts,
   Jan. 16, 1989) / Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown and Lucy
   are looking at a photo album of puppies, and they spot
   Snoopy and Spike but don't recognize Olaf. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "Olaf"
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Peanuts (Jan. 31, 1989)
   "Just Like My Life : I'm in the Slow Movement"* (Peanuts,
   January 31, 1989) / Schulz. -- Summary: Marcy and Patty are
   at the symphony. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "movements"
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Peanuts (Feb. 4, 1989)
   "A Three-Wood, a Four-Iron, and a Rake!"* (Peanuts, Feb. 4,
   1989) / Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown wonders what
   it'll take to get out of the trap and onto the green. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf clubs"
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Peanuts (Feb. 14, 1989)
   "I Could Just Pick Out the Caramels"* (Classic Peanuts,
   Feb. 14, 2001) -- Copyright 1989. -- Summary: Snoopy
   doesn't get the candy because "chocolate isn't good for
   dogs." -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "caramel"
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Peanuts (June 20, 1989)
   "Unauthorized Personnel on the Runway"* (Peanuts, June 20,
   1989) / Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown greets Snoopy,
   and the flying ace doesn't appreciate it. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "runways"
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Peanuts (Sept. 15, 1989)
   "You're Supposed to Shout, 'Land, Ho!'"* (Peanuts, Sept.
   15, 1989) / Schulz. -- Summary: Snoopy and Woodstock are
   canoeing in the birdbath. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "landfall"
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Peanuts (Sept. 18, 1989)
   "Perfect Grandparent"* (Peanuts, Sept. 18, 1989) / Schulz.
   -- Summary: A 'perfect grandparent' is somebody who's made
   a hole in one. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Peanuts (Sept. 20, 1989)
   "While I Was Waiting, Sir, I Thought I'd Practice A Few
   Passes"* (Peanuts, Sept. 20, 1989) / Schulz. -- Summary:
   Marcy and Patty are working on their football skills. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "passes"
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Peanuts (Nov. 14, 1989)
   "The Water Can Either Be Put In First, or Added Last"*
   (Peanuts, Nov. 14, 1989) / Schulz. -- Summary: Snoopy is
   writing cooking hints for mixing dog food in a bowl. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "dog food"
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Peanuts (Dec. 4, 1989)
   "The Gorilla is Loose"* (Peanuts, Dec. 4, 1989) / Schulz.
   -- Summary: Snoopy hits a powerful drive; Charlie Brown is
   his caddie. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Peanuts (Mar. 16, 1990)
   "He Says the Course is Too Narrow" (Peanuts, Mar. 16, 1990)
   / Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown's grandpa plays golf
   mostly in his head -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Peanuts (Apr. 26, 1990)
   "He Sold Me a New Golf Bag"* (Peanuts, Apr. 26, 1990) /
   Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown hears that the pro had a
   suggestion for improving Snoopy's game. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "golf bags"
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Peanuts (July 27, 1990)
   "Maybe I'll Just Jump Into the Lake Right Here"* (Peanuts,
   July 27, 1990) / by Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown tries
   to tell Peggy Jean his name. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "stuttering"
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Peanuts (Aug. 7, 1990)
   "Golf is a Cruel Game, Charlie Brown"* (Peanuts, Aug. 7,
   1990) / Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown has lost Peggy
   Jean, and Linus says the only thing he can think of to
   comfort him. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Peanuts (Nov. 22, 1990)
   "I Dare You to Lick It Off"* (Peanuts, Nov. 22, 1990) /
   Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown brings Snoopy his
   Thanksgiving supper; he used his finger to draw a turkey in
   the dog food. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "dog food"
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Peanuts (Nov. 26, 1990)
   "How Come They Never Have a Catleg?"* (Peanuts, Nov. 26,
   1990) / Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown says the next
   hole is par four, dogleg to the right. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "doglegs"
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Peanuts (Jan. 17, 1991)
   "Look Out for the Heavy Ones"* (Peanuts, Jan. 17, 1991) /
   Schulz. -- Summary: Woodstock gets bonked by a snowflake as
   he and Snoopy try to catch them on their tongues. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "snowflakes"
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Peanuts (Jan. 18, 1991)
   "Stop Taking All the Good Ones"* (Peanuts, Jan. 18, 1991) /
   Schulz. -- Summary: Lucy and Snoopy are catching snowflakes
   on their tongues. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "snowflakes"
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Peanuts (Feb. 6, 1991)
   "Forget It. The Roses are All Out of Bounds"* (Peanuts,
   Feb. 6, 1991) / Schulz. -- Summary: On the golf course,
   Charlie Brown tells Snoopy that Walter Hagen says to stop
   and smell the roses. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Peanuts (Apr. 21, 1991)
   "I Think You Have to Relax, and Pretend the Water Isn't
   There"* (Peanuts, Apr. 21, 1991) / by Schulz. reproduced on
   p. 173 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm
   (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary: The water
   hazard looks like a tidal wave. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595
   1997
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Peanuts (July 20, 1991)
   "A Sandbaggette"* (Peanuts, July 20, 1991) / Schulz. --
   Summary: Snoopy has lost a golf match to a girl sandbagger.
