Author: Charles M. Shulz

Plot Summary: This is a Peanuts book with every page containing an instance of happiness. A few examples include: Happiness is a bread and butter sandwich folded over.This is a Peanuts book with every page containing an instance of happiness. A few examples include: Happiness is a bread and butter sandwich folded over. Happiness is finding someone you like at the front door. Happiness is a fuzzy sweater. Happiness is a pile of leaves. Happiness is a nightlight. The story ends with the line: Happiness is one thing to one person and another thing to another person. Happiness is finding someone you like at the front door. Happiness is a fuzzy sweater. Happiness is a pile of leaves. Happiness is a nightlight. The story ends with the line: Happiness is one thing to one person and another thing to another person.

Posted In: Ethics

Discussion Questions:

What is happiness?
Can what makes you happy change?
Is happiness the same for everyone?
Is happiness a good thing?
Is happiness the most important thing?
What’s the relationship between happiness and pleasure?

Contributed by Gobe Hirata