Leisure: A Too-Busy Imaginary Buddy

As part of a series on Americans and leisure time, writer Adam Gopnik tells NPR's Susan Stamberg about his daughter's imaginary friend, Charlie Ravioli. Charlie's primary character trait was that he was always too busy to play.



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