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Hey, Peanuts! by Charles M. Schultz. First copyright is 1950, but this is the 1984 (forty-first!) printing. Fawcett publishers. The old Peanuts cartoon are pretty good. There at the end, the comic wasn’t very funny, but when they started running the old ones in the paper, those were funny.
The best cover I’ve seen for The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain. And I’ve seen a lot of them. I lived for awhile in Hannibal, MO, Samuel Clemens’ (aka Mark Twain) home town. And, I’m a librarian. Both those facts have given me ample opportunity to see many versions of Mark Twain’s work. This one is a Signet Classic copyright 1959, but this one was published in 1964.
Hey, Peanuts! The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn A Signet Classics (A Signet Classic)