I found another one of these absolutely delightful books by Charles M. Schulz at a thrift store a couple of weeks ago.
"Home Is On Top Of A Dog House"
(Copyright 1966 by United Features Syndicate, Inc., and published by Determined Productions, Inc. San Francisco, California):
I miss it, and then again, I don't. But, surely I could handle it for one night. Especially if S'mores were involved in the evening around the campfire. And how about a sing-a-long, too? I would enjoy that. Some of the good old folk tunes we used to sing back then. Pete Seeger, and stuff like that.
And I wouldn't mind one bit if Snoopy came along with us.
Thank you, Mr. Schulz. We still miss you.