The Easiest Way to Donate Books

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From May 3-28, BlogHer and BookRenter "are working to make a difference in children's lives by generating new books for children who need them most -- via the nonprofit organization First Book.
Want to help? For every answer we receive in the comments to the following question, one book will be donated:

What book has had the greatest impact on your life?" Comment here.

It's hard to focus on just one book. I've reread so many that had such an impact on me between 5 and 15: The Lord of the Rings, Charlotte's Web, A Handful of Time, From Anna, Death on the Nile, 1984, A Wrinkle in Time, The Dark is Rising, and so on and on. The only theme or link I can find in common between most of the books I devoured as a youngster is that most, if not all, of them took place during or between the wars. Somehow, the events of 1910 to 1945, the ordinary people that became heroes, the generation that suffered so much, left a profound impression on me that continues to this day.

What book changed your life?
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