Lucy: Not Just Another Pretty Face
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Printed: 1998 Author: Charles M. Schulz
Publisher: Harper Entertainment ISBN: 0061073008
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Hardcover, 79 pages, (November 1998), usually ships within 2-3 days.
Amazon Review
Making her debut in 1952, just two short years after the Peanuts comic strip first ran, Lucy Van Pelt burst into the popular daily, becoming the high-voltage catalyst to ignite the comedic fire under the lovable members of the original Peanuts gang. Lucy's take-charge attitude and annoying self-confidence immediately cast her as one of the favorite characters of the strip as well as an unlikely, but powerful, role model for men and women alike. To ardent fans of the strip, she is best loved for being bossy and charmingly crabbya disposition that is solely her own. Lucy: Not Just Another Pretty Face celebrates all of the wit, wisdom, and relentless criticism that Lucy has to offer in an unprecedented collection of strips devoted especially to her. Whether she is leaning on Schroeder's piano or counseling good ol' Charlie Brown, her flawless advice and zany antics have kept Peanuts fans laughing and learning for more than 45 years. Classic strips and special interactive features in each chapter keep the pages turning and the laughs coming. With an introduction by Charles M. Schulz, you'll learn more about the evolution of Lucy's unique personality and how it has changed over the decades. Lucy: Not Just Another Pretty Face is an outstanding treasury for every Lucy devotee's library. As the original dominant female character in Peanuts, it is easy to see why she is considered the brains and the beauty of the strip! "That'll be five cents, please!"
About the Author
Charles M. Schulz, is the world-renowned creator of the Peanuts comic strip. He is the recipient of two Reuben Awards from the National Cartoonists Society and has been inducted into the cartoonists Hall of Fame. He lives with his wife, Jeannie, in Santa Rosa, California