   -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Peanuts (July 23, 1991)
   "Full!"* (Peanuts, July 23, 1991) / Schulz. -- Summary:
   Charlie Brown asks Snoopy what kid of dog dish he wants. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "dog dishes"
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Peanuts (July 26, 1991)
   "Joe Cart Path"* (Peanuts, July 26, 1991) / Schulz. --
   Summary: Charlie Brown compliments Snoopy on his drive,
   that's still rolling. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Peanuts (Oct. 7, 1991)
   "It's the Only Way I Can Find My Way Back to the
   Clubhouse"* (Peanuts, Oct. 7, 1991) / Schulz. -- Summary:
   Snoopy leaves a trail of golf clubs. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "golf clubs"
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Peanuts (Oct. 15, 1991)
   "I Entered This Contest, See"* (Peanuts, Oct. 15, 2003) /
   by Charles Schulz. -- Summary: Spike shows the prize, his
   new lawnmower, sitting in the sand among the cactus plants.
   -- Original copyright 1991. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "lawnmowers"
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Peanuts (Oct. 16, 1991)
   "So I Wrote to the Contest People, and Told Them I Had no
   Use for a Lawn Mower"* (Peanuts, Oct. 16, 2003) / by
   Charles Schulz. -- Summary: So now Spike has a nice toy
   sailboat in the desert. -- Original copyright 1991. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "lawnmowers"
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Peanuts (Nov. 22, 1991)
   "This is How the Flu Epidemic Began"* (Peanuts, Nov. 22,
   1991) / Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown begins to read
   Snoopy's report on the World War I epidemic to his class:
   "It was a dark and stormy night." -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55
   "flu"
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Peanuts (Nov. 25, 1991)
   "Quoth the Raven, 'No Problem'"* (Peanuts, Nov. 25, 1991) /
   Schulz. -- Summary: Patty presents her report on Edgar
   Allan Poe. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Poe"
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Peanuts (Nov. 28, 1991)
   "May the Tetherball Wrap Around Your Neck!"* (Peanuts, Nov.
   28, 1991) / Charles M. Schulz. -- Summary: Marcy gets her
   binder tangled in Patty's hair, and then leaves for recess.
   -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "binders"
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Peanuts (Dec. 2, 1991)
   "His Dog Hated Him"* (Peanuts, Dec. 2, 1991) / Charles M.
   Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown reads about someone who
   had fame and fortune but was never happy, and Snoopy knows
   the reason why. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "fortunes"
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Peanuts (Feb. 28, 1992)
   "May I Try This Ball and Paddle Thing, Big Brother?"*
   (Peanuts, Feb. 28, 1992) / by Charles Schulz. -- Summary:
   Sally can't figure out what it does. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "paddleballs"
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Peanuts (Feb. 29, 1992)
   "About a Quart"* (Peanuts, Feb. 29, 1992) / by Charles
   Schulz. -- Summary: Snoopy is lining up a tough putt, and
   Charlie Brown asks him how much he thinks it breaks. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Peanuts (Mar. 11, 1992)
   "Here's the World War I Flying Ace Being Led Off to
   Prisoner of War Camp"* (Peanuts, Mar. 11, 1992) / by
   Charles Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown leaves Snoopy
   with Lucy for a few days. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "P.O.W.s"
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Peanuts (Apr. 29, 1992)
   "There's a Lot To Be Said for Snow"* (Peanuts, Apr. 29,
   1992) / by Charles Schulz. -- Summary: They try sliding
   downhill in a box on grass, and it doesn't go well. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "grass"
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Peanuts (May 2, 1992)
   "You the Dog"* (Peanuts, May 2, 1992) / Schulz. reproduced
   on p. 126 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm
   (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary: As Snoopy
   takes his shot (Charlie Brown is the caddy), a voice is
   heard from off-panel. An allusion to Jack Nicklaus. -- Call
   no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Peanuts (July 11, 1992)
   "I Still Hate It"* (Peanuts, July 11, 1992) / Schulz. --
   Summary: Snoopy likes golf better the more he plays. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Peanuts (July 31, 1992)
   "Up Until Then I Was Undecided"* (Peanuts, July 31, 1992) /
   Schulz. -- Summary: Lucy blasts Linus with a garden hose
   after he says she wouldn't dare. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "decisions"
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Peanuts (Aug. 20, 1992)
   "Get Legs!"* (Peanuts, Aug. 20, 1992) / by Charles Schulz.
   -- Summary: Charlie Brown is talking to the ball that
   Snoopy has just hit onto the green. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "golf"
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Peanuts (Sept. 4, 1992)
   "I've Never Seen a Divot Like This Before"* (Peanuts, Sept.
