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ianbrooks:

Peanuts: Love Is Walking Hand and Hand by Charles Schulz
Charles Schulz knew a thing or two about human moments, about the little things that peppered the memorable moments of a life, seen in every single one of his comic strips. But the Peanuts gang had a few things to say about a funny little thing called love as well, as illustrated in this 1965 book by Schulz. It’s long out of print but you can still find a used copy on amazon for a few hundred bucks. Dont worry about the price though, love is usually worth it in the end.

(source: brainpickings / via: theawesomer)
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ianbrooks:

Peanuts: Love Is Walking Hand and Hand by Charles Schulz
Charles Schulz knew a thing or two about human moments, about the little things that peppered the memorable moments of a life, seen in every single one of his comic strips. But the Peanuts gang had a few things to say about a funny little thing called love as well, as illustrated in this 1965 book by Schulz. It’s long out of print but you can still find a used copy on amazon for a few hundred bucks. Dont worry about the price though, love is usually worth it in the end.

(source: brainpickings / via: theawesomer)
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ianbrooks:

Peanuts: Love Is Walking Hand and Hand by Charles Schulz
Charles Schulz knew a thing or two about human moments, about the little things that peppered the memorable moments of a life, seen in every single one of his comic strips. But the Peanuts gang had a few things to say about a funny little thing called love as well, as illustrated in this 1965 book by Schulz. It’s long out of print but you can still find a used copy on amazon for a few hundred bucks. Dont worry about the price though, love is usually worth it in the end.

(source: brainpickings / via: theawesomer)
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ianbrooks:

Peanuts: Love Is Walking Hand and Hand by Charles Schulz
Charles Schulz knew a thing or two about human moments, about the little things that peppered the memorable moments of a life, seen in every single one of his comic strips. But the Peanuts gang had a few things to say about a funny little thing called love as well, as illustrated in this 1965 book by Schulz. It’s long out of print but you can still find a used copy on amazon for a few hundred bucks. Dont worry about the price though, love is usually worth it in the end.

(source: brainpickings / via: theawesomer)
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ianbrooks:

Peanuts: Love Is Walking Hand and Hand by Charles Schulz
Charles Schulz knew a thing or two about human moments, about the little things that peppered the memorable moments of a life, seen in every single one of his comic strips. But the Peanuts gang had a few things to say about a funny little thing called love as well, as illustrated in this 1965 book by Schulz. It’s long out of print but you can still find a used copy on amazon for a few hundred bucks. Dont worry about the price though, love is usually worth it in the end.

(source: brainpickings / via: theawesomer)
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ianbrooks:

Peanuts: Love Is Walking Hand and Hand by Charles Schulz
Charles Schulz knew a thing or two about human moments, about the little things that peppered the memorable moments of a life, seen in every single one of his comic strips. But the Peanuts gang had a few things to say about a funny little thing called love as well, as illustrated in this 1965 book by Schulz. It’s long out of print but you can still find a used copy on amazon for a few hundred bucks. Dont worry about the price though, love is usually worth it in the end.

(source: brainpickings / via: theawesomer)
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ianbrooks:

Peanuts: Love Is Walking Hand and Hand by Charles Schulz
Charles Schulz knew a thing or two about human moments, about the little things that peppered the memorable moments of a life, seen in every single one of his comic strips. But the Peanuts gang had a few things to say about a funny little thing called love as well, as illustrated in this 1965 book by Schulz. It’s long out of print but you can still find a used copy on amazon for a few hundred bucks. Dont worry about the price though, love is usually worth it in the end.

(source: brainpickings / via: theawesomer)
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ianbrooks:

Peanuts: Love Is Walking Hand and Hand by Charles Schulz
Charles Schulz knew a thing or two about human moments, about the little things that peppered the memorable moments of a life, seen in every single one of his comic strips. But the Peanuts gang had a few things to say about a funny little thing called love as well, as illustrated in this 1965 book by Schulz. It’s long out of print but you can still find a used copy on amazon for a few hundred bucks. Dont worry about the price though, love is usually worth it in the end.

(source: brainpickings / via: theawesomer)
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ianbrooks:

Peanuts: Love Is Walking Hand and Hand by Charles Schulz
Charles Schulz knew a thing or two about human moments, about the little things that peppered the memorable moments of a life, seen in every single one of his comic strips. But the Peanuts gang had a few things to say about a funny little thing called love as well, as illustrated in this 1965 book by Schulz. It’s long out of print but you can still find a used copy on amazon for a few hundred bucks. Dont worry about the price though, love is usually worth it in the end.

(source: brainpickings / via: theawesomer)
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ianbrooks:

Peanuts: Love Is Walking Hand and Hand by Charles Schulz
Charles Schulz knew a thing or two about human moments, about the little things that peppered the memorable moments of a life, seen in every single one of his comic strips. But the Peanuts gang had a few things to say about a funny little thing called love as well, as illustrated in this 1965 book by Schulz. It’s long out of print but you can still find a used copy on amazon for a few hundred bucks. Dont worry about the price though, love is usually worth it in the end.

(source: brainpickings / via: theawesomer)
Zoom Info

ianbrooks:

Peanuts: Love Is Walking Hand and Hand by Charles Schulz

Charles Schulz knew a thing or two about human moments, about the little things that peppered the memorable moments of a life, seen in every single one of his comic strips. But the Peanuts gang had a few things to say about a funny little thing called love as well, as illustrated in this 1965 book by Schulz. It’s long out of print but you can still find a used copy on amazon for a few hundred bucks. Dont worry about the price though, love is usually worth it in the end.

(source: brainpickings / via: theawesomer)

ianbrooks:

Occupy 1,2,3 by John and Jana

An endearing children’s guide to understanding the Occupy Wall Street Movement, while also brushing up on their numbers. Says John: “We are a children’s book author/illustrator team who have decided to create this free download-it-print-it-fold-it-distribute-it-yourself mini picture book called Occupy 1.2.3. We thought Occupiers - and Occupy supporters - could stick this book in their back pocket out of the sight of police when they come to tear up the encampment and destroy the library. We hope everyone will pass these around to give a fun idea of what Occupy is about”. Download, cut out, and distribute from here: flotsamandjetpacks

(via: Boing Boing)

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