The Charlie Brown Dictionary
by Charles M. Schulz
Scholastic Book Services, The World Publishing Company, 1973 [2nd Printing], colour illustrated title page, colour illustrations throughout, large format paperback
Very Good Condition, some edge and shelf wear, some rubbing, minor chipping and creasing to edges and corners, crease to back cover, minor foxing to covers, no inscriptions (see photographs)
"The Charlie Brown Dictionary is a new dictionary based on a classic model - The Rainbow Dictionary, published originally in 1947 and in a new copyright edition in 1959, and a bestseller in its field since publication.
The present dictionary is new in both its illustrations and its definitions, but the vocabulary is largely that of The Rainbow Dictionary, with additions and deletions reflecting changes in the language that children hear, speak and read. the concept of the dictionary also remains unchanged: youngsters should enjoy the use of a dictionary. They should find it a source of pleasure so that, as they grow, they will easily turn to more advanced dictionaries as a source of knowledge."