"But he is a dogged soul, pushing on until he comes to an undeniably fine spot for a youngster to curl up with a book: 'The best place to be, just my book, Mom, and me—' It's a sweet ending, one that avoids being mawkish because it has been so hard-won. (Picture book. 3-6)"
If a good man is hard to find, that's nothing compared to a good reading chair, as Bertram and Bloom's youthful protagonist discovers when he goes looking for the right place to read his new book.
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