Review; A Charlie Brown Christmas by Charles M. Schulz

As it is December and soon Christmas, I will post quite a few reviews of Christmas books. First out is A Charlie Brown Christmas by Charles M. Schulz.

Description from Goodreads
The beloved Peanuts holiday special about Charlie Brown, Linus, a sad Christmas tree that's rescued, and the meaning of Christmas first aired on television in the 1960s. This charming, full-color abridgment of the animated classic is the perfect stocking stuffer to celebrate the holiday season. PEANUTS © United Feature Syndicate, Inc.

My Thoughts On The Book
Even though this book is a book adaption of the movie/cartoon classic, it was still pretty charming (and quick) read. I watched the holiday special afterwards and I totally get why it is a classic, especially as the message of Christmas spirit gets across pretty easily.

For those who haven't seen the holiday special (or want to re-watch it), here it is.


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