What good what that do? She’d have had to buy her a children’s dictionary, teach her how to use it, and continously test her on it to make sure she’s actually using it and understanding that some words sound the same but are spelled differently with different menaing. Something proto-Lucy here MIGHT have learned but classic Lucy will prove far to dense to get.
And he despised that version. Especially after proving he could play other versions, even making his piano sound like a pipe organ on one version.
Getting to the Olwen and Hickory part of the teaser poster.
Bea got bored of waiting for them to need her?
Uh oh. This means future trouble.
While Schroeder greatly admire’s Beethoven, he doesn’t just play Beethoven.
I’m suddenly hearing Don McLean with those three, boderless panels in the bottom row. And to paraphrase
Cat hair palette buff and gold
Look out on woman’s broom today
With eyes that know the beauty in the air
Elvis standing oh so still
Sketch the kitties tumbling
Goldie chases buff in the kitchen now
In colors that’s the cat’s meow
Says something that she’s thinking of marrying Charlie Brown. The only other male we know the surname of is too young for her to consider at this point. Too bad she doesn’t know Shermy and Schroeder’s surnames (although like Linus Schroeder may be a little young for her though he is fast catching up in age)
12th grade English teacher would have accepted it as two pages.
Classic cartoon trope.