Find a book for each of your initialsJ -- Johnny the Clockmaker, by Edward Ardizzone (Js are hard! It took me a long time to find this one!)
K -- Kaleidoscope, by Eleanor Farjeon
L -- Leave it to Psmith, by P. G. Wodehouse
P -- Persuasion, by Jane Austen
Count your age along your bookshelf... What book is it?
Before We Visit the Goddess, by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni. A wonderful novel and a fun thing to get, since I got to meet her a year or so ago.
Pick a book set in your country
The Grapes of Wrath, by John Steinbeck. It's a definitive California novel, after all, and partly set in Bakersfield, where I was born. I should really re-read it.
Pick a book that represents a destination you'd love to travel to
Hum. I have a long list of destinations I would love to travel to! I'll pick Ireland, and I have this interesting book about medieval Irish monks called Sun Dancing, so I'll go with that. Besides, it's timely; back when The Force Awakens came out, I recognized Luke's island as one where Irish monks lived. I was quite tickled to see the beehive cells in The Last Jedi. (It's the island Skellig Michael, but it had been too long since I read the book for me to remember the name.)
Pick a book that is your favorite color
Er. My favorite color is lime green, which is not a color that books really come in very often. Looking at my shelves, I see exactly one: Lingua Latina II: Roma Aeterna (per se illustrata).
Which book do you have fondest memories of
I don't know about fondest, that's a pretty high bar, but when I met my husband, he had been living in South America and working hard, and had fallen out of the habit of reading for fun. I lent him Howl's Moving Castle (a UK paperback edition which we still have), and it reminded him about leisure reading -- and hooked him on DWJ at the same time.