Reading While Eating for March 20: Pure Imagination

Tuesday's links discuss the power of books — and '90s television stars.

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An Yanshi, wearing a panda costume, stands in a truck as he unloads panda droppings which are used as fertiliser at his tea farm during a media event in Ya'an, Sichuan province, China, on March 17, 2012. China's national treasure, the giant panda, will become even more precious if one businessman succeeds in using their dung to grow organic green tea he intends to sell for over $200 a cup.

Do the Urkel Dance: Jaleel White made his debut on Dancing with the Stars last night. And Steve Urkel can really move! (BuzzFeed)

Scary Shortage: Where have all the drugs gone? TIME’s Alice Park investigates a puzzling prescription drug shortage. (Healthland)

Book Worms: One artist has created a series of gigantic sculptures of books exploding out of buildings in Spain. (Flavorwire)

Icy Idea: Did the Nazis create a gigantic secret base in Antarctica? No, seriously, this is an actual theory. (Mental Floss)

Pint-Size Peace: Can adorable children create peace between Israel and Iran? Probably not, but they can sure try. (The Daily What)

Today’s Cute Thing: This dog will (happily) go down a playground slide on command. (Viral Viral Videos)