You spend enough time doing trivia contests, you get to understand that Millard Fillmore is the answer to EVERYTHING.
And here’s another bit of trivia, according to Buzzfeed: his book was the dictionary:
[W]hile apprented to a clothes-maker as a teenager, Fillmore bought a dictionary and used it to expand his vocabulary, sometimes studying it while carding wool. It was the dictionary that would lead Fillmore to a better life as a lawyer’s apprentice, a career in politics, and eventually the White House.
I know, we missed Presidents’ Day because we were home doing whatever it is that books people do on holidays (I’ll give you three guesses, and the first two don’t count). But this list of all 44 presidents’ favorite reads is still pretty fun: Did you know that Ulysses S. Grant admitted to blowing off his West Point studies in order to hide in the library and read popular novels? That’s my kind of guy.