TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD
Harper Lee’s classic To Kill a Mockingbird is read by millions of school children each year. Presenting a gripping story of prejudice and non-understanding at work in 1930’s Alabama, it remains a rich text for readers of all ages, speaking to peculiarly American iterations of universal human failings. It provides a telling portrait of the Deep South of the United States in the years of the Great Depression, showing parts of the American character that are unfortunate to recall—and even more fortunate to see endure.
By Harper Lee (Arrow Books) - ISBN10 0099549484, ISBN13 9780099549482