Charles M. Schulz

Charles M. Schulz

Charles M. Schulz was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1922 and grew up in Saint Paul. He gained a reputation worldwide as a cartoonist for his work on Peanuts. He died in 2000.



Dear Santa Claus, How have you been? How is your wife? I am not sure what I want for Christmas this year. Sometimes it is very hard to decide. Perhaps you should send me your catalogue

Life According to Linus

Charles M. Schulz

Don’t be satisfied until you’re too smart for your own good!

How to be a Grrrl

Charles M. Schulz

What you have learned here today, Charlie Brown, will be of immeasurable value to you for many years to come

The Genius of Charlie Brown

Charles M. Schulz

Girls and dogs… undoubtedly two of mankind’s greatest mysteries

The Complete Peanuts 1999-2000

Charles M. Schulz

Dear Santa Claus, You can’t bluff me. I know that you are wishy washy. I know that you will bring me presents whether I’m good or whether I’m bad

The Bumper Book of Peanuts

Charles M. Schulz

I need plenty of rest in case tomorrow is a great day. It probably won’t be, but if it is, I’ll be ready!

The Philosophy of Snoopy

Charles M. Schulz

You know what surprises me? I’m surprised that you didn’t fall in love with me the very first time you saw me. Life is full of surprises

The Peanuts Guide to Love

Charles M. Schulz

Friendship is smoothing a ruffled feather

The Peanuts Guide to Friendship

Charles M. Schulz

Legally, a big sister can throw out a younger brother because she’s bigger than he is, and he bugs her all the time and she can do it, and I did it!!! (And if you’re smart, you won’t get involved)

The Peanuts Guide to Brothers and Sisters

Charles M. Schulz