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Jan A., 20th-century Swedish geneticist. See: Böök syndrome.
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One night, two books into the series, my son aged three pulled Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets out of my hand and said in a very firm tone, `Can't you get your nose out of those Harry Potter books?' He had been primed by his father, but he was right--I had spent every available minute glued to one of the Harry Potter books.
Reading lists were, from the early years of children's librarianship, seen as an important means of getting good books into the hands of young people.
How does one translate a love of books into owning a used bookstore?