The Complete History of Peanuts on Parade: A Tribute to Charles M. Schulz: Volume One: The St. Paul Years (Paperback)
Peanuts on Parade was not only the biggest tribute to Peanuts creator, Charles Schulz, but is the largest and longest running city art project dedicated to an individual. Hosted by St. Paul, Minnesota (2000-2004) and Santa Rosa, California (2005-2007, 2010), over five million fans from all fifty states and over sixty countries searched for nearly 800 unique five-foot statues of the Peanuts gang, each year featuring a different character. Go behind the scenes from the very first conversations in the mayor's office in 2000 to the final statues of 2010. Walk every step of Peanuts on Parade in this two-volume set
In Volume One, you'll find over 100 statues each of Snoopy, Charlie Brown, Lucy, Linus, and Snoopy along with Woodstock on Snoopy's doghouse. This is the first time photos of every statue have been assembled in one collection; including some statues that have never been on public display. Get the explanation behind each piece of art and the project itself straight from hundreds of artists, sponsors, organizers, and celebrities. Slide in additional tidbits, auction results, collectables, trivia, and the current location of dozens of statues, and you have The Complete History of Peanuts on Parade.