Burt Levy's books are different to anyone else's, right down to the way they arrive in the letterbox here at the autosport.com towers.
Make no mistake, I love getting parcels of any kind - even when it's something that you're expecting because you ordered it a week earlier, it still kind of feels like your birthday when the postman turns up bearing a box with your name on it.
So whenever a standard book-sized package turns up - brown cardboard, a couple of stickers from a courier company slapped on the outside - it's a good day.
But it's even cooler when one of Levy's books turns up, because they do not so much 'arrive' as 'make an entry'. You pull the book out of the package, and there's a clatter as an array of badges, stickers and who-knows-what-else falls out with it.