   4, 1992) / Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown holds up an
   "x" shaped divot, and Snoopy thinks his swing is being
   criticized. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "divots"
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Peanuts (Nov. 17, 1992)
   "Good! We're Out of the Garage!"* (Peanuts, Nov. 17, 1992)
   / by Charles Schulz. -- Summary: Rerun is on the bicycle,
   backseat driving mom past the lawnmower. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "lawnmowers"
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Peanuts (Nov. 18, 1992)
   "Mom is Really Stressed Out"* (Peanuts, Nov. 18, 1992) /
   Schulz. -- Summary: Rerun's mom starts the ride, then turns
   around because she forgot her car keys, then turns around
   again because she doesn't need them because she's riding
   her bicycle. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "bicycles"
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Peanuts (Nov. 20, 1992)
   "Every Time I Ride on the Back of My Mom's Bicycle I Age
   Twenty Years"* (Peanuts, Nov. 20, 1992) / Schulz. --
   Summary: Rerun told a lady he's 150 years old. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "bicycles"
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Peanuts (Jan. 12, 1993)
   "When You're Hot, You're Hot!"* (Peanuts, Jan. 12, 1993) /
   by Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown is trying to explain
   to the principal, represented by a desk, how Snoopy got all
   the right answers on a true or false test. Snoopy has his
   own explanation. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "desks"
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Peanuts (Jan. 22, 1993)
   "Do You Mind If I Play Through?"* (Peanuts, Jan. 22, 1993)
   / by Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown is stuck on the ice
   on his back like a turtle hoping someone will help him, and
   Snoopy comes along with his golf clubs. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "playing through"
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Peanuts (Apr. 29, 1993)
   "And the Prophet Said They Would Beat Their Swords into
   Golf Clubs"* (Peanuts, Apr. 29, 1993) / by Schulz. --
   Summary: Peppermint Patty doesn't think you could play 18
   holes with a plowshare. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf
   clubs"
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Peanuts (June 11, 1993)
   "If Our Front Wheel Doesn't Go Down That Grate"* (Peanuts,
   June 11, 1993) / by Schulz. -- Summary: Rerun hopes for a
   good bike ride. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "bicycles"
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Peanuts (June 16, 1993)
   "Then They Said Dogs Aren't Allowed on the Course"*
   (Peanuts, June 16, 1993) / Schulz. -- Summary: Spike went
   into town with his golf clubs and they asked what his
   handicap was, and he said his handicap was that he's a dog.
   -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "handicaps"
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Peanuts (July 13, 1993)
   "Never Call Home"* (Peanuts, July 13, 1993) / Schulz. --
   Summary: Charlie Brown calls home and Sally laughs at him;
   he returns sadly to his cot. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "cots"
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Peanuts (Sept. 30, 1993)
   "Maybe I'll Ask the Teacher if I Can Move My Desk out Into
   the Hallway"* (Peanuts, Sept. 30, 1993) / by Schulz. --
   Summary: Charlie Brown has fantasies about sitting next to
   the Red-Haired Girl. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "desks"
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Peanuts (Oct. 27, 1993)
   "The Loch Ness Putter!" (Peanuts, Oct. 27, 1993) / Schulz.
   -- Summary: Snoopy throws his golf club into the water, and
   it rises to the surface. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf
   clubs"
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Peanuts (Nov. 3, 1993)
   "Pretty Cheap Root Beer"* (Peanuts, Nov. 3, 1993) / by
   Schulz. -- Summary: Snoopy is at Peppermint Patty's house
   doing his World War I flying ace act. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "root beer"
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Peanuts (Apr. 13, 1994)
   "How Reassuring!"* (Peanuts, Apr. 13, 1994) / by Charles
   Schulz. -- Summary: Lucy tells Snoopy that he'll always be
   a dog. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "reassurance"
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Peanuts (May 13, 1994)
   "What Kind of Advice Could a Pitcher get from an
   Outfielder?"* (Peanuts, May 13, 1994) / by Charles Schulz.
   -- Summary: Lucy offers Charlie Brown some advice. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "outfielders"
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Peanuts (July 22, 1994)
   "Shower of Golf Balls"* (Peanuts, July 22, 1994) / Schulz.
