This quote by Ray Bradbury reminds me of the quote from “Good Will Hunting:”
“You dropped a 150 grand on an  education you could have gotten for a dollar fifty in late charges at the public library.”
I have loved books and libraries since I was old enough to know what they were.
That’s me, on the right, with my good buddy Mickey.
In fact, in a somewhat meta twist, one of my favorite books as a child was Julia L. Sauer’s “Mike’s House,” a tale of a library and a very, very special book.
As I mentioned elsewhere, I learned to read largely through the works of Charles Schulz, and have been a voracious reader ever since. In with my own family, reading time was a regular activity, and would go on as long as I could keep from falling asleep, at which point I would keep reading – although what came out was never intelligible. The kids always got a laugh out of that – but they grew up loving books.
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The Old Wolf has spoken.