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To Kill A Mockingbird


Walk around in someone else's shoes for a day

Audience Grades 9+; used in Classical Conversations communities in Challenge I
Accessibility Most students will require minimal guidance
Preparation None required
Ease of Use Regular print
Author Harper Lee
Page Count 376
Format Perfect bound; paperback
Publication Date 1982

General Description

To Kill a Mockingbird is the delightful coming-of-age story of Scout, a southern girl of the 1930s. With a warm and captivating style, Harper Lee’s novel alternates between laugh-out-loud, personal scenes and arresting, profound ones. Lee’s depth of character development makes it impossible not to put yourself in the story, questioning not only the characters, but your own character. To Kill a Mockingbird is a story of hate, love, and freedom: what it means, and how we ought to use it.