My first exposure to his work was back in 1980. The Martian Chronicles made-for-tv miniseries starring Rock Hudson, Darren McGavin, Bernadette Peters, Roddy McDowall. I waited for weeks for the one copy in our school library to get returned. Nowhere near as good as the book, but it was wicked strange sci-fi for me as a kid. We read The Veldt, and Dandelion Wine in lit class.
My favorite Bradbury book is a collection of his essays on creativity, called "Zen and the Art of Writing" and a while back, I picked up a copy of Green Shadows, White Whale, but I haven't read it yet, started it a few times, but got distracted by other stuff. It's a novel about Bradbury's experiences with John Huston making Moby Dick in Ireland. I'll probably pick it up again, now it may take on a different perspective.