|By Jeffrey H. Loria.
New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston. 1st edition 1968. Copyright 1968 by the author. (xii)+1-111 pages. Approx. 5 3/8" by 8 1/8" hardback. Cover art by Charles Schulz. Dust jacket is clipped. Boards and spine are red cloth with an embossed picture of the Peanuts gang and black lettering on spine. This includes a compliments-from-the-publisher card laid in the book.
|Binding and DJ are in Fine condition. There are NO names or store stamps on the book. See scan which is extra large to allow you to see condition details.|
|Interspersing commentary from the author and the Peanuts strips of Charles Schulz, this book looks at changes in American attitudes, ideas, inspirations, and social phenomena over the past years. Lucy on psychiatry; Charlie on love; Snoopy on leisure-time activities; politics, school, and education; home, sports, religion, culture and business—the whole of American life is viewed realistically and sometimes idealistically through the eyes of the Peanuts kids.|