... Ray Bradbury- hero with thick glasses!

  • jack germsheid 3y

    Enriched my childhood
  • Hello Chicago 3y

    What a loss.
  • steveartist 3y

    My late brother and I purchased a paperback copy of The Illustrated Man while visiting our grandparents in California. It was the summer of 1955 and we were thirteen. I have never forgotten the magic of those stories.
  • the real night train 3y

    steveartist My first exposure to Ray was The Illustrated Man in the 6th grade. I remember when NBC had a mini series for The Martian Chonicles. To my good fortune, a video store in my town was closing and selling off everything, including a copy of the series. I'll watch it again in honor of Ray.
  • Hello Chicago 3y

  • bill f 3y

    [https://www.flickr.com/photos/71417976@N00/7351661380/in/photostream] Just a few of the books that I had around me as a kid in Junior High, (yes I didn't say Middle School).
  • TheUnrequitedTV 3y

    ...my favorite of all his writings is a powerful short story, "All Summer In A Day"...i was maybe 12 or 13 when i first read it, and it's formidable description of both the innocence and savagery of childhood was enthralling...i think he was the finest short story writer ever...
  • the real night train 3y

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