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The book is named after [[Calvin]]'s line in a weekday comic where he goes digging in his backyard in order to find treasure. However, this strip is shown in ''[[It's a Magical World]]'' instead. The back shows Tyrannosaurous Rexes piloting F-15 fighter jets which Calvin said in another strip
 
The book is named after [[Calvin]]'s line in a weekday comic where he goes digging in his backyard in order to find treasure. However, this strip is shown in ''[[It's a Magical World]]'' instead. The back shows Tyrannosaurous Rexes piloting F-15 fighter jets which Calvin said in another strip
 
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Revision as of 14:21, July 1, 2016

There's Treasure Everywhere
Theres Treasure Everywhere
First comic: August 30, 1993
Last comic: April 8, 1995
Sabbatical: Second
Other books

There's Treasure Everywhere (ISBN 0836213122) is the tenth Calvin and Hobbes printed collection.

Description

It was released in March 1996 by Andrews & McMeel and collects the comics from August 30, 1993 to April 8, 1995 (and so includes the second sabbatical), excepting some strips from March 1995 featured instead in It's a Magical World. As with all collections released after Attack of the Deranged Mutant Killer Monster Snow Goons, There's Treasure Everywhere's Sunday strips were printed in color.

The book is named after Calvin's line in a weekday comic where he goes digging in his backyard in order to find treasure. However, this strip is shown in It's a Magical World instead. The back shows Tyrannosaurous Rexes piloting F-15 fighter jets which Calvin said in another strip

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