Why, Charlie Brown, Why?: A Story About What Happens When a Friend Is Very Illby Charles M. Schulz, Paul Newman (Foreword by)
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In this timeless classic, the Peanuts gang faces the serious sickness of a good friend with all the sensitivity, caring, and warmth that is the trademark of Charles Schultz's work. Why, Charlie Brown, Why? is a heartwarming story of a child dealing with great challenges and profound questions.
When young Janice is diagnosed with leukemia, Charlie Brown looks for answers, Linus becomes her protector, Lucy doesn't understand, Snoopy dons his '"World's Greatest Surgeon" togs, and the whole gang does some soul searching. In his own inimitable style, Charles Schulz brings this touching tale to life. With charm and compassion, he tells of the effect of Janice's illness on her family, her classmates, and, of course, her friends.
For more than a decade, Why, Charlie Brown, Why? has helped children to understand what happens when someone they love is sick. Now this wonderful book is available once again to serve as a guide for future generations.
- Random House Publishing Group
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- Product dimensions:
- 8.14(w) x 8.29(h) x 0.39(d)
- Age Range:
- 4 - 8 Years
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