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Many Faces of Snoopy

Charles M. Schulz

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

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Snoopy is no ordinary beagle! Throughout the years, he has adopted many personas, each unique and full of personality. As Joe Cool, he's aloof, unflappable, above the fray, the hip dog we'd all like to be. As the World War I Flying Ace, he engages in aerial combat with the notorious Red Baron. Snoopy has adopted various guises, and pretended to be all sorts of different animals . . . and people. The Many Faces of Snoopy celebrates eight of Snoopy's most popular alter egos, along with quotes from Snoopy himself.

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