Charlie Brown’s cricket team never wins. Not ever. Charlie Brown’s summer camping experience never goes well.
Not ever. And now Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang are going on safari to South Africa. Everything that CAN go wrong, DOES go wrong – for Charlie Brown, as per usual.
When disaster strikes, it is up to Charlie Brown to save the day. Can he, at last, become the hero he has always longed to be?
Charles M Schulz created Charlie Brown, Snoopy and all the other characters over a period of many years.
The “Peanuts” comic strip started in 1950 and continued until 2000, although reruns have continued since then. Seventeen thousand, eight hundred and ninety-seven (17 897!) Peanuts’ comic strips were published in over 2 600 newspapers, with a readership of 355 million people, in 75 different countries and 21 different languages.
We have taken a bit of artistic license with our story. For example, our Charlie Brown and Peppermint Patty lead cricket teams instead of baseball teams, and we have adults in our cast of characters.
There are no adults in the original Peanuts’ strips but we hope die-hard Peanuts fans will forgive us, and still enjoy our story.
News supplied by Howick Preparatory School.