A-Maze-Ing Peanuts: 100 Mazes Featuring Charlie Brown and Friends (Paperback)

A-Maze-Ing Peanuts: 100 Mazes Featuring Charlie Brown and Friends By Charles M. Schulz, Joe Wos Cover Image

A-Maze-Ing Peanuts: 100 Mazes Featuring Charlie Brown and Friends (Paperback)

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The Peanuts gang are stuck! It’s up to you to help them find their way out of these creative, playful mazes.

With official artwork and the maze-crafting expertise of Joe Wos, Peanuts fans can now enjoy their beloved characters like never before. These unique mazes feature Snoopy, Charlie Brown, Woodstock, and the rest of the Peanuts crew as integrated, solvable parts of the puzzles.

Everyone from ages seven and up will enjoy solving these magical mazes with some of the most iconic comic characters of the twentieth century. A-MAZE-Ing Peanuts guarantees hours of entertainment . . . and a healthy dose of nostalgia.
Joe Wos has been a professional cartoonist since the age of fourteen. His career has taken as many twists and turns as one of his mazes, including touring nationwide as a performer, founding a cartoon art museum in Pittsburgh, illustrating symphony performances, creating the world’s largest hand-drawn maze, and much more. Joe has been the visiting resident cartoonist of the Charles M. Schulz Museum for the past eighteen years, and with MazeToons—unique illustrations that are part cartoon and part puzzle—Joe has fulfilled a lifelong dream to appear in the funny pages. With great delight, he has heard every variation of the phrase “A-maze-ing.”
Product Details ISBN: 9781524869724
ISBN-10: 1524869724
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Publication Date: November 9th, 2021
Pages: 112
Language: English
“Are mazes a meditation? Or a mind-bending challenge? If you are like Snoopy, you may just start at the finish and then relax on your doghouse for the rest of the day.  In A-Maze-ing Peanuts you will be delighted to meet Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and the whole Peanuts gang as you work your way through each maze.” (Jean Schulz, Charles M Schulz Museum)