There I was at the store, picking out comics. I was so excited; I had never ever seen so many comics in my life. ACK and Tinkle! Boy oh boy... I was looking at them, when my dad walked in and handed me a mystery book.
The same book store was where I got most of my school text books. I never liked that bit, though. But my summer vacation reading was taken care of, as most of my Enid Blytons, even books my Franklin W Dixon’s Hardy Boys and Carolyn Keene’s Nancy Drews were all bought from this store. I had adventures and misadventures with George and Timmy, and then Nancy Drew and George. Classics and Shakespeare too, began right here. I was taken into these old English customs and their balls and dances, through the pages I obtained from this very store.