The World of Snoopy is a set of books and tapes that came with a talking Snoopy toy.
In 1986, Worlds of Wonder, the same company behind the original Teddy Ruxpin line of talking toys, released a similar toy using the Peanuts brand. The Teddy Ruxpin toys were based around the idea of a stuffed toy being brought to life using specially programmed cassette tapes, giving it the ability to sing and tell stories. After the initial success, the company made similar toys using other characters such as Mickey Mouse, Mother Goose, and most notably Snoopy.
Snoopy's story series was referred to as “The World of Snoopy”, and the stories followed Snoopy and his various adventures with the cast of Peanuts. These cassettes told somewhat lighter stories than the previous TV specials that Snoopy had been in, and also featured more music and songs. Despite this, the stories themselves still managed to capture the spirit of one of the most popular beagles in history.
This was one of the few instances where Snoopy was given a voice, this time provided by Cam Clarke. who would later return to do Snoopy's voice in the animated version of Snoopy!!! The Musical.