Whatever doesn't get met by my readers, I'll make up, so there's no pressure at all. I just wanted to give you the chance to be involved, even if only in spirit, as a way of celebrating all the books you loved as a child and the books your children and grandchildren love now.
So click the link above, read my plea for help, sign the guestbook if you like, and give a dollar if you've got one.
BUT WAIT! The title of this post is The 103 Books Giveaway. That's because if you donate and are interested in winning three of my most favorite books and a robinhasanidea t-shirt (pictured below--your choice of color and sleeve length), you just send me a quick email at firstname.lastname@example.org to let me know you donated and wanna be in the drawing. When the donation gathering is over, I'll draw one name to receive the lot. Easy peasy.
Happy reading, and I'll see you in the 100th post where I'll announce how many books were provided for kids in need and what the next 100 posts might hold in store.
"Imagination for the child is the miraculous, freewheeling device he uses to course his way through the problems of every day....It's through fantasy that children achieve catharsis.” ~ Maurice Sendak
“I don't think I'm essentially interested in children's books. I'm interested in writing, and in pictures. I'm interested in people and in children because they are people.” ~ Margaret Wise Brown