Cartoons & Comic Strips

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  1. The Complete Peanuts 1950-1952 : Volume 1
    Charles M. Schulz , Garrison Keillor (Introduction By)
    Peanuts is the most popular comic strip in the history of the world. Its characters - Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy, Linus, Schroeder, and so many more - have become dearly loved icons for generation after generation.
  2. The Peanuts Guide to Happiness
    Charles M. Schulz
    The Peanuts gang offer their wisdom on happiness in this beautifully produced gift book for all generations.
  3. Goalless Draws : Illuminating the Genius of Modern Football
    David Squires
    'Genius ... Squires' creativity shines through in this collection - there's simply no one better at what he does.' - Best Football Books of 2019, FourFourTwo***Half-and-half scarves? VARs? England winning penalty shoot-outs?
  4. Sign Of The Times
    Peter Brookes
    Full of mischief and political savvy, Sign of the Times subjects the world and its leaders to the most sophisticated of lampoonings, brilliantly satirising those who populate the political classes.
  5. The Ups and Downs of Growing Old Disgracefully
    Tony Husband
    Growing old doesn't mean you have to give up a single thing. In these slightly surreal pages, you'll discover the joys of bungee-jumping with old friends, dressing to impress from the Oxfam shop, and how to find the Corsa after it's parked itself on the other side of the road without telling you. This is life in the fast lane.
  6. The Pointless Leopard: What Good Are Kids Anyway?
    Colas Gutman
    In this witty tale of insistent parents and talking animals, a child questions his purpose.
  7. Artist of the Revolution - Ernest Kavanagh (1884–1916)
    James Curry
    This book comprises a collection of ferocious labour, nationalist and suffrage illustrations by an important yet little-known cartoonist who was killed in the 1916 Rising.
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