Like the title says, Charles M. Schultz is still a supreme genius to me. I have always loved the Peanuts gang. Most of all, Snoopy and Woodstock.
In this comic for kids, Woodstock and Snoopy are at it again. They are just too funny together. We love to watch them e frienemies - since that is where we love to find them. They are either getting along and are wonderful friends, or they are giving each other crap to keep them humble.
In Woodstock: Master of Disguise I love the quirky Snoopy and how he speaks for both himself, and Woodstock. We never actually hear the bird speak, but through Snoopy and his responses - well, I have a clue. Don't you love them?
It is like best friends who cannot help themselves. They feel more like family and they get away with more too. In one piece of the comic, Woodstock puts on Snoopy's cologne. Odd yes, but makes for a funny piece. The whole Peanuts gang is present - and makes for a lot of fun!
I am absolutely grateful that I can still read about the peanuts gang and this is a wonderful novel that will be found when it comes out on April 28, 2015 in most eBook forms as well as print. I think it would be a great gift! CLICK HERE to find it at Goodreads if you want to keep tabs on it for purchase.
***This ARC copy was received FREE from Netgalley.com for reviewing purposes. My humble and honest opinion was not a reflection of Netgalley, nor its affiliates.