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5th Jan '17 8:43:50 AM ILikeRobots
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** [[FragileFlower Latvia]] is said to love reading poetry and romance novels.
28th Dec '16 12:43:32 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
** Tyrion claims, "My brother has his sword and I have my mind," though he proves no slouch with an axe himself.
** Sam always wanted to be a wizard, prefers being a steward, and uses "I read it in a book" as his {{catchphrase}}.
** When Davos refuses the book she offers him, Shireen gets a looks that scream, "How could anyone refuse a book? Books are awesome!" Since it's all she seems to do, she's probably more well-read as a teen than half the nobility of Westeros.
11th Dec '16 12:18:41 PM Nazetrime
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* Both Tuuri and Mikkel in ''WebComic/StandStillStaySilent''. It is to the point that while Tuuri was the one officially hired for her scholar skills, Mikkel has become the ''de facto'' authority on which books get copied first, while Tuuri does the actual copying and discusses the contents of the books he chooses to read with him.
10th Nov '16 8:53:44 AM WriterGirl2015
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* ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'': Kaneki, Rize, Hinami, Tsukiyama, and Eto (Sen Takatsuki). The first three are fans of Takatsuki, Tsukiyama likes elegant and interesting reads most notably books about gourmet food, and Eto and Kaneki are shown in the calendar to bemoan not having anybody to talk with about books. Kaneki, being a HurtingHero tries to cope by keeping his nose buried in books.
8th Nov '16 9:23:29 AM ChaoticNovelist
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This is often ''very'' TruthInTelevision. You yourself probably knew at least one. ([[MostTropersAreYoungNerds Or are one.]]) [[TechnologyMarchesOn Technology is marching on]], with smartphones and tablets being used more and more for distribution, reading and libraries and bookstores becoming rarer entities, we will see if in the future these people use physical paper books in RealLife.

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This is often ''very'' TruthInTelevision. You yourself probably knew at least one. ([[MostTropersAreYoungNerds Or are one.]]) [[TechnologyMarchesOn Technology is marching on]], with smartphones and tablets being used more and more for distribution, reading and libraries and bookstores becoming rarer entities, we will see if in the future these people use physical paper books in RealLife.
9th Sep '16 11:43:06 AM Luella
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*Jax Epoch in ''Comicbook/JaxEpochAndTheQuickenForbidden'' loves to read books as a way of escape from her boring life
6th Aug '16 11:51:14 AM annette12
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* Mr. Boynton on ''Series/OurMissBrooks''. In "Bones, Son of Cyrano", Mr. Boynton breaks a date with Miss Brooks so he can finish ''Literature/CyranoDeBergerac''.



* In one episode of ''Series/FamilyMatters,'' Grandma Winslow tells Laura she loved to read when she was little, but couldn't visit the local library because it was for whites only. She goes on to say she walked to the library every day for six months, was thrown out, and endured racist actions, until the librarian gave up and handed her a card.



* Brick from ''Series/TheMiddle''.

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* Brick from ''Series/TheMiddle''.''Series/TheMiddle'' enjoys reading and quoting his books.
* Like her Disney counterpart, Belle from ''Series/OnceUponATime'' is a bookworm.
* Mr. Boynton on ''Series/OurMissBrooks''. In "Bones, Son of Cyrano", Mr. Boynton breaks a date with Miss Brooks so he can finish ''Literature/CyranoDeBergerac''.



* Stefan from ''Series/TheVampireDiaries''. He is highly scholarly and academic.
* See ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' episode "Time Enough At Last"



* Friedhelm Winter from ''[[Series/UnsereMuetterUnsereVaeter Unsere Mütter, unsere Väter]]'' is never without a book. [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII Provided he's not holding a gun, that is]].
* Like her Disney counterpart, Belle from ''Once Upon a Time'' is this.
* In one episode of ''Family Matters,'' Grandma Winslow tells Laura she loved to read when she was little, but couldn't visit the local library because it was for whites only. She goes on to say she walked to the library every day for six months, was thrown out, and endured racist actions, until the librarian gave up and handed her a card.

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* Friedhelm Winter from ''[[Series/UnsereMuetterUnsereVaeter Unsere Mütter, unsere Väter]]'' ''Series/UnsereMuetterUnsereVaeter'' is never without a book. [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII Provided he's not holding a gun, that is]].
* Like her Disney counterpart, Belle from ''Once Upon a Time'' is this.
* In one episode of ''Family Matters,'' Grandma Winslow tells Laura she loved to read when she was little, but couldn't visit the local library because it was for whites only. She goes on to say she walked to the library every day for six months, was thrown out, and endured racist actions, until the librarian gave up and handed her a card.
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4th Aug '16 2:53:56 PM EnglishGuruLady
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* Danielle from ''Ever After'' is this; her favorite book appears to be Thomas More's ''Utopia.''




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* Eugenia "Skeeter" Phelan from ''The Help.'' She's also an aspiring writer [[spoiler: whose book becomes a bestseller.]]


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* In one episode of ''Family Matters,'' Grandma Winslow tells Laura she loved to read when she was little, but couldn't visit the local library because it was for whites only. She goes on to say she walked to the library every day for six months, was thrown out, and endured racist actions, until the librarian gave up and handed her a card.


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* In ''I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings,'' Maya Angelou says she was like this.
4th Aug '16 2:48:20 PM EnglishGuruLady
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* The children's book ''A Sister More Like Me,'' which is a tie-in for ''Frozen,'' describes Elsa as a BookWorm and diligent student.
4th Aug '16 2:43:11 PM EnglishGuruLady
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* Matilda from Roald Dahl's eponymous book [[ChildProdigy taught herself to read in toddlerhood and made significant progress in the Western Canon by age five or six.]] She doubles as a CuteBookworm.
* Anne in ''Anne of Green Gables.'' At first this was a form of escapism from a difficult life as a foster child. She later channeled the interest into teaching and writing; the movie version of ''Anne of Avonlea'' specifically has her teaching English and literature in a private secondary school.
* Sara Crewe of ''A Little Princess'' is said to love books. In fact, when [[spoiler: her father dies and she becomes a servant at Miss Minchin's Seminary]], she is highly concerned about continuing her education, and is thrilled to get to read whenever she can.


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* Like her Disney counterpart, Belle from ''Once Upon a Time'' is this.


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* Several characters in the ''Arthur'' TV series fall under this. They include Arthur himself, as well as Alan "Brain" Powers. Others include:
**Fern Walters, who is both a reader and a writer.
**Marina Datillo, Prunella's AcademicAthlete friend; the girls bonded over a mutual love of Henry Skreever, which is an Expy of ''Harry Potter.''
**Prunella herself, though since she's somewhat of a minor character, we see this less than with the main cast.
* Phoebe Hyerdahl of ''Hey Arnold'' fits as well.
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