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Saturday, February 3, 2018

To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee


Reviewed By: D.T.

To Kill A Mockingbird was written during the time of the Civil Rights Movement, but the story takes place during the 1930s. This book is a coming of age story, in which the main character, Scout, learns more about the world she lives in as she grows up. Her whole world changes when she sees the world for what it really is. Because the reader sees things from Scout's perspective, it gives a feel of innocence and youth on problems we see in the world today.

Why I Picked It Up: It was recommended by the school.

Why I Finished It: It taught me so many things. Even though the story took place in the '30s, readers can still gain so many values from reading this book.

I’d Give This Book To: Anyone who is looking for a good book to read.

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