   -- Summary: Snoopy sinks his putt, throws his ball and gets
   a hail of balls in return. -- Silent strip. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "golf balls"
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Peanuts (July 30, 1994)
   "If You Don't Mind Someone Staring At You All The Time"*
   (Peanuts, July 30, 1994) / Schulz. -- Summary: Linus
   wonders about what kind of dog to get, and Charlie Brown
   says Border Collies are supposed to be good. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "border collies"
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Peanuts (Aug. 3, 1994)
   "When I Told Her You're in the Same Class at School, she
   Said She Didn't Remember You"* (Peanuts, Aug. 3, 1994) /
   Schulz. -- Summary: And she can't read Charlie Brown's
   smudgy writing. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "smudges"
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Peanuts (Aug. 31, 1994)
   "If You Were a Border Collie, You'd Be Out Herding Sheep"*
   (Peanuts, Aug. 31, 1994) / Schulz. -- Summary: Snoopy shows
   how he would herd sheep. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "border
   collies"
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Peanuts (Sept. 1, 1994)
   "Permission from their Primary Care Physician, and Their
   Mom"* (Peanuts, Sept. 1, 2007) / by Charles M. Schulz. --
   Summary: The world famous surgeon explains the rules. --
   Original copyright 1994. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "mothers"
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Peanuts (Sept. 2, 1994)
   "They Told Me to Get Lost"* (Peanuts, Sept. 2, 1994) /
   Schulz. -- Summary: Snoopy tries herding sheep like a
   Border Collie. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "border collies"
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Peanuts (Sept. 26, 1994)
   "A Border Collie can Herd 300 Sheep at a Time"* (Peanuts,
   Sept. 26, 1994) / by Charles Schulz. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "herding"
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Peanuts (Sept. 27, 1994)
   "She Does Prattle On, Doesn't She"* (Peanuts, Sept. 27,
   1994) / Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown has a letter from
   his pen pal Morag, in a Scottish accent. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "Scotland"
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Peanuts (Sept. 30, 1994)
   "Ask If She Needs a Good Sheep Dog"* (Peanuts, Sept. 30,
   1994) / Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown is writing to his
   pen pal in Glasgow. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Scotland"
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Peanuts (Oct. 1, 1994)
   "The Loch Ness Monster!"* (Peanuts, Oct. 1, 1994) / Schulz.
   -- Summary: Charlie Brown opens his mailbox hoping for a
   surprise from Scotland, and Snoopy pops out at him. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Scotland"
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Peanuts (Nov. 14, 1994)
   "The Secret of Life is to be Older than your Lawn"*
   (Peanuts, Nov. 14, 1994) / by Schulz. -- Summary:
   Franklin's grampa has a profound new philosophy. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "lawns"
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Peanuts (Nov. 22, 1994)
   "Birds Have No Sense of Humor"* (Peanuts, Nov. 22, 1994) /
   Schulz. -- Summary: Woodstock wants a wristwatch for
   Christmas, and Snoopy thinks that's funny because Woodstock
   doesn't have any wrists, and Woodstock isn't amused. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "wristwatches"
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Peanuts (Nov. 29, 1994)
   "I See There's Still a Light On in the Barracks"* (Peanuts,
   Nov. 29, 1994) / by Schulz. -- Summary: The flying ace
   assumes one of the cooks is still awake. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "cooks"
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Peanuts (July 24, 1995)
   "Stop Singing 'Shall We Gather At The River'" (Peanuts,
   July 24, 1995) / Schulz. -- Summary: Snoopy is golfing near
   a river, and Woodstock is chirping. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "golf"
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Peanuts (Sept. 21, 1995)
   "How Are Things in the Trenches?"* (Peanuts, Sept. 21,
   1995) / Schulz. -- Summary: Spike wants Snoopy to ask
   General Pershing why the infantry never gets tapioca
   pudding. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "tapioca"
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Peanuts (Sept. 22, 1995)
   "I'd Like Permission to Speak to General Pershing"*
   (Peanuts, Sept. 22, 1995) / Schulz. -- Summary: Snoopy
   conveys Spike's request for tapioca pudding in the
   infantry. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "tapioca"
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Peanuts (Oct. 31, 1995)
   "Then I Shall Seek Elsewhere for a Spiritual Cloak to
   Shield me from my Teacher's Icy Wrath"* (Peanuts, Oct. 31,
   1995) / by Charles Schulz. -- Summary: Sally guilt-trips
   Charlie Brown into helping her with homework. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "wrath"
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Peanuts (Jan. 17, 1996)
   "I Always Blink"* (Peanuts, Jan. 17, 1996) / Schulz. --
   Summary: Snoopy says you need a Border Collie to herd
   sheep, because they stare at the sheep. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "border collies"
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Peanuts (Jan. 20, 1996)
   "I Love To Hear Them Beg"* (Peanuts, Jan. 20, 1996) /
   Charles M. Schulz. -- Summary: Snoopy gets a rejection
   letter asking him not to send more stories. -- Reprinted in
   in The Comics Journal, no. 184 (Feb. 1996), p. 5, with an
   almost identical Peanuts strip dated June 11, 1987. -- Call
   no.: PN6700.C62no.184
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Peanuts (Feb. 16, 1996)
   "They Ran Out and I Got Bread Pudding!"* (Peanuts, Feb. 16,
   1996) / by Schulz. -- Summary: Spike stood in the chow line
   in the rain for an hour to get tapioca pudding. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "tapioca"
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Peanuts (July 8, 1996)
   "Border Collies"* (Peanuts, July 8, 1996) / by Schulz. --
   Summary: Linus wonders whether basketball, hockey,
   football, or soccer players are the best athletes; Snoopy
   has another idea. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "sports"
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Peanuts (July 25, 1996)
   "When Spike Saw His Mom, He Immediately Felt Better"*
   (Peanuts, July 25, 2009) / Schulz. -- Summary: Mom brought
   tapioca pudding. -- Original copyright 1996. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "tapioca"
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Peanuts (Apr. 2, 1997)
   "Did It Bring Tears To Their Eyes?"* (Peanuts, Apr. 2,
   1997) / by Charles Schulz. -- Summary: Linus asks Snoopy
   about the impassioned speech he gave the jury. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "passion"
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Peanuts (Apr. 28, 1997)
   "She Never Met Tiger Woods"* (Peanuts, Apr. 28, 1997) /
   Schulz. -- Summary: Linus wants the teacher to read Alice
   in Wonderland. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Alice in
   Wonderland"
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Peanuts (July 26, 1997)
   "Putting Notes"* (Peanuts, July 11, 1997) / by Charles M.
