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Here are links to downloadable editions of the text of With a Little Help. These downloads are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-ShareAlike license, which lets you share it, remix it, and share your remixes, provided that you do so on a noncommercial basis.
I maintain the official file-formats using a piece of free software called SiSu from Ralph Amissah. SiSu is pretty clever: you use a very lightweight markup to put together a master file, and then you can run SiSu on it to convert that master file in PDFs, ODTs, Epubs, HTML, plain text, and so forth. It’s a little rough around the edges (I’d love to be able to tweak the layouts more), but having a single-source solution is vital to correcting typos — otherwise, every typo has to be corrected in multiple files. For those that care, I use a stupid-simple shell script that invokes SiSu, renames its output files, and then uses scp to upload them to this server. So I fix the typo in the .sst file, run the script, and a few minutes later, the corrected files are all generated and uploaded. Hey-presto! Ralph was incredibly patient and nice about getting me set up with this, and I’m deeply grateful for it.
(If you’ve done your own conversion, see these instructions for getting it listed here — and thanks!)
DSLibris edition — thanks to Michael Speth!
* Mobi edition — thanks to Ryan Bernacki!
* Plucker edition — thanks to Sean McGaughey!
* LRF edition — thanks to Sean McGaughey!
* DAISY edition — thanks to Claude Almansi!
* Djvu edition — thanks to Claude Almansi!
* AZW version — thanks to Ian Bone!