In the beginning, it was all animal books, like Chip the Dam Builder. It was about a beaver and the adventures of this incredible beaver. But you know, Call of the Wild, Becky’s Thunder Egg. And, then there were a lot of books that weren’t necessarily story books, but they were fact books like Reptiles of the Serengeti or things like that and that was really neat because I learned so much about animals that whenever the science teacher brought up anything that even remotely is — I was Johnny on the spot. I had the answer. And within a matter of a year and a half, I went from the bottom of the class to the top of the class, much to the consternation of all those students who used to tease me and call me names. The same ones were coming to me and they’d say, “Benny, Benny, Benny, how do you work this problem,” and I’d say, “Sit at my feet, youngster, while I instruct you.” I was perhaps a little obnoxious, but it sure did feel good to say that to those turkeys.