   Schulz. -- Summary: Notes are falling from Schroeder's
   score, and Snoopy is putting them into a bucket. -- Panel
   without words. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Peanuts (July 26, 1997)
   "How About Triple Bogeys?"* (Peanuts, July 26, 1997) /
   Schulz. -- Summary: The dentist has told Charlie Brown how
   to avoid cavities. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Peanuts (July 28, 1997)
   "Has Anyone Turned In a Cheeseburger?"* (Peanuts, July 28,
   1997) / by Charles Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown goes
   back to the pro shop to inquire. -- Key words: Golf, lost
   and found, searching, running. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55
   "Cheeseburgers"
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Peanuts (July 29, 1997)
   "This is a Lake"* (Peanuts, July 29, 1997) / by Charles
   Schulz. -- Summary: Rerun kicks the beach ball across the
   ocean to some other little kid, Lucy comments. -- Call no.:
   PN6726f.B55 "Beach Balls"
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Peanuts (July 30, 1997)
   "Either a Pirate Ship or a Zamboni"* (Peanuts, July 30,
   1997) / by Charles Schulz. -- Summary: Rerun is looking
   over the lake at the horizon, clouds and seagulls in sky.
   Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "Pirate Ships"
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Peanuts (July 31, 1997)
   "Blackbeagle Leading his Scurvy Band"* (Peanuts, July 31,
   1997) / by Charles Schulz. -- Summary: The pirate ship
   lands, and Conrad can't see because he's wearing two
   eyepatches. -- Key word: Fame, bonking. -- Call no.:
   PN6726f.B55 "Eyepatches"
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Peanuts (Aug. 1, 1997)
   "A Real Nasty Looking Bunch!"* (Peanuts, Aug. 1, 1997) / by
   Charles Schulz. -- Summary: The pirates all ordered
   vanilla. -- Key words: Buried treasure, chocolate,
   strawberry, marble fudge, ice cream, flavors. -- Call no.:
   PN6726f.B55 "Vanilla"
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Peanuts (Aug. 2, 1997)
   "You Ruined My New Philosophy"* (Peanuts, Aug. 2, 1997) /
   by Charles Schulz. -- Summary: Sally's new philosophy is
   "No!". -- Key words: Negativity, not caring, beanbag
   chairs, answers. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "Philosophy"
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Peanuts (Aug. 27, 1997)
   "Later We Became Quite Good Friends"* (Peanuts, Aug. 27,
   1997) / Schulz. -- Summary: Olaf tells about how he chased
   a rabbit once. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "hunting dogs"
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Peanuts (Oct. 13, 1997)
   "Nice Shoes"* (Peanuts, Oct. 13, 1997) / Schulz. --
   Summary: Snoopy gets a letter from Spike wondering what
   happened to Andy and Olaf; Mickey Mouse has been by with
   gifts for them. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "shoes"
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Peanuts (Oct. 14, 1997)
   "We Think Maybe We Took Another Wrong Turn"* (Peanuts, Oct.
   14, 1997) / Schulz. -- Summary: Olaf and Andy get up the
   nerve to tell Snoopy they're lost. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "wrong turns"
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Peanuts (Oct. 15, 1997)
   "Have You Ever Seen the Pyramids by Moonlight?"* (Peanuts,
   Oct. 15, 1997) / Schulz. -- Summary: Andy and Olaf couldn't
   find the right desert. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Egypt"
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Peanuts (Oct. 16, 1997)
   "An Experienced Guide to Show Them the Way"* (Peanuts, Oct.
   16, 1997) / by Schulz. -- Summary: Andy and Olaf set off
   with Woodstock to look for Spike, as Snoopy narrates on his
   typewriter. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "travel"
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Peanuts (Oct. 17, 1997)
   "There's Only One Way to Find Out!"* (Peanuts, Oct. 17,
   1997) / Schulz. -- Summary: Woodstock, Andy and Olaf may
   have reached the edge of the Earth, if the Earth is flat,
   but Olaf jumps. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "jumping"
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Peanuts (Oct. 20, 1997)
   "How to Drive a Zamboni"* (Peanuts, Oct. 20, 1997) / by
   Schulz. -- Summary: Patty says the money is in figure
   skating, and Marcie asks her what book she's reading. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "figure skating"
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Peanuts (Feb. 16, 1998)
   "I Think We Made Another Wrong Turn"* (Peanuts, Feb. 16,
   1998) / by Charles Schulz. -- Summary: Olaf and Andy come
   upon an igloo. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "igloos"
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Peanuts (Feb. 27, 1998)
   "Make Sure You Wash Your Paws Afterward"* (Peanuts, Feb.
