Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for July 04, 1989
Calvin: Mom took me to the library today, Dad. Dad: That's nice. Did you get out a book? Calvin: Yep. It's great! I had no idea books could be so much fun. Dad: And you'll learn things, too. Calvin: I'll say! My book says that this one wasp lays its egg on a spider, so when the egg hatches, the larva eats the spider, saving the vital organs for last, so the spider stays alive while it's being devoured! Gross, huh? Dad: Isn't there a street corner where he could hang out instead? Calvin: And color pictures, too! Want to see 'em?