To Kill a Mockingbird



To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee, considers the concepts of civil rights and racism in the segregated US south during the 1930s. The narrator is Scout Finch, daughter of lawyer Atticus Finch, who aims to prove the innocence of a black man unjustly accused of a violent crime. Scout also relays the story of Boo Radley, a secretive neighbor who ends up surprising Scout and her brother when they need assistance. Despite grappling with emotional themes, Lee’s work is renowned for its warmth and humor and has earned it a place on the shelves of classic American literature.

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Grade Suggestion: K-9 through 12