To Kill a Mockingbird
by Harper Lee

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"This is an amazing book!" a quote from my 17 year old daughter.  This is a hard book to review because it is absolutely one of my all time, way up there, favorites! 

There is truly no equal to this depiction of southern life and courtroom drama.

Through the eyes of Scout, a young, motherless, tom-boy, southern racism is played out in a small town, 1930's setting.  That theme is masterfully interwoven with one of the most delightful and whimsical picture of a young girls escapades and troubles!   

Funny, thought provoking, heart-wrenching...
(feel free to add more adjectives in your own review of this book).

Major question for all who read this book--Who is the Mockingbird?
Are there more than one? 

~Happy Reading

After the book ~ The movie is extraordinary!


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