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'''It's A Magical World''' is a [[Books|book]] released in 1996 by [[Andrews & McMeel]]. It includes comics from [[March 20]], [[1995]] to the last strip on [[December 31]], [[1995]]. Some strips from April are in There's Treasure Everywhere<ref>[[Books|Calvin and Hobbes Wiki: Books]]</ref>.
Takes Place: December 31, 1975| sabb=None}}
 
'''It's A Magical World''' is a [[Books|book]] released in 1996 by [[Andrews & McMeel]]. It includes comics from [[August 23]], [[1994]] to the last strip on [[December 31]], [[1995]]. The strips featured are set from 1974 to 1975. Some strips from April are in There's Treasure Everywhere<ref>[[Books|Calvin and Hobbes Wiki: Books]]</ref>.
 
   
 
The book was first published in the UK by Warner Books in 1997.<br />It was reprinted in 1998, 2000 and 2001.
 
The book was first published in the UK by Warner Books in 1997.<br />It was reprinted in 1998, 2000 and 2001.

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It's a Magical World
Its A Magical World
First comic: March 20, 1995
Last comic: December 31, 1995
Sabbatical: None
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It's A Magical World is a book released in 1996 by Andrews & McMeel. It includes comics from March 20, 1995 to the last strip on December 31, 1995. Some strips from April are in There's Treasure Everywhere[1].

The book was first published in the UK by Warner Books in 1997.
It was reprinted in 1998, 2000 and 2001.

After that, it was republished by Time Warner Paperbacks in 2002, and reprinted in 2004.

Three years later, in 2007, it was reprinted by Sphere.

The book is named after Calvin's final line: "It's a magical world, Hobbes, ol' buddy...let's go exploring!"


References

  1. ^ Calvin and Hobbes Wiki: Books

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