How do books interfere with your daily lives?

Fairly obvious that this question was asked by a child who does not want to do the assigned reading. Sadly, books are likely only to interfere with your "life." Sad, precisely because books do not interfere with life; they enrich it. It is through books that we share knowledge and creative thoughts. It is through books that we are able to metaphorically travel to places we can never go, see things we can never see, and experience vicariously things we can never do. Rather than taking the time to justify a reason not to do the work assigned to you, perhaps you should take the little bit of time from your day that it will require, read the book, and try to apply yourself to it. You'll find eventually just how much you do get from reading.
Fairly obvious that this question was asked by a child who does not want to do the assigned reading. Sadly, books are likely only to interfere with your "life." Sad, precisely because books do not interfere with life; they enrich it. It is through books that we share knowledge and creative thoughts. It is through books that we are able to metaphorically travel to places we can never go, see things we can never see, and experience vicariously things we can never do. Rather than taking the time to justify a reason not to do the work assigned to you, perhaps you should take the little bit of time from your day that it will require, read the book, and try to apply yourself to it. You'll find eventually just how much you do get from reading.