Q: What did Billy Graham like to read as a child?
A: The Tarzan books.
Billy Graham loved to read novels for boys, especially the Tarzan books about an orphaned boy raised in the African jungle.
He would hang from trees in the yard, giving his version of the Tarzan yell, frightening the wits out of passing horses and drivers.
But making all that racket could have helped Billy Graham in the long run.
“I think that yelling helped develop his voice,” his father said later.
—From Billy Graham: God’s Ambassador