Peanuts – Snoopy

Peanuts (Snoopy) by Charles Schulz – Vista Puzzles – 100 pieces

A miracle happened when I was assembling this puzzle – my youngest son came in and started helping me, and he stayed and was fully engaged until it was finished! It may not seem that miraculous to you, but to his momma it was an amazing blessing.

Both of my sons are autistic, but my youngest is more in his own world than my oldest. He does only the things he is interested in, and trying to get him to engage is quite difficult and sometimes upsets him greatly. For some reason this puzzle was different and he stood next to me and put pieces in until it was finished. AMAZING!

Anyway, this is another of the Peanuts puzzles that come in a metal tube, and they’re good quality. The color scheme is different than the previous puzzle, and obviously Snoopy is featured instead of Linus, but the comic strips in the background are the same.

We had a great time putting this puzzle together – myself and my newest puzzle posse member. 💖

2 thoughts on “Peanuts – Snoopy

  1. Beth

    I’m so glad you and your son enjoyed this puzzle together. From what I understand, you donate most of your cardboard puzzles when you are done assembling them, but perhaps this one is a keeper and you can try bringing it out again some time in the future and maybe he’ll help you again? I wonder what is was that attracted him to the puzzle? Snoopy? Comic book panels? The two-color color pallette?

    I think it would be fun to assemble a puzzle with comic panels, you’d end up with a short story to read when you’re done!

    I popped over to the Linus puzzled you referred to and you talked about cool puzzle boxes. Spin Master Games has a throw back collection of puzzles that are movie/DVD covers packaged in plastic boxes that are made to look like you picked the puzzle off the shelf from Block Buster video.

    http://spinmastergames.com/en_us/toys/30778988277967

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