   27, 1998) / Schulz. -- Summary: Snoopy recalls his early
   training in shaking hands. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "shaking hands"
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Peanuts (Mar. 19, 1998)
   "My Mother Didn't Raise Me to Be a Farmer"* (Peanuts, Mar.
   19, 1998) / Schulz. -- Summary: Rerun is trying to hoe the
   sidewalk. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "hoeing"
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Peanuts (May 12, 1998)
   "You'll Take Her Soft, Cool, Little Hand in Yours"*
   (Peanuts, May 12, 1998) / Schulz. -- Summary: Linus tells
   Charlie Brown how he'll dance with the little red-haired
   girl, and Charlie faints. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "fainting"
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Peanuts (June 6, 1998)
   "Hiking with Golf Bag"* (Peanuts, June 6, 1998) / by
   Charles Schulz. -- Summary: Snoopy is leading the scouts on
   a hike, and the last bird has golf clubs instead of a
   knapsack. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf clubs"
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Peanuts (June 9, 1998)
   "Where Did You Get Your Mom?"* (Peanuts, June 9, 1998) /
   Schulz. -- Summary: Linus wants a dog, but his mom won't
   let him. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "dogs"
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Peanuts (June 18, 1998)
   "I Don't Know Who Guards the Front"* (Peanuts, June 18,
   1998) / Schulz. -- Summary: Snoopy explains that the job of
   a dog is to eat, sleep, and guard the back of the house. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "guard dogs"
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Peanuts (June 20, 1998)
   "Dogs Can Bark, Birds Can't Bark"* (Peanuts, June 20, 1998)
   / Schulz. -- Summary: Snoopy has to tell Woodstock that
   "`/`/`/" isn't barking. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "barking"
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Peanuts (June 23, 1998)
   "I'll Eat Louder"* (Peanuts, June 23, 1998) / Schulz. --
   Summary: Sally wants to know how Snoopy can scare away
   burglars while he's eating. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "guard dogs"
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Peanuts (July 20, 1998)
   "I Think I've Been Watching Too Much Tumbleweed"* (Peanuts,
   July 20, 1998) / by Schulz. -- Summary: Spike's eyes are
   hurting. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "tumbleweed"
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Peanuts (July 21, 1998)
   "I Lead a Dumb Life"* (Peanuts, July 21, 1998) / Schulz. --
   Summary: Spike is sitting with a cactus watching an
   hourglass. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "hourglasses"
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Peanuts (July 24, 1998)
   "I'm Usually Free in the Afternoon During the Middle of the
   Week"* (Peanuts, July 24, 1998) / Schulz. -- Summary:
   Snoopy offers to guard Linus's house in return for being
   allowed to share the blanket. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "guard dogs"
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Peanuts (July 29, 1998)
   "In Such and Such Fields the Poppies Blow"* (Peanuts, July
   29, 1998) / Schulz. -- Summary: Spike and Snoopy are in the
   trenches in World War I; Spike can't finish his poem
   because he doesn't know where they are. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "poetry"
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Peanuts (Aug. 1, 1998)
   "I'll Change Mine to Sunflowers"* (Peanuts, Aug. 1, 1998) /
   Schulz. -- Summary: Someone has written a poem a lot like
   Spike's: "In Flanders Fields the Poppies Blow.." -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "poetry"
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Peanuts (Sept. 14, 1998)
   "Tell Her I Can Spell 'Zamboni'"* (Peanuts, Sept. 14, 1998)
   / Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown tells the teacher that
   his dog is smart. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "spelling"
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Peanuts (Oct. 29, 1998)
   "Don't Put It In the Bag, I'll Ride It Home"* (Peanuts,
   Oct. 29, 1998) / Schulz. -- Summary: Linus hopes somebody
   will give him a bicycle while he's trick or treating. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "bicycles"
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Peanuts (Feb. 18, 1999)
   "Try Not to Hit Them Into the Lake"* (Peanuts, Feb. 18,
   1999) / Schulz. -- Summary: Sally gives her grampa some
   golf balls for his birthday. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "golf balls"
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Peanuts (Mar. 2, 1999)
   "Dogs Don't Have Throwing Arms"* (Peanuts, Mar. 2, 1999) /
   Schulz. -- Summary: Linus offers to chase the ball if
   Snoopy will throw it. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "throwing"
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Peanuts (Apr. 5, 1999)
   "Dogs Stay Home"* (Peanuts, Apr. 5, 1999) / Schulz. --
   Summary: Charlie Brown is leaving for school. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "staying home"
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Peanuts (June 26, 2000)
   "I've Decided to Change Putters"* (Classic Peanuts, june
   26, 2000) / Schulz. -- Summary: Linus asks Snoopy the
   doctor why he seems nervous. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "golf"
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Peanuts (July 22, 2000)
   "It Was a Dark and Stormy Marriage"* (Peanuts, July 22,
   2000) / by Charles Schulz. -- Summary: Snoopy is writing
   Gone with the Wind III. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Gone
   with the Wind"
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Peanuts (Sept. 22, 2000)
   "Do It Fifty Times a Day, And You'll Never Have To Have
   Acupuncture!"* (Classic Peanuts, Sept. 22, 2000) / Schulz.
