* Beatty's monologue, while a good example of how villainous he is, is one of the best in literature history.
* Since the book is popular with schools trying to teach lessons about censorship but also contains some mild swears, someone had the idea to make a censored version of the book. Students caught wind of this and protested that it was exactly the kind of censorship the book warns about. The publishing company dropped the censored version. An extended version of the book includes an interview with Bradbury where he states he couldn't be more proud of the students.