Is it true that you didn't read much when you were young?

I didn’t like school. I did as little homework as possible. I participated in class only under duress from the nuns. Before sixth grade, I wasn’t even much of a reader. My reading was limited largely to baseball magazines, the daily sports page—usually carefully read over a chocolate egg cream in the local candy store—and the backs of baseball cards old and new. I was captivated by those color pictures of men wearing five o’clock shadows and baggy pants. Luckily for me, however, I discovered the Hardy Boys. Frank and Joe set me straight about the joys of reading.



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