   -- Summary: Snoopy has discovered a new exercise. --
   Original copyright year 1974. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "Accupuncture"
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Peanuts (Oct. 5, 2000)
   "I'd Start With You"* (Peanuts, Oct. 5, 2000) / by Charles
   Schulz. -- Summary: Lucy would change the world if she were
   in charge, she tells Charlie Brown. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "change"
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Peanuts (Oct. 6, 2000)
   "Take Your Time On Delivery"* (Classic Peanuts, Oct. 6,
   2000) / Schulz. -- Summary: Schroeder orders another piano.
   -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "pianos"
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Peanuts (Oct. 7, 2000)
   "I Threw Schroeder's Piano Down the Sewer, Now it's Just a
   Matter of Time Until He Loves Me"* (Peanuts Classics, Oct.
   7, 2000) / Schulz. -- Summary: Lucy removes the
   competition. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "competition"
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Peanuts (Oct. 7, 2000)
   "You're Lucky You Can Fly"* (Classic Peanuts, Oct. 7, 2000)
   / Schulz. -- Summary: Woodstock doesn't want to go around
   the world, he hates traveling. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "flying"
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Peanuts (Nov. 18, 2000)
   "Yes, Last Week I Had to Play Eighteen Holes with a Range
   Ball!"* (Classic Peanuts, Nov. 18, 2000) / Schulz. --
   Summary: Snoopy agrees that surgeons are working harder and
   making less money. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Peanuts (Apr. 18, 2001)
   "Don't Say That, I Was Just Getting Comfortable"* (Peanuts,
   Apr. 18, 2001) / by Charles Schulz. -- Summary: Lucy has a
   lawn chair in right field. -- Copyright 1989. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "lawn chairs"
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Peanuts (June 13, 2001)
   "Somehow Chow Tastes Different When You Get A New Mess
   Sergeant"* (Peanuts, June 13, 2001) / by Charles Schulz. --
   Summary: Dad is feeding Snoopy while Charlie Brown is at
   summer camp. -- Original copyright 1989. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "chow"
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Peanuts (June 7, 2002)
   "Wouldn't It Have Been Safer Just to Stay on the
   Sidewalk?"* (Classic Peanuts, June 7, 2002) / Schulz. --
   Summary: Charlie Brown reads to Sally about cowboys
   galloping on prairies, and the danger of horses stepping in
   holes. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "prairies"
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Peanuts (June 11, 2002)
   "I'd Better Use War and Peace"* (Classic Peanuts, June 11,
   2002) / Charles M. Schulz. -- Summary: Marcy tells Patty to
   study hard in summer school, and Patty considers hitting
   her with a small poetry book. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "War and Peace"
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Peanuts (June 12, 2002)
   "Now That's Animal Cruelty!"* (Peanuts, June 12, 2002) / by
   Charles Schultz. -- Summary: Linus leaves Snoopy with his
   blanket and goes to make a chocolate sundae. -- Originally
   copyright 1990. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "sundaes"
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Peanuts (July 12, 2002)
   "Who Invented Foxtails?"* (Classic Peanuts, July 12, 2002)
   / Schulz. -- Summary: Snoopy has been to the veterinarian,
   but he still has one question. -- Original copyright 1990.
   -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "veterinarians"
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Peanuts (Aug. 8, 2003)
   "Maybe Somebody Better Get the Lifeguard"* (Peanuts, Aug.
   8, 2003) / by Charles M. Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown
   tries to impress the little red-haired girl by helping her
   with her umbrella. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "impressing"
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Peanuts (Aug. 9, 2003)
   "You're the Only Person I Know Who Has Overweight Hands"*
   (Classic Peanuts, Aug. 9, 2003) / Schulz. -- Summary: Lucy
   looks at Charlie Brown's hands. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "hands"
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Peanuts (Aug. 30, 2003)
   "That Stupid Beagle is Making Fun of My Education!"*
   (Classic Peanuts, Aug. 30, 2003) / Schulz. -- Summary:
   Sally misspells the world "aisle," and Snoopy laughs. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "education"
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Peanuts (Oct. 15, 2003)
   "I Entered This Contest, See"* (Peanuts, Oct. 15, 2003) /
   by Charles Schulz. -- Summary: Spike shows the prize, his
   new lawnmower, sitting in the sand among the cactus plants.
   -- Original copyright 1991. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "lawnmowers"
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Peanuts (Oct. 16, 2003)
   "So I Wrote to the Contest People, and Told Them I Had no
   Use for a Lawn Mower"* (Peanuts, Oct. 16, 2003) / by
   Charles Schulz. -- Summary: So now Spike has a nice toy
   sailboat in the desert. -- Original copyright 1991. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "lawnmowers"
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Peanuts (Apr. 12, 2004)
   "I Should Have Stayed in Pre-School"* (Peanuts, April 12,
   2004) / Schulz. -- Copyright 1990. -- Summary: Sally
   doesn't like field trips. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "field
   trips"
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Peanuts (Apr. 12, 2004)
   "It's Hard to Get Excited About a Bowl of Rain Water"*
   (Peanuts, April 12, 2004) / Schulz. -- Copyright 1970. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "rainwater'
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Peanuts (Apr. 14, 2004)
   "All Girls Look Forward to their First Kiss in the Rain"*
   (Peanuts, April 14, 2004) / Schulz. -- Copyright 1970. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "kisses"
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Peanuts (Apr. 14, 2004)
   "Field Trips are Supposed to be Very Educational"*
   (Peanuts, April 14, 2004) / by Charles Schulz. -- Copyright
   1990. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "field trips"
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Peanuts (July 2, 2004)
   "Has He Been Rehearsing What He's Going to Say?"* (Classic
   Peanuts, July 2, 2004) / Schulz. -- Summary: Snoopy is off
   to the Daisy Hill Puppy Farm to give a Fourth of July
   speech. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "4th of July"
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Peanuts (July 2, 2004)
   "Tug of War"* (Classic Peanuts, July 2, 2004) / Schulz. --
   Summary: In a silent strip, Snoopy and Linus struggle over
   the blanket, and Snoopy ends up sitting on Linus and
   sucking his thumb. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "blankets"
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Peanuts (July 3, 2004)
   "The Introduction is Over, I'm On!"* (Classic Peanuts, July
   3, 2004) / Schulz. -- Summary: Snoopy sits on a folding
   chair, about to make his Fourth of July speech at the Daisy
   Hill Puppy Farm, then as he gets to the podium he gets
   bonked by a supper dish. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "bonking"
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Peanuts (July 14, 2005)
   "I'm the World's Best Lawn Sprinkler Runner-Througher!"*
   (Classic Peanuts, July 14, 2005) / Schulz. -- Summary:
   Snoopy is disappointed that Lucy won't let him join the
   fun. -- Original copyright 1969. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "lawn sprinklers"
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Peanuts (May 3, 2006)
   "Early Warning Marital Radar"* (Peanuts, May 3, 2006) /
   Charles Schulz. -- Summary: The girls want to warn whomever
   might marry Charlie Brown. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "radar"
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Peanuts (May 10, 2006)
   "And She Must Enjoy Sitting Up Until All Hours at Night
   Listening to Obscure String Quartets"* (Peanuts, May 10,
   2006) / Charles Schulz. -- Summary: Schroeder lays out his
   requirements for a wife, which include cooking and a sense
   of humor. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "cooking"
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Peanuts (May 10, 2006)
   "I Guess We Should Have Come Yesterday"* (Peanuts, May 10,
   2006) / Schulz. -- Summary: Snoopy and the scouts see the
   fall of a rock that has been perched on a cliff for ten
   million years. -- Original copyright 1993. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "balancing rocks"
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Peanuts (May 27, 2006)
   "What If I Decided to Plant a Garden?"* (Peanuts Classics,
   May 27, 2006) / Charles M. Schulz. -- Copyright 1993. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "gardening"
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Peanuts (June 2, 2006)
   "I Think You Get Better Grades If You're Cute"* (Peanuts
   Classics, June 2, 2006) / Charles M. Schulz. -- Summary:
   Peppermint Patty experiments with cuteness. -- Copyright
   1993. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "cuteness"
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Peanuts (Apr. 27, 2007)
   "Maybe They Think of Barking as Being Work"* (Peanuts, Apr.
   27, 2007) / by Charles Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown
   and Linus wonder about dogs not having to do anything. --
   Copyright 1994. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "barking"
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Peanuts (Sept. 1, 2007)
   "Permission from their Primary Care Physician, and Their
   Mom"* (Peanuts, Sept. 1, 2007) / by Charles M. Schulz. --
   Summary: The world famous surgeon explains the rules. --
   Original copyright 1994. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "mothers"
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Peanuts (Sept. 2, 2007)
   "Rain, Rain, Go Away"* (Classic Peanuts, Sept. 2, 2007) /
   by Schulz. -- Summary: Linus stops the rain as if by magic,
   and worries that people will think he's a demon. --
   Original copyright 1960. -- Call no.: oversize PN6726.S79
   Sept. 2, 2007
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Peanuts (July 25, 2009)
   "When Spike Saw His Mom, He Immediately Felt Better"*
   (Peanuts, July 25, 2009) / Schulz. -- Summary: Mom brought
   tapioca pudding. -- Original copyright 1996. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "tapioca"
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Peanuts (Oct. 14, 2010)
   "Numbers, Numbers and More Numbers" (Peanuts, Oct. 14,
   2010) / Schulz. -- Summary: A girl named 3 introduces
   herself and her sister named 4. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "numbers"
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