Andrews McMeel Publishing

As a global, independent publisher, Andrews McMeel discovers and develops original content that is both profound and popular. One of the enduring characteristics of our company’s success is the ability to identify and amplify unique, powerful voices that tell the story of our times. We strive to empower our creators, engage readers, and unite audiences, communities, and cultures.


We are known for New York Times bestselling poetry and inspiration, cutting-edge comics and humor, interactive puzzles and activities, and enlightening and entertaining children’s books and series. Our publishing decisions and the authors we represent continue to evolve and are a reflection of what’s relevant in the world around us as well as who we are as a company. We value confidence, creativity, and collaboration, and employ these tenets with a goal to effect change, embrace new thinking, and orchestrate outcomes.


AMP offers the responsiveness and intimacy of an independent publisher along with the global reach of a major house through our unique partnership with Simon & Schuster. Editorial, marketing, and production are headquartered at Andrews McMeel in Kansas City, while Simon & Schuster handles the logistics of sales and distribution.

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Peanuts Origami: 20+ Amazing Paper-Folding Projects Featuring Charlie Brown and the Gang

Peanuts Origami, 978-1-5248-5118-7, $19.99


Experience the classic world of Peanuts like never before with this deluxe origami guidebook. Packed with easy-to-follow instructions, fans can learn to fold over 20 unique origami pieces, inspired by the timeless comic strip.


The book includes:
• Illustrated origami paper, custom designed to fold two of each project
• Easy-to-follow instructions
• Photography of the finished origami for helpful reference
• Quizzes and puzzles centered around Peanuts

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