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Has anyone read or is reading Greg Mortenson's Three Cups of Tea?

Hey so my Ap American History class is reading Three Cups of Tea since Greg will be making a visit to my town in September. I was wondering if anyone else is reading this book. :smileyhappy:

  I personally think what he has done is absolutely amazing! In such a short time he has changed so many lives. Particularly women's lives. I love this book so far and think that all people should read it at least once in their lives.

   Although I could have done without all the climbing references and such, it had it's slow parts, too. :smileyhappy:

   Pennies For Peace is his organization and this is the link if you want to know more about what Greg Mortenson has done for the children and women of